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Patriotic Songs-A national anthem is a generally patriotic musical composition that evokes and eulogizes the history, traditions and struggles of its people, recognized either by a nation's government as the official national song, or by convention through use by the people.
national song, or by convention through use by the people.
Patriotic songs of India What are they ? Music Hindi National Bollywood Free Download Lyrics Mp3
Patriotic Songs
      Nothing binds India as well as music does. As we revel in the spirit of nationalism on India’s 66th Independence Day, it is interesting to revisit those songs that instill patriotism amongst us. Songs that epitomise a bygone era, the struggle, the valour, the sacrifice — songs that enthralled countrymen to rise up against any threat to Mother India.
Patriotism and Indian music have been blended together in countless melodies, in different moods and situations especially in cinema. And they do reinvigorate that pure feeling of belonging and nationalism every time you listen to them.
      “If I had to recall one particular song that actually gives me goosebumps and makes me feel very patriotic, it would be the Vande Mataram rendition from the film Anandmath (1953), sung beautifully by Lata Mangeshkar,” says Shovana Narayan, Kathak exponent.
The song boasts of original lyrics, penned by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay. It remains one of the best tunes conveying the feelings of every Indian towards his motherland. Even the most recent rendition of the song by music maestro A.R. Rahman, released in 1997 at the confluence of India’s 50th Independence Day, is also equally popular.
      In 1964, Haqeeqat, a war film directed by Chetan Anand had a beautiful song,Kar chale hum Fida, Jaano Tan Saathiyon, sung by Mohammed Rafi, that garnered huge popularity. “I just love the lyrics of this song. It is a landmark song that every Indian must listen to and be proud of. I would also add Ae mere watan ke logon to my list of favourite patriotic songs,” says singer and Indian Idol 1 winner, Abhijit Sawant. Ae mere watan ke logon was written by Kavi Pradeep in commemoration of the Indian soldiers, who died during the Sino-Indian war. It is said that when Lata Mangeshkar performed this song live in front of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, he was moved to tears.
      “I really love the song Dil diya hain jaan bhi denge from the film Karma (1986). Every time I listen to this song, I wish I had been a part of the Indian army,” adds Amaan Ali Bangash, sarod player.
Moving closer to our times, who can forget the soulful song sung by Hariharan for the film Roja (1992), Bharat humko jaan se pyara hain? “For me, the song brings warmth and patriotic fervour. It starts on a soft tone and moves on to a powerful crescendo. The lyrics are outstanding,” says singer Shaan.
Amongst the recent numbers, Chak De! India’s title track became a massive hit. “The song I can associate with this special day is Chak De India.Somehow, the song evokes a patriotic feeling in me that no other song does. Also, it was released in a year when I was doing well in my career and every time, I listened to the song, it boosted my morale.” Gaganjeet Bhullar, professional golfer.
Patriotic songs of India What are they ? Music Hindi National Bollywood Free Download Lyrics
Patriotic songs of India 
Patriotic Songs:-
1. "Insaf ki dagar pe, bachchon dikhao chalke; Yeh desh hai tumhaara, neta tumhi ho kal ke..."
Movie: 'Ganga Jamuna' (1961)
Music Director: Naushad
Singer: Hemant Kumar
Lyricist: Shakeel Badayuni
This school song from the 1961 film, 'Ganga Jamuna', represents the newfound optimism of Independent India. It is an ode to the new age citizen, and pays tribute to the leaders of India's independence struggle.
The film featured Dilip Kumar and brother Nazir Khan in the lead; they played bothers who are at war with each other. 'Ganga Jamuna' is considered a reference movie by cineastes, to this day.
2. "De Di Hume azadi, bina khadig bina dhhal, Saabarmati ke Sant tu ne kar diyaa kamaal"
Movie: 'Jaagruti' (1954)
Music: Hemant Kumar
Lyrics: Pradeep
Singer: Asha Bhonsle
This is a Mahatma Gandhi paean, written right on the dawn of Independence. The good old day, when Gandhism had not completely been claimed by history, and the villain of the Indian bedtime tale was still the "Firangi"!
3. 'Aye Watan, aye watan... hum ko teri kasam, Teri rahon mein jaan tak luta jayenge..!'
Movie: 'Shaheed' (1965)
Music Director: Prem Dhawan
Singer: Mohammed Rafi
This is the first of the Bhagat Singh biopics to hit the Indian screen. Manoj Kumar does a brilliant job in the lead. There are two other songs in this movie ('Sarfaroshi ki tamanna' and 'Mera Rang De Basanti chola'), which have captured the Indian mind as has this song. The life of Bhagat Singh has been the subject of many more Bollywood movies, but none of them could hold a candle to this 1965 classic.
4. 'Aye mere pyare watan, aye mere bichchde chaman,Tujhpe dil qurban!'
Movie: 'Kabuliwala' (1961)
Music Director: Salil Chowdhury
Lyrics: Gulzar
Singer: Manna Dey
This is one of the most heart-rending songs about the motherland. Brilliantly composed by Salil Chaudhury, this song was written and composed on the eve of the Indo-China war of 1962. Manna Dey has imparted a whisper-like quality to this song.
