United Nations/UNESCO observed in 2009 that the sesquicentennial birth anniversary of the poet the first non-European to receive a Nobel Prize in literature would be celebrated world wide. The celebrations were kicked off by UNESCO in Paris in May 2010. The movie documents messages from world leaders and many celebrations around the world and provides a renewed platform for hope and inspiration through greatest songs and poems of the poet amid wars and strife. The documentary is pro bono, non-commercial and is aimed at the students and educational institutions. The concept and creation of one family only without any financial help and took about 3 years to accomplish. Thank you.