Vande Mataram Original Lyrics 2022 Update

The Vande Mataram lyrics first came into existence with Bankim Chandra’s patriotic novel “Anandmath”. Initially, it was a Bengali poem with many original Devanagari words (Sanskrit words), but India‘s Constituent Assembly later adopted “Vande Mataram” as its national song on 24 January 1950. People and Great writers of India translated Vande Mataram full song lyrics into Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and many other languages.

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Vande Mataram meaning

The term “Vande Mataram” or in Bengali “Bande Mataram” means “I praise thee, Mother(Land) ” or “I adore you, mother/Goddess.” India’s national song Vande Mataram was written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee. It’s a six-paragraph long song about the devotion of an Indian towards their motherland.

The National song of India Vande Mataram Original lyrics in Hindi full
The National song of India Vande Mataram Original lyrics in Hindi

The National song of India Vande Mataram Original lyrics in Hindi (Full )

वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम (8)

सुजलाम सुफाम मलयज शीतला
शस्य श्यामलम मातरम वंदे
सुजलाम सुफाम मलयज शीतला
शस्य श्यामलम मातरम वंदे

वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम (8)

शुभ ज्योत्सना पुलकित यामिनी
फुल्ल कुसुमिता ड्रमदल शोभिनी
शुभ ज्योत्सना पुलकित यामिनी
फुल्ल कुसुमिता ड्रमदुल शोभिनी
सुहासिनी सुमाधुर भाषिणी
सुखदम वर्दम मातरम्

वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम (8)

सप्तकोटि कुंठ कल कल निनाद करले
दिसप्तकोटि भुजैरधूत खर करवाले
सप्तकोटि कुंठ कल कल निनाद करले
दिसप्तकोटि भुजैरधूत खर करवाले
अबला केनो मा एतो बाले
बाहुबल धारिणी नमामि तारिणी
रिपुडल वारिणी मातरम्

वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम (8)

तुमि बिद्या तुमि धर्म
तुमि हरिदी तुमि मर्मा
तबं ही प्राण: सोरिरे।
बहुत तुमि मा शक्ति,
होदे तुमी मा भक्ति,
तोमराई प्रतिमा गाइ मंदिरे मंदिरे।

वंदे मातरम, वंदे मातरम (8)

त्वं ही दुर्गा दशप्रहरणधारिणी,
कमला कमलादला विहारिणी
वाणी विद्यादायिनी, नमामि त्वम्:
नमामि कमलम अमलम अतुलम
सुजलम सुफलम मातरम्
श्यामलम सरलम सुष्मितां भूष्टम,
धारिणिम भरनीम मातरम, वंदे मातरम्

वंदे मातरम – (8)

Vande Mataram Original lyrics in Hindi Full The National song of India 2022

The National song of India Vande Mataram Original lyrics in English (Full )

“Vande mataram Vande mataram – (4)

Sujlaam sufaam malyaj sheetlam
Shasya shyamlam mataram vande
Sujlaam sufaam malyaj sheetlam
Shasya shyamlam mataram vande

Vande mataram, vande mataram – (4)

Shubh jyotsana pulkit yaamini
Phulla kusumita drumadal shobhini
Shubh jyotsana pulkit yaamini
Phulla kusumita drumadul shobhini
Suhasini sumadhur bhashini
Sukhdam vardam mataram

Vande mataram, vande mataram – (4)

Saptkoti kunth kal kal ninaad karle
Disaptkoti bhujairdhut khar karwale
Saptkoti kunth kal kal ninaad karle
Disaptkoti bhujairdhut khar karwale
Abala keno maa eto bole
Bahubal dhaarini namaami taarini
Ripudal vaarini mataram

Vande mataram, vande mataram – (4)

Tumi bidya tumi dharma
Tumi hrṛdi tumi marma
Tbaṃ hi pranaḥ sarire.
Bahute tumi ma sakti,
Hṛdaye tumi ma bhakti,
Tomarai pratima gaṛi mandire mandire.

