This Is All You Need To Know About The National Song Vande Mataram
Vande Mataran is the National song written by Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay. The song is sung on every National festival on the occasion of Republic Day and Independence Day. By listening to which the heart of every Indian becomes fill with the feeling of patriotism. If you read about Vande Mataram, this song was written only to awaken the spirit of country and love in the hearts of the people. This was sung for the purpose in freedom struggle and is being done so far.
The song was composed by Bankimchandra, when British rulers made God Save the Queen song compulsory in government ceremonies. Hurting the British order, government official Bankimchandra wrote Vande Matram song with a mix of Sanskrit and Bengali. Originally, the song was composed of two passages- Sujlaan Sufalan Malayaj Shitalam, Shasya Shyamalam Mataram. This song was later written full of Anandthatha novel. Which was originally in Bengali.
The song written by Bankimchandra soon became popular in the country. At that time, this song was sung in the struggle of freedom in the country with enthusiasm. Not only that, Gurudev Ravindranath Tagore has taken this song. And in the Congress session, Mr. Charandas recollected this song.
This song was popular in the freedom's struggle. But when the matter of selection of the national anthem was picked up, then the Jana-Gan-Mann of Gurudev was selected. Because Vande Matram was disputed after two posts, due to this, the deciding groups of the time had declared the first two phrases of Vande Matram as the national anthem.
After declaring Vande Matram as the nation song by the decisive giants of that time. After the country's first President, Rajendra Prasad, after obtaining independence, read the statement regarding Vande Mataram's adoption of the national anthem on January 26, 1950 in the Constituent Assembly. He had said in the statement that the composition of words and music that is related to Jan-Gan-Man, is the national anthem of India, such topics of change, the government should authorize the opportunity, and Vande Mataram, who gave the Indian freedom struggle I played a historical role in To get the honor and rank equivalent to Jana-Gan-Mana.