National anthem lyrics in kannada |Jana Ganga Mana

Jana Gana Mana(National Anthem)

The Indian national anthem lyrics in Kannada is called “Jana Gana Mana.” It was written by Rabindranath Tagore in Bengali and was adopted as the country’s national anthem on January 24, 1950. 

The anthem’s lyrics celebrate India’s diversity, unity, and the idea of a united nation. It’s played on various occasions, including at the beginning of government and public events. It typically takes around 52 seconds to perform.

Song Details

SongJana Gana Mana
LyricsRabindranath Tagore
MusicRabindranath Tagore
SingerRabindranath Tagore
Adopted yearJanuary 24, 1950

National anthem lyrics in kannada

ಜನಗಣಮನಅಧಿನಾಯಕ ಜಯ ಹೇ
ಭಾರತ ಭಾಗ್ಯ ವಿಧಾತಾ!
ಪಂಜಾಬ ಸಿಂಧು ಗುಜರಾತ ಮರಾಠಾ
ದ್ರಾವಿಡ ಉತ್ಕಲ ಬಂಗ
ವಿಂಧ್ಯ ಹಿಮಾಚಲ ಯಮುನಾ ಗಂಗಾ
ಉಚ್ಛಲ ಜಲಧಿತರಂಗ
ತವ ಶುಭ ನಾಮೇ ಜಾಗೇ,
ತವ ಶುಭ ಆಶಿಷ ಮಾಗೇ,
ಗಾಹೇ ತವ ಜಯಗಾಥಾ.
ಜನಗಣಮಂಗಳದಾಯಕ ಜಯ ಹೇ
ಭಾರತ ಭಾಗ್ಯ ವಿಧಾತಾ!

ಜಯ ಹೇ, ಜಯ ಹೇ, ಜಯ ಹೇ, ಜಯ ಜಯ ಜಯ ಜಯ ಹೇ

National anthem lyrics in English

Jana Gana Mana Adhinaayak Jaya Hey,
Bhaarat Bhaagya Vidhaataa
Panjaab Sindhu Gujarat Maraatha,
Draavid Utkal Banga
Vindhya Himaachal Yamuna Ganga,  Uchchhal Jaladhi Taranga
Tav Shubh Naamey Jaagey,
Tav Shubh Aashish Maange
Gaahey Tav Jayagaathaa
Jana Gana Mangal Daayak,

Jaya Hey Bhaarat Bhaagya Vidhaataa
Jaya Hey, Jaya Hey, Jaya Hey,
Jaya Jaya Jaya, Jaya Hey

Jana Gana Mana in English Translation

Thou art the ruler of the minds of all people,
Dispenser of India’s destiny.
Thy name rouses the hearts of Punjab, Sindhu,
Gujarat and Maratha,
Of the Dravida and Orissa and Bengal;
It echoes in the hills of the Vindhyas and Himalayas,
mingles in the music of Jamuna and Ganges and is
chanted by the waves of the Indian Sea.
They pray for thy blessings and sing thy praise.
The saving of all people waits in thy hand,
Thou dispenser of India’s destiny.

Victory, victory, victory.

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About the Poet

Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) was a renowned Bengali poet, philosopher, artist, playwright, musician, and educator from India. He was the first non-European to win the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913 for his collection of poems, “Gitanjali” (Song Offerings). Tagore’s literary and artistic works significantly influenced both Indian and global literature and culture.

He was a prolific writer in various genres, including poetry, short stories, novels, and essays. Tagore was not only a literary figure but also a social reformer and a philosopher. He emphasized the importance of education, creativity, and a harmonious relationship between humans and nature.

Certainly, Rabindranath Tagore wrote a vast number of poems across his lifetime. Here are a few notable ones:

  • Where the mind is without fear“: This poem is from his collection “Gitanjali” and envisions a world where people are free from fear, narrow-mindedness, and barriers.
  • The Road Not Taken“: This poem reflects on choices and the paths we take in life. It’s not to be confused with Robert Frost’s poem of the same name.
  • The Kabuliwala“: This narrative poem tells the story of the bond between a young Bengali girl and an Afghan peddler in Kolkata.
  • Ekla Chalo Re“: In this inspirational poem, Tagore encourages individuals to walk alone if needed and to have the courage to stand up for their beliefs.
  • Where The Clear Stream Of Reason Has Not Lost Its Way“: Tagore delves into the complexity of truth and knowledge in this reflective piece.
  • Let My Country Awake“: This poem calls for India’s awakening and progress, highlighting the need for spiritual enlightenment.
  • Unending Love“: This short yet impactful poem touches upon the eternal nature of love and its connection to the universe.

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