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    Patriotic Song (s): Sare Jahan Se Aacha



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    Sare Jahan Se Aacha  

    The poem Saare Jahan Se Achcha was composed by the poet Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal in 1904-1905 while India was under British administration. The poem is sung by Indians on occasions of national importance and in schools as part of morning prayer. After the Indian National Song Jana-Gana-Mana and the Indian National Song Vande Mataram, Sare Jahan Se Achcha enjoys the reputation as the most popular patriotic song in India. The poem epitomises love for the nation and patriotism.

     

    सारे जहाँ से अच्छा, हिन्दोस्तां हमारा
    हम बुलबुले हैं इसकी, वो गुलसितां हमारा

    पर्वत वो सबसे ऊँचा, हमसाया आसमाँ का
    वो संतरी हमारा, वो पासवां हमारा, सारे...

    गोदी में खेलती हैं, जिसकी हज़ारों नदियां
    गुलशन है जिसके दम से, रश्क-ए-जिनां हमारा
    सारे....

    मजहब नहीं सिखाता, आपस में बैर रखना
    हिन्दी हैं हम वतन हैं, हिन्दोस्तां हमारा, सारे...


     

    saare jahaan se achcha hindostaan hamaraa
    hum bul bulain hai is kee, ye gulsitan hamaraa


    parbat vo sabse unchaa hum saaya aasma kaa
    vo santaree hamaraa, vo paasbaan hamaraa

    godee mein khel tee hain is kee hazaaron nadiya
    gulshan hai jinke dum se, rashke janna hamaraa

    mazhab nahee sikhataa apas mein bayr rakhnaa
    hindee hai hum, vatan hai hindostaan hamaraa

     

     

    Translation of the poem in English :

    Better than all the world, is our India
    We are its nightingales and this is our garden

    That mountain most high; neighbor to the skies
    It is our sentinel; it is our protector

    A thousand rivers play in its lap,
    Gardens they sustain, the envy of the heavens is ours

    Faith does not teach us to harbor grudges between us
    We are all Indians and India is our homeland

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