German singer Cassandra Mae Spittmann enthralled the internet with her poignant performance of the devotional song “Ram Aayenge,” paying touching homage to the forthcoming consecration ceremony of Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir. The widely praised viral video highlights Spittmann’s remarkable pronunciation of Hindi and highlights the cultural connection between Germany and India.
“Amazing,” “beautiful,” and expressions of admiration for the seamless cultural connection have all been expressed in response to her rendition, which is distinguished by a perfect Hindi accent and emotive modulation.
Since it was posted on January 18, the post has received a lot of attention, with almost two lakh views and almost 10,000 likes. A number of social media users have praised Spittmann’s skill and the clear harmony between Germany and India that she demonstrated in her moving performance.
One of the user wrote, “German Singer Cassandra Mae Spittmann sings ‘Ram Aayenge’ so beautifully. By God,this German have better pronounciation than one Italian born living in India for years..”
Another wrote, “Video of German Singer Cassandra Mae Spittmann singing ‘Ram Aayenge’ has gone viral. Whole world is uniting together to celebrate the auspicious day of 22nd January, except the politicians of INDI Alliance.”
PM Modi, during ‘Mann ki Baat’ mentioned about German singer Cassandra Mae Spittmann who had never been to India.
Spittmann became well-known in India for her mesmerizing performances of devotional and other Tamil songs. ‘Jagat Jaana Palam,’ a Sanskrit sloka devoted to Lord Vishnu, and a Kannada song were among the two songs that PM Modi performed live. Spittmann is a sensation in India, Thanks to her talent in multiple Indian languages, including Bengali, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Urdu, and Assamese.