The National Song of India | Wall Frame
The National Song of India Frame - a Wall Frame for your home or office to proudly display the song ‘Vande Mataram’ which had played a historic part in the struggle for Indian freedom’!
- The National Song of India | Frame Frame is a framed wall art professionally printed with sharp, vivid designs that frame the preamble.
- The National Song of India - Rashtra Geet | Wall Frame is Printed on Constitution Paper (Original) - that was used to print the original constitution, sourced from the Handmade Paper Institute in Pune that was setup by K B Joshi in 1940, with the blessings of Mahatma Gandhi
- Elegant Frame that complements the legal work of art!
- Brass chain at the back to hang the framed print on the wall and to make sure it stays on the wall for years to come
Vande Mataram, originally pronounced as ‘Bande Mataram’, was a slogan and a song that inspired Indians to seek independence from British colonial rule.
It was a Sanskrit poem written by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in the 1870s, which he included in his Bengali novel Anandamath in 1882. The root of the Sanskrit word Vande is Vand, which appears in Rigveda which means “to praise, celebrate, laud, salute respectfully” and the word “Mataram” has Indo-European roots in Matar- (Sanskrit), méter (Greek), mâter (Latin) which mean “mother”. The Vande Mataram song first appeared in a magazine called Bangadarshan in 1875 and became public 10 years before the birth of the Indian National Congress that led the fight for freedom against British rule in India. The first rendition of the song at a Congress session was by Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, who also composed the tune, in 1896. Tagore - the poet who holds the distinction of composing the national anthems of two countries, India and Bangladesh - recorded the song in his own voice in 1904.
A year later, the Vande Mataram song captured the imagination of freedom fighters of all hues when the British announced partition of Bengal. Vande Mataram and rakhi-tying emerged as symbols of national unity. The Indian National Congress adopted Vande Mataram as the national song - Rashtra Geet in 1937.
It has an equal status with Jana-gana-man.
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