The national pledge (India Is My Country pledge) is an oath to the Indian people. It starts with “All Indians are my brothers and sisters “…it means that everybody should be treated with benevolence. Every citizen sees the country as a family and contributes towards its betterment to its total capacity.
The poem’s lyrics remind the responsibility towards the nation. The National Pledge is a symbol of Indian unity and fraternity. The moral and cultural values are depicted via this pledge. Many schools perform it, especially on Independence Day (15 August) and republic day (26 January).
Table of Contents
- Indian National Pledge in English
- Indian National Pledge in Hindi
- Origin of Indian National Pledge Oath
- National Pledge of India Usage
- About Pydimarri Venkata Subba Rao
- Why do we say the pledge in India?
- The preamble to the Indian Constitution
Indian National Pledge in English
“India is my country and all Indians are my brothers and sisters.
I love my country and I am proud of its rich and varied heritage.
I shall always strive to be worthy of it.
I shall give my parents, teachers, and all elders respect and treat everyone with courtesy.
To my country and my people, I pledge my devotion. In their well-being and prosperity alone, lies my happiness.”
Indian National Pledge in Hindi
“भारत मेरा देश है।
सब भारतवासी मेरे भाई-बहन है।
मैं अपने देश से प्रेम करता/करती हूं।
इसकी समृद्ध एवं विविध संस्कृति पर मुझे गर्व है।
मैं सदा इसका सुयोग्य अधिकारी बनने का प्रयत्न करता रहूँगा/करती रहूँगी।
मैं अपने माता-पिता, शिक्षको एवं गुरुजनो का सम्मान करूँगा/करूँगी और प्रत्येक के साथ विनीत रहूँगा/रहूँगी।
मैं अपने देश और देशवाशियों के प्रति सत्यनिष्ठा की प्रतिज्ञा करता/करती हूँ।
इनके कल्याण एवं समृद्धि में ही मेरा सुख निहित है।”
Who wrote pledge India is my country?
India is my country pledge written by famous Indian writer About Pydimarri Venkata Subba Rao in 1962.
Origin of Indian National Pledge Oath
Pydimarri Venkata Subba Rao wrote the National pledge of India in 1962. First, it’s in Telugu and later translated into other regional languages like English, Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada etc. In 1963, India Is My Country Pledge poem was first recited at a school in Visakhapatnam.
- Meaning of National Pledge of India in English – A Promise or an oath of devotion to the Republic of India.
- Meaning of Pledge of India in Hindi – Bharat kee Raashtreey Pratigya – भारत की राष्ट्रीय प्रतिज्ञा
National Pledge of India Usage
The National Oath of India is an oath of commitment to the Republic of India. Indians usually recite the Indian national pledge. During public events, daily assemblies in schools, and celebrations of national events like Independence Day and Republic Day.
Now pledge of India has translated over 50 other regional languages of India. We usually see the National Pledge printed on the front page of the school’s textbooks.
About Pydimarri Venkata Subba Rao
Pydimarri Venkata Subba Rao was born in Nalgonda District, Anneparthy village, Telangana. Venkata Subba Rao had mastered languages like English, Sanskrit, Telugu and Arabic, and he was a polyglot and a writer too.
Many Telugu books were written by him, with the most popular being Kalabhairavudu. Pydimarri is more famously remembered for his composition of India Is My Country Pledge (national pledge). Born on 10 June 1916, Venkata Rao breathed his last in 1988.
Why do we say the pledge in India?
Indian National Pledge prayer is a commitment oath for the Indian Republic. The pledge is recited at various public events and school assemblies, especially during Republic and Independence day in India, and it helps instil a deep nationalistic among Indian citizens.
The preamble to the Indian Constitution
We, the people of India, are determined to build India into a sovereign socialist, secular democratic republic and to secure it for all its citizens:
- Justice, social, economic, and political;
- Freedom of thought, expression, belief, belief, and worship;
- Equality of status and opportunity; And preach to all of them
- Brotherhood ensures the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the nation.