10 Lines on National Song

National Song of India is sung by the people of India to evoke the history of India’s struggle for freedom. National song ‘Vande Mataram’ is the official national song recognized by the government of India which is played and sung on the occasions of national events.

National Song shares the same status as of the national anthem except few official ceremonies. At the time when India gained independence ‘Vande Mataram’ was even more popular than ‘Jan Gana Mana’.

10 Lines on National Song in English

We have provided ten lines on ‘National Song’ in simple and easy words so that you can understand the importance of singing national song. These lines will add up to your knowledge and help you know: what is Indian national song, who wrote national song of India, when Vande Mataram was adopted by the Indian government, etc.

10 Lines on National Song – 1

1) National Song of India, ‘Vande Mataram’ was initially Bengali poem written by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay in 1870.

2) The first two verses of the song were adopted as the National Song of India in October 1937 by Indian National Congress.

3) The song was officially selected as national song of the Republic India on 24th January, 1950.

4) ‘Vande Mataram’ played a major role in ‘Indian Independence Movement’ by mobilizing people against the Britishers.

5) The original Bengali ‘Bande Mataram’ poem was composed by Rabindranath Tagore into a song.

6) ‘Vande Mataram’ was written in both the languages i.e. Sanskrit and Bengali.

7) ‘Vande Mataram’ was first published in novel ‘Anandamath’ a Bengali fiction novel written by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay in 1881.

8) ‘Vande Mataram’ was the symbol of nationalism and helped to channelize the Swadeshi movement against Britishers in 1905.

9) ‘Vande Mataram’ song has also been composed by many prominent musicians like A.R. Rahman, Lata Mangeshkar and Ravi Shankar.

10) ‘Vande Mataram’ not only helps to awaken the sense of patriotism in our hearts but it also pays tribute to our motherland and our great freedom fighters.


 

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10 Lines on National Song – 2

1) Vande Mataram is the national song of India which was first sung by Rabindranath Tagore in the Congress meet in 1896.

2) Bande Mataram (inspired by Bande Mataram) was also the famous news paper started by ‘Aurobindo Ghosh’ in 1905.

3) During Swadeshi Movement in 1910 ‘Vande Mataram’ was shouted as slogan to raise patriotic sentiments of Indian revolutionaries and nationalist leaders.

4) Auorbindo Ghosh the famous nationalist leader termed ‘Bande Mataram’ as ‘Anthem of Bengal’ and created the English version of it with title ‘I bow to thee, Mother’.

5) ‘Vande Mataram’, would always remain a great tribute to the sacrifice of countless martyrs who dedicated their entire life for the freedom of India.

6)  The song also faced some opposition from few communities during independence movement as it was considered as religious song.

7) The song depicts the nation as a powerful goddess which was deemed unsuitable by people from various religious communities.

8) ‘Vande Mataram’ was voted as the second most popular song in the world in a poll conducted by BBC media broadcaster in the year 2002.

9) In July 2017, the Madras High Court ruled that Vande Mataram song should be sung or played in institutes, schools, offices once a week or once a month.

10) The main objective of singing national song on events like Independence Day and Republic Day is to spread the message of freedom, love, harmony and peace.

‘Vande Mataram’, the national song has played a significant role in maintaining a sense of patriotism and nationalism amongst the citizens of India. The national song which is also a symbol of unity for India has been played or sung by famous artists at several national and regional events in order to spread the message of peace and harmony.