Vande Maatharam Song Lyrics in Kannada

Vande Maatharam Song Lyrics in Kannada

Vande Mataram” is a heavily sanskiritised Bengali poem written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in the 1870s, which he included in his 1882 Bengali novel Anandamath. The poem was first sung by Rabindranath Tagore in 1896.

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Vande Maatharam Song Lyrics
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Vande Maatharam Song Lyrics in English

vande maataram..
vande maataram..

sujalaam sufalaam malayaj sheetalaam
sasyashyaamalaam maataram

shubhrajyotsna pulakit yaaminiim
phulla kusumita drumadal shobhiniim
suhaasinim sumadhura bhaashhinim
sukhadaam varadaam
maataram.. vande maataram

sapta koti kantha kalakala ninaada karaale
nisapta koti bhujaidhruta kharakarvaale
sapta koti kantha kalakala ninaada karaale
nisapta koti bhujaidhruta kharakarvaale
ka bola ka noma eith bole
bahubal dhaariniin namaami taariniim
ripudalavaariniin maataram
vande maataram …

tumi vidyaa tumi dharma, tumi hridi tumi marma
tvan hi praanaah shariire
baahute tumi maa shakti,
hridaye tumi maa bhakti,
tomaarai pratimaa gadi mandire mandire
vande maataram..

tvan hi durgaa dashapraharanadhaarinii
kamalaa kamaladala vihaarinii
vaanii vidyaadaayinii, namaami tvaam
namaami kamalaan amalaan atulaam
sujalaan sufalaan maataram
vande maataram..

shyaamalaan saralaan susmitaan bhuushhitaam
dharaniin bharaniin maataram
vande maataram….


Vande Maatharam Song Lyrics Meaning:

The title ‘Vande Mataram or Bande Mataram’ means “I praise thee, Mother” or “I praise to thee, Mother”.

The term “Mataram (माताराम)” in the first line means the motherland of India or the Bangamata (Mother Bengal) and Bharat Mata (Mother India).

Facts at a Glance:

1. Vande Matram is the national song of India, which was composed of the Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, originally in Sanskrit & Bengali.

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2. He wrote Vande Mataram at Chinsurah, near the river Hooghly (near Mallik Ghat).

3. It is assumed that the concept of Vande Mataram clicked to Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay when he was serving as a government official (a District Collector), around 1876.

4. Jadunath Bhattacharya was asked to set a tune for this poem just after it was written

5. It was adopted on January 24, 1950, by providing it equal status with the national anthem Jana Gana Mana.

6. It is taken from the novel Anand Math published in 1882.

7. It was sung for the first time at the congress session at Calcutta in 1896.

8. It is formed for the proclamation of Mother Land. It played a vital role in the Indian independence movement.

9. The original Vande Mataram comprises of 6 stanzas.

10. It was translated in prose by Shri Aurobindo in Karmayogin on 20 November 1909.

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