Vande Mataram Vande Mataram” – (4)

Tvam hee durga dashapraharanadharini, kamala kamaladala viharini
Vani vidyadayini, namami tvam
Namami kamalam amalam atulam sujalam suphalam mataram
Shyamalam saralam susmitam bhushhitam, dharinim bharanim mataram, vande mataram

Vande mataram – (4)”

The National song of India Vande Mataram Original lyrics in English Full 2022

The National song of India Bande Mataram Original lyrics in Bengali (Full)

বন্দে মাতরম্ ৷
সুজলাং সুফলাং
মলয়জশীতলাম্
শস্যশ্যামলাং
মাতরম্ !
শুভ্র-জ্যোত্স্না-পুলকিত-যামিনীম্
ফুল্লকুসুমিত-দ্রুমদলশোভিনীম্,
সুহাসিনীং সুমধুরভাষিণীম্
সুখদাং বরদাং মাতরম্ ৷৷
সপ্তকোটীকন্ঠ-কল-কল-নিনাদকরালে,
দ্বিসপ্তকোটীভুজৈধৃতখরকরবালে,
অবলা কেন মা এত বলে!
বহুবলধারিণীং
নমামি তরিণীং
রিপুদলবারিণীং
মাতরম্ ৷
তুমি বিদ্যা তুমি ধর্ম্ম
তুমি হৃদি তুমি মর্ম্ম
ত্বং হি প্রাণাঃ শরীরে ৷
বাহুতে তুমি মা শক্তি,
হৃদয়ে তুমি মা ভক্তি,
তোমারই প্রতিমা গড়ি মন্দিরে মন্দিরে ৷
ত্বং হি দুর্গা দশপ্রহরণধারিণী
কমলা কমল-দলবিহারিণী
বাণী বিদ্যাদায়িণী
নমামি ত্বাং
নমামি কমলাম্
অমলাং অতুলাম্,
মাতরম্
বন্দে মাতরম্
শ্যামলাং সরলাং
সুস্মিতাং ভূষিতাম্
ধরণীং ভরণীম্
মাতরম্ ৷

The National song of India Bande Mataram Original lyrics in Bengali Full
The National song of India Bande Mataram Original lyrics in Bengali (Full)

Vande Mataram Lyrics in English with meaning

“vande mataram
Sujlaam sufaam
malyaj sheetlam
Shasya shyamlam
mataram!

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Vande Mataram Lyrics in English with meaning Paragraph -1

Shubh jyotsana pulkit yaamini
Phulla kusumita drumadal shobhini
Suhasini sumadhur bhashini
Sukhdam vardam mataram

Vande Mataram Original Lyrics 2022 Update
Vande Mataram Lyrics in English with meaning Paragraph -2

Saptkoti kunth kal kal ninaad karle
Disaptkoti bhujairdhut khar karwale
Abala keno ma eto bale!
Bahubal dhaarini
namaami taarini
Ripudal vaarini
Mataram

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Tumi bidya tumi dharma
Tumi hrṛdi tumi marma
Tbaṃ hi pranaḥ sarire.
Bahute tumi ma sakti,
Hṛdaye tumi ma bhakti,
Tomarai pratima gaṛi mandire mandire.

Vande Mataram Lyrics in English with meaning Paragraph -4
Vande Mataram Lyrics in English with meaning Paragraph -4

Tvam hee durga dashapraharanadharini,
kamala kamaladala viharini
Vani vidyadayini,
namami tvam
Namami kamalam
amalam atulam
sujalam suphalam
mataram!”

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Vande Mataram Lyrics in English with meaning Paragraph -5

Vande mataram
Shyamalam saralam
dharinim bharanim
mataram

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Vande Mataram Lyrics in English with meaning Paragraph -6

Who wrote Vande Mataram – The national song of India?

The national song of India, Vande Mataram song lyrics was written and composed by writer, novelist, poet, journalist Sri Bankim Chandra Chatterjee.

What is the difference between the national anthem and national song?

National Song

A national song is completely different from a national anthem. The national song is a government-approved patriotic song or hymn describing the nationalistic mentalities and love for the motherland.

Vande Mataram” is the national song of India written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee.