5. 'Aye Preet jahan ki reet sada, main geet wahan ke gaata hoon, Bharat ka rehne wala hoon, Bharat ki baat sunaata hoon..!'
Movie: Purab Aur Pachhim (1970)
Lyricists: Indeevar
Music Director: Kalyanji-Anandji
Singer: Mahendra Kapoor
This Manoj Kumar classic deals with the East-West divide, and asserts that it was the East that helped West to achieve greatness ('Jab zero diya mere Bharat ne, Duniya ko ginti tab aayi'). Manoj Kumar's Bharat is asked to sing during his US sojourn; he happily grabs the mike and sings this one.
6. 'Dulhan chali, teen rang ki doli...'
Movie : Purab Aur Pachhim (1970)
Lyricist: Indeevar
Music Director: Kalyanji-Anandji
Singer: Mahendra Kapoor
Again from 'P &P'. This time, Manoj Kumar addresses the nation not as the mother but as a bride. Conceived as a 'vidaai' song, this one talks about the leaders as the dulhan's relatives!
7. 'Apni azadi ko hum hargiz mita sakte nahin, Sar kata sakte hain lekin sar jhuka sakte nahin'
Movie: Leader (1965)
Music: Naushad
Lyrics: Shakil Badayuni
Singer: Rafi Lata Mangeshkar
The aggressiveness in the lyrics could be attributed to the fact that this song was written right after the Chinese Invasion, and on the threshold of the second Indo-Pak war. It is almost a slogan, and stresses the need to defend the motherland from all 'evil forces'.
8. 'Kar chale hum fida jaan-o-tan saathiyon, Ab tumhare hawale watan saathiyon!'
Movie: Haqeekat (1965)
Lyricist: Kaifi Azmi
Music Director: Madan Mohan
Singer: Mohammed Rafi
'Haqeekat' is considered India's first real attempt at a war movie. Produced and directed by Chetan Anand, this film has the Sino-Indian war as its backdrop. The song is picturised on Dharmendra and Priya Rajvansh. It is a soldier's song to the homebound comrade.
9. 'Yeh jo desh hai tera, swadesh hai tera'
Movie: Swades
Music: AR Rahman
Lyrics: Javed Akhtar
Singer - AR Rahman
This is the only new age song to have found a place on this list. ARR has done some wonderful non-movie compositions with freedom and patriotism as the theme ('Vande Mataram'). This 'Swades' song represents the craving one has for his motherland. It is actually a lament dressed as melody.
10. Special Mention: 'Jine Naaz hai hind par who kahan hai...!'
Movie: Pyaasa (1957)
Lyricist: Sahir Ludhianvi
Music: SD Burman
Singer: Mohammed Rafi
This is one song that would never be featured on any 'Top 10 patriotic songs' list. This is because of the norm that patriotism is all about hailing and garlanding the motherland. Ten years after India got Independence from the British, Guru Dutt came up with 'Pyaasa', which told of the dark forces that lurk behind the various facades of Independent India. 'Jinhe Naaz hai hind par..' is an open challenge to daylight patriots to dare delve into the real issues facing India. Half a decade after the song was penned by Sahir Ludhianvi, the context remains the same. Take off your hats, for here is a timeless gem from Guru Dutt.
Patriotic Songs of India:-
 A patriotic song is a song that demonstrates love for one's country. It may be an official National Anthem, National Song or may not be. It is often sung on national holidays. Common themes include love of country, or have themes that glorify self-sacrifice; others focus on a land's beauty, history, or ideals.
Patriotic Songs of INDIA:-
Patriotic Songs
National Anthem of India
Patriotic Songs
National Song of India
Sare Jahan Se Aacha
Insaaf Ki Dagar
Ai Mere Pyare Vatan
Ai Mere Vatan ke Logo
Ai Vatan Ai Vatan Humko
Bharat Humko Jaan se
De Di Humme Azadi
Aao Baachon Tumhe Dekhaye

  • The Mughal Empire, ruled most of the Indian Subcontinent between 1526 and 1857, was founded by the Babur in 1526, when he defeated Ibrahim Lodi, the last of the Delhi Sultans at the First Battle of Panipat.
  • Arrived in 1608, The British first established a territorial foothold in the Indian subcontinent when Company-funded soldiers commanded by Robert Clive defeated the Nawab of Bengal - Siraj Ud Daulah at the Battle of Plassey in 1757.
  • The initial Indian Rebellion of 1857 was sparked when soldiers serving in the British East India Company's British Army mutinied and Indian kingdoms rebelled against the British.
  • The British had direct or indirect control over all of present-day India by the early 19th century.
  • The Quit India Movement (Bharat Chhodo Andolan) or the August Movement was a civil disobedience movement in India launched in August 1942 in response to Gandhi's call for immediate independence of India.
  • On 3 June 1947, Viscount Lord Mountbatten, the last British Governor-General of India, announced the partitioning of the British Indian Empire into a India and a Pakistan. On 14 August 1947, Pakistan was declared a separate nation. At midnight, on 15 August 1947, India became an independent nation.



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