Independence Day: Know difference between National Anthem and National Song
Independence Day: Know difference between National Anthem and National Song

August 15, is very important for every Indian. Every Countryman celebrate the festival of independence. Discussions also take place about the national anthem and the national song, often People unable to find the difference between the national anthem and the national song. Today we will tell you the difference between our National Anthem,(Jan-Gana-Mana ) or National Song, (Vande Mataram).

What is the difference between the National Song and National Anthem:

National Anthem

Rabindranath Tagore is the author of the national anthem. The first national anthem, Jan-Gana-Mana, was sung in the year 1911.'It was adopted as the National Anthem by the Constituent Assembly on 24 January 1950' for almost three and a half years after India's independence. You must be familiar with the fact that Jan-Gana-mana speaks of India's history, civilization, culture and its people. The national anthem has been given constitutional status. There are many rules about singing and playing the national anthem. If these rules are not followed, there is a provision of jail and fine. The national anthem should end between 49 and 52 seconds.

National song

Our national song is Vande Mataram. Vande Mataram was written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee. The poem written in Bengali language novel Anandamath later emerged as Vande Mataram. It was first sung by Rabindranath Tagore. It was first sung at the Calcutta Session of Congress in the year 1896. It was also given the status of the National Song on 24 January 1950, like the national anthem. Like the national anthem, there is no rule and law regarding Vande Mataram. It can be sung anywhere, anytime.

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