There are many interesting facts about our national anthem, who knows what is written, how long it is sung and what is the significance of it.
Rabindranath Tagore wrote a poem in 1911, which was in 5 terms.
The first verse of this poem has been taken in the national anthem.
The song was translated into Hindi and Urdu by Captain Abid Ali by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
Jana-gana-mana is written in Bengali, which includes the Sanskrit word.
The song was sung for the first time at the Kolkata session of the Congress on December 27, 1911.
The song was officially adopted as the national anthem on 24 January 1950.
The songs and melodies of the national anthem were composed by Rabindranath Tagore himself at Madanapalli in Andhra Pradesh.
Musical notations were prepared for the English translation of the national anthem by Margarett, principal of the Besant Theosophical Society and wife of poet James H. Cousins.
According to the law, no one can be forced to sing the national anthem. If a person stands in peace while singing or playing the national anthem, it is not considered an insult to the national anthem or the nation.
The national anthem takes 52 seconds to sing.
The shortened form (first and last line) takes 20 seconds to sing.
Action is taken under Section 3 of the Prevention of Insult to National Honor Act – 1971 against a person who does not follow the rules of the national anthem and insults the national anthem.
According to the instructions of the Government of India, if the national anthem is played at any part of the film during the performance of the films, it is necessary to stand or sing.
It has been said that Tagore wrote this song in praise of the English George V. Tagore rejected this in a letter written in 1939.
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