Nepal’s We Are Hundreds of Flowers
We are hundreds of flowers sounds a bit unusual, and the song itself is not like any national anthem you have ever head. That doesn’t necessarily make it a bad song. It’s nothing like a church melody or something you’d play on the backdrop of a military parade.
It, however, does paint a joyous picture of the country; the sort of music you hear Taxi drivers play out loud in the streets of Kathmandu. It’s the only anthem that requires a Casio keyboard to play and is a stream of happiness and positivity. You might find it a bit unsettling to know that it was produced within the Maoist revolution.