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Dibrugarh doctor played Indian National Anthem in piano in world’s fifth tallest building Lotte World Tower

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Guwahati, June 11: Dibrugarh renowned dental surgeon Dr Subhodeep Paul has played the Indian National anthem on piano in the world’s fifth tallest building Lotte World Tower in South Korea.

His video of playing the Indian National Anthem on piano has gone viral.

Lotte World Tower has a piano on the 123rd floor 555 meters. This is the world’s 5th tallest building and the highest point when a SAMICK grand piano is there, which happens to be one of the finest pianos.

On request by his fellow colleagues and other Indians, Dr Subhodeep Paul played the piano on the 123rd floor of Lotte tower. He played the National Anthem and everyone at the observatory area applauded him.

Burj Khalifa has a piano on the 100th floor, Shanghai Tower has a piano on the 53rd floor. Warisan Merdeka Tower, Goldin Finance Towers has no piano as per records on their upper floors.


Dr.Subhodeep Paul hails from Dibrugarh, Assam is a senior dental surgeon of a practice of around 28 years. He is one of the promising Implantologist of Eastern India who has been to Korea under invitation, as a “Key Opinion Leader” of one of the largest manufacturers of Asia.

Paul also played piano at Sentosa Island, Singapore in October last year in a public place.

Jana Gana Mana is played at the highest point of any building for the first time by an Assamese, which itself is a significant and proud event for all of us.

Read: Congress Candidate from Assam Karimganj to approach Gauhati High Court, over number of polled votes


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