Munindra Sagar is a teacher by profession and Harmonica player by passion and also an active social activist, many of you already know about him as your loving Melody Man, who can make anyone smile by playing golden old songs through his mouth organ in Delhi Metro, And on the roads of Delhi or nearby Rajiv Chowk. Some of you know him as your teacher, and some of you know him as the uncle who gives them stationery to study.
He is not only an English teacher or entertaining you by his music on roads but now he is also joining his hands in Prime Minister’s “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” Campaign.
Originally from Haridwar, Muninder Sagar has been playing mouth organ since his childhood as his first love. He played Harmonica as his hobby and found himself happy in entertaining people. He doesn’t play or entertain you for money, but he always wants and appreciates genuine praise and applause. Many people offers him money while entertaining them by playing old songs from his mouth organ, he always spend that money over poor children for their study and stationery.
At the age of 58, he is encouraging many people and especially youngsters and becoming ideal for them. His way of playing music and prompting the cause with this unique music style, holds the people for a while and control their emotions. It has huge potential to educate people quickly about this movement.
Munindar said ” This is the reason and objective of my life to entertain people and I will do the same thing at the end of my life and want to promote this social cause “Beti Bachao Beti Paadao movement. Now he is thinking to start his own campaign about Beti Bachao Beti Padao movement from a small village of Haryana or Rajasthan to educate and encourage people throughout India.
We appeal to everyone, let’s just connect together and help India by participating in any of the social campaign in whichever you feel happy, like you can also help Munindar Sagar by donating or participating with him to promote this ” Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” campaign.
Enjoy the video of a minute of Munindra Sagar’s Mouth Organ music.