Description: Vande Mataram-original songMy obeisance to Mother India!With flowing beneficial watersFilled with choicest fruitsWith Sandal scented windsGreen with the harvestO mother! My obeisance to you!Ecstatic moonlit nightsThe plants blooming with flowersSweet speaker of sweet languagesFount of blessings,Mother, I salute you!Mother, I bow to thee!Rich with thy hurrying streams,bright with orchard gleams,Cool with thy winds of delight,Dark fields waving Mother of might,Mother free.Glory of moonlight dreams,Over thy branches and lordly streams,Clad in thy blossoming trees,Mother, giver of easeLaughing low and sweet!Mother I kiss thy feet,Speaker sweet and low!Mother, to thee I bow.Who hath said thou art weak in thy landsWhen the sword flesh out in the seventy million handsAnd seventy million voices roarThy dreadful name from shore to shore?With many strengths who art mighty and stored,To thee I call Mother and Lord!Though who savest, arise and save!To her I cry who ever her foeman droveBack from plain and SeaAnd shook herself free.Thou art wisdom, thou art law,Thou art heart, our soul, our breathThough art love divine, the aweIn our hearts that conquers death.Thine the strength that nervs the arm,Thine the beauty, thine the charm.Every image made divineIn our temples is but thine.Thou art Durga, Lady and Queen,With her hands that strike and herswords of sheen,Thou art Lakshmi lotus-throned,And the Muse a hundred-toned,Pure and perfect without peer,Mother lend thine ear,Rich with thy hurrying streams,Bright with thy orchard gleems,Dark of hue O candid-fairIn thy soul, with jewelled hairAnd thy glorious smile divine,Lovilest of all earthly lands,Showering wealth from well-stored hands!Mother, mother mine!Mother sweet, I bow to thee,Mother great and free!
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Original Vande Mataram by Shri Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyayji from his novel Anandamatha. Please respect the poet by singing the original full version instead of the more popular shorter version of Vande Mataram.
Vande Mataram from Bankim Chandra Chattopadyaya's "Anand Mutt" remains the classic Indian national song. This particular song was sung by Hemant Kumar Mukhopadyaya who was also the Music Director. "Vande Mataram" was the Mantra, reciting which numerous Indians from Punjab to Tamilnaad braved death and fought the British occupation. Composed in simple Sanskrit, this is a national song of India and any day most nationalist Indians rate this song above "Jana Gana Mana", a song penned by Tagore welcoming King George as "Bharata Bhagya Vidhaata-Arbitrator of India's Destiny". The Islamist veto and the nehruvian appeasement of islamism prevented "Vande Matharam" from becoming the National Anthem of India. And in a remarkable parody of history, we have a song welcoming a foreign dignitary, as the national anthem. nehru as the first prime minister of India did enormous damage to the soul of India. nehru's foot prints can be seen in most of India's social, economic, defence and foreign affairs problems. One can not help noticing the superiority of this composition of "Vande Mataram", the complete one to the subsequent compositions which in comparison appear trite. Later compositions on account of composer's poor knowledge of Sanskrit and Indian culture could never reproduce the spirit and magic of Bankim's immortal work.
Vande Mataram from Bankim Chandra Chattopadyaya's "Anand Mutt" remains the classic Indian national song. This song was sung by Lata Mangeshkar and the Music Director was Hemant Kumar Mukhopadyaya. "Vande Mataram" was the Mantra, reciting which numerous Indians from Punjab to Tamilnaad braved death and fought the British occupation. Composed in simple Sanskrit, this is a national song of India and any day most nationalist Indians rate this song above "Jana Gana Mana", a song penned by Tagore welcoming King George as "Bharata Bhagya Vidhaata-Arbitrator of India's Destiny". The Islamist veto and the nehruvian appeasement of islamism prevented "Vande Matharam" from becoming the National Anthem of India. And in a remarkable parody of History, Indians have a song, sung first welcoming a foreign dignitary, as the national anthem. nehru as the first prime minister of India did enormous damage to the soul of India. nehru's foot prints can be seen in most of India's social, economic, defence and foreign affairs problems. One can not help noticing the superiority of this composition of "Vande Mataram", the complete one to the subsequent compositions which in comparison appear trite. Later compositions on account of composer's poor knowledge of Sanskrit and Indian culture could never reproduce the spirit and magic of Bankim's immortal work. (Unlike the version here most other versions in internet make travesty of Bankim's song by truncating the lyrics)
