This Is The Only Desi Version Of The 'Game Of Thrones' Theme Song You Need To Listen To

20/05/2016 5:32 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:26 AM IST

By now you have heard all the possible versions of 'Game Of Thrones' title music. The Coldplay version, the one played on the violin, the Metal version, the Cello cover, the one played by the Queen's guards and the one sung by a dog. There were several desi versions of it too-- the last one was played by Karan Chitra Deshmukh, a Mumbai-based percussionist, on multiple tablas that had been tuned to different notes.

WATCH: 'Game Of Thrones' Theme Sounds Ethereal On Tablas

But with the theme song like that, the covers don't end. Does it?

Recently, Mahesh Raghvan, a music composer made an Indian classical cover of the iconic 'Game Of Thrones' theme song. In four days it has been shared by nearly 16,000 people on Facebook.

Raghvan doesn't play an Indian instrument to make the music desi, he instead chose his iPad.

Watch it till the end to get a glimpse of Jon Snow, or rather Jonachandra Snownaswami.

Watch the video here:

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