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Lulu Hypermarket dedicates special song on sultanate’s 48th National Day

Lulu Hypermarket dedicates particular song on sultanate’s 48th National Day

The particular song is a humble tribute and an expression of adore and gratitude to the nation, its fantastic leader His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, and the folks of the nation.

The song titled ‘Qaboos the Symbol of Dignity’ is composed and sung by Aiman al Nasser. Mattar al Braiki has penned the lyrics for the song and Sudheer Konderi is the director of the album. The launch of the song and a reside efficiency by Nasser was also held on November 17 at Oman Avenues Mall. The song’s lyrics and tune capture the genuine essence of patriotism and adore for the country’s fantastic leader in a distinctive style. The song also speaks about the unrivalled peace and safety in the nation, its history and its glory. It also describes the way how the citizens defend their beloved land with a smile on their faces.

Ananth A V, director of Lulu Hypermarkets Oman, India and Sri Lanka, stated, “We decided to come up with the idea to dedicate a special song to the nation as we wanted to create something different to celebrate the 48th National Day. As Oman steps into its 49th year, we have every reason to celebrate the peace and security that we have been experiencing all these years.”

Shabeer K A, regional director – Lulu Hypermarket Oman, stated, “We are indeed happy to have launched this song, which portrays His Majesty the Sultan as a symbol of dignity. The vision of His Majesty the Sultan has indeed transformed Oman into a nation of peace and prosperity. We dedicate this song to the entire nation and our beloved leader who has taken every effort to transform this great nation into what it is today. We look forward to reaching greater heights under the able guidance of His Majesty the Sultan.”

All Lulu branches donned a festive appear to mark the particular day in outstanding techniques. To listen to the song, pay a visit to

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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