Like US On Facebook: www.facebook.com Veecon Music and Entertainment Presents "VANDE MATARAM" and Digital Partner UNISYS Watch And Proud To Be An INDIAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The National song of India -"Vande Mataram" is one of the most potent expressions of our Nationalistic spirit. Here our beloved India becomes the mother and the song becomes a tribute to this great country. Legendary artists of our times come together to perform this new version Music: Bickram Ghosh Artistes: Sonu Nigam-Vocals Shankar Mahadevan-Vocals Shaan-Vocals Roop Kumar Rathod-Vocals Sunidhi Chauhan-Vocals Rashid Khan-Vocals Ajoy Chakraborty-Vocals Mahalakshmi Iyer-Vocals Kaushiki Desikan-Vocals Shubha Mudgal-Vocals Manoj Tiwari-Vocals Indian Ocean-Vocals Palash Sen ( Euphoria)-Vocals Amaan Ali Khan -Sarod Kamal Sabri-Sarangi Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt -Mohanveena Niladri Kumar-Zitar Ganesh and Kumaresh-Violins Pandit Ronu Majumdar-Flute Rajhesh Vaidhya -Veena Bickram Ghosh -Tabla, Kanjeera, Percussions
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Vande Mataram (Bengali script Vande Mātaram "I bow to thee, Mother") is a poem from the famed novel Anandamath which was written by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay in 1882. It was written in Bengali and Sanskrit. It is a hymn to Goddess Durga, identified as the national personification of India. It played a vital role in the Indian independence movement, first sung in a political context by Rabindranath Tagore at the 1896 session of the Indian National Congress.In 1950 (after India's independence), the song's first two verses were given the official status of the "national song" of the Republic of India, distinct from the national anthem of India Jana Gana Mana.Composition Bankim Chandra Chatterjee was one of the earliest graduates of the newly-established Calcutta University. After his BA, he joined the British Indian government as a civil servant, becoming a District Magistrate and later a District Collector. Chatterjee was very interested in recent events in Indian and Bengali history, particularly the Revolt of 1857 and the previous century's Sannyasi Rebellion. Around the same time, the administration was trying to promote God Save the Queen as the anthem for Indian subjects, which Indian nationalists disliked. It is generally believed that the concept of Vande Mataram came to Bankim Chandra Chatterjee when he was still a government official, around 1876. Chatterjee wrote the poem in a spontaneous session using words from Sanskrit and Bengali. The poem was ...
An ode to the unsung revolutionaries of the Indian freedom movement on the occasion of the 66th Independence day. Indian Independence movement is studded with contribution of many sparkling individuals who laid down their lives for the cause of their homeland. This video is our homage to a few of them who remain just footnotes in history but deserve a lot more. VANDE MATARAM 1) MANGAL PANDEY (1827-1857): The "Original Rebel"! The man who started it all, the first revolutionary credited with igniting the fire that led to the First Indian War of Independence in 1857. 2) TANTIA TOPE (1814-1859): The Great Maratha Leader who forced the mighty General Windham to retreat from Kanpur in 1857. He resisted the British for one full year before being betrayed by his trusted friend, Man Singh, and was martyred on 18th April 1859. 3) RANI LAKSHMI BAI (1835-1858) The fearless Woman Warrior who rode into battle with her son tied to her back and became the symbol of the First Indian War of Independence. 4) NANA SAHIB (1824-1857) The rebel Peshwa leader who played a major role in two major massacres of British troops and civilians. 5) BIRSA MUNDA (1875-1900) The earliest tribal leader behind the Millenarian movement that rose in the tribal belt of modern day Bihar and Jharkhand. He was revered as a folk hero and a man of GOD. 6) MADAN LAL DHINGRA (1883-1909) A revolutionary freedom fighter who assassinated Sir William Hutt Curzon Wyllie in England, in what is hailed as one of the first ...
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This is full version of vande matram classical song
AR Rahman popular version of Vande Mataram (Maa Tujhe Salaam).. In 2002, a poll conducted by 'BBC World Service' ranked this song as the second most famous songs of all time.. (Source: Wiki) NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING. I made this video just so I could be a part of August 15, 2010.. 63 years of Independent India. A salute to all the Freedom Fighters, especially Mahatma Gandhi! "Be the change you want to see in the world!" ~ Gandhi The essence of the lyrics was kinda lost in translation.. So I've included the original lyrics too. Enjoy!
Vande Mataram I love My India Proud to be Indian www.proud2bindian.in Proud to be an Indian Maa Tujhe Salaam Indian patriotic Song Mera Bharat Mahan Meri Jaan Tiranga Meri Jaan Hindustan - Jai Hind , Jai Bharat !
Vande Mataram In original and Full Lenth of 22 line composition in Desh raag ,sung by Shri Ramesh Chandra ji at Jodhpur 8th July 2002
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