The minister said that efforts will be made for strengthening the people-to-people relationship between SAARC countries.
"It is not only one or two, it would be better if we present seven items in SAARC Summit. We are thinking that it could at least offer the flavour of seven countries to the participants. We are thinking to prepare this kind of cultural item. It may be a song or dance or other item. So, we have to make this kind of concept," Pandey said.
Various artists like Sapan Ghimire, Kaka Rai, Meena Singh and Kala Rai have given their voices in the song.
The languages of all the eight SAARC nations, Nepal, India, Maldives, Srilanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Afghanistan and Pakistan have been used in the proposed SAARC anthem.