National Anthem

A national anthem is a song narrating the history and culture of the country. A national anthem is not always patriotic.

Jana Gana Mana Adhinayaka is the National Anthem of India written by Rabindranath Thakur (Tagore)

Vande Matram song was composed in this house in chinsurah
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay house – Vande Mataram Bhawan Chinsurah of Hooghly

Vande Mataram Music on guitar

Who is Bankim Chandra Chatterjee ?

Bankim Chandra Chatterjee is a stalwart of Indian literature whose glory never dims. He was an author, poet, composer, and a man of excellent knowledge. Mr Chatterjee single-handedly brought about a revolution in the Bengali literary scene, spreading throughout India.

He started with poems and then shifted to prose. Bankim Chandra’s novels are of multiple genres allowing him to touch the hearts of everyone. His patriotic creations acted as an excellent tool in inspiring the youth of Bengal towards the freedom movement. The popularity of his slogan Vande Mataram shows his great impact on India’s freedom struggle.

About Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay

Bankim Chandra Chatterjee was born on 27 June 1838 in 24 Pargana district of Bengal. He received his primary education in the Midnapur district and later attended Mohsin College of Hooghly. There he studied for six years, after which he joined the Presidency College in Calcutta in 1856 to get his B.A degree. It was during this time that he started writing. He was also a dedicated government worker for thirty-nine years. He got his job as a deputy collector just out of college. 

He worked relentlessly to revive the Bengali intellectual society through his writings. With this view, he started the monthly magazine Bangadarshan in 1872. Eminent authors of the country greatly appreciate his works, and they have been translated into all the chief languages of India. He died on 8 April 1894, but his greatness still reverbs in the hearts of Indians through his writings.

 Vande Mataram lyric is taken from  Anandamath Novel
Vande Mataram lyric is taken from Anandamath Novel

Bankim Chandra Chatterjee song

India’s national song Vande Mataram original lyrics is written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee. It was initially a poem in “Anandamath Novel”, later adapted into a song.

Bankim Chandra Chatterjee poems

“Mother, Hail!, Vande Mataram lyrics, Mother, I bow to thee!, How hast thou lost, the O month of honey and flowers” are some of the notable poems by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee.

Bankim Chandra Chatterjee books

Bankim Chandra Chatterjee’s famous books are “Kapalkundala, Chandrasekhar, Devi Chaudhurani, Mrinalini, Rajani, Vishbriksha, Anandamath ” etc.

Anandamath Novel

Around this time in the 1870s, Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay composed Bande Mataram in Bengali. He proclaimed motherland India as the mother goddess, and it inspired freedom fighters to fight for the independence of the motherland. He later included Bande Mataram in his book Anandamath. The book was published in 1882.

Ananda Math was built against the famine and monastic revolt in Bengal. After that, ‘Bande Mataram’ became synonymous with India’s freedom struggle. Bande Mataram was the last word of many freedom fighters across the country before the British carried out the execution.

Anandamath novel
Anandamath Novel

Anandamath wrote in which year?

Anandamath (The Abbey of Bliss) Bengali novel was published in 1882. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay wrote it. Two movies were made based on the “Anandamath novel.” A Bengali movie in 1951 and a Hindi movie in 1952.

What is the national song of India?

Vande Mataram is the national song of India. Bankim Chandra Chatterjee writes it.

Why was Vande Mataram written?

It is believed that while working under the government, Bankim Chandra had a profound realisation about the hardships of his countrymen under British rule. It inspired him to write the patriotic song ‘Vande Mataram’ as a token of love and devotion towards his motherland.

Is vande mataram a patriotic song?

Yes, Vande Mataram is a patriotic song, and it talks about the greatness of Motherland India and how her people should serve her with pride and dignity.

Who first said Vande Mataram?

Rabindranath Tagore first sang the song in 1896. The song was first publicly performed and acknowledged in the Congress session of 1896 in Calcutta.

In which novel the national song of India Vande Mataram was first published in 1882?

Vande Mataram song is first published from Anandmath Novel by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay.

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