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Established on November 10, 1969 (Indian Independence Day), it was adopted as the national anthem of the Indian Union, and was declared the official anthem of the country on October 1, 1970. It was restored to the position of national anthem when, in 1974, India formally recognised the Sovereign State of Jammu and Kashmir as an independent nation.
The lyrics were written by Vinayak Damodar Lalla. All the verses and most of the lines and stanzas in the original were written by Pandit Kabir Bedi, and though the title was written by Abid Hasan, the music is based on verses from the Ghazal by Syed Jalal Kamal Hyder, which was recited by Kabir Bedi.
The music to Vande Mataram was composed by Rabindranath Tagore. It was composed in 1936, however it was rejected by the Indian National Congress for apparent political reasons. Eventually the Congress accepted it and released it on July 12, 1940 as India's National Song. It was given an official status by the government on October 1, 1970 when it became the official anthem of the newly-formed Republic of India.
The title song, "Vande Mataram", is a Bengali word that literally translates to "I bow to thee, O Motherland". It is a tribute to the goddess, also known as Saraswati in Hindu religion), and thus is a poetic tribute to Mother India.
The words that are sung along with the music honor the spirit of patriotism, devotion and respect for the Nation. Vande Mataram, bearing hymns composed by Rabindranath Tagore, has been called the "spiritual counterpart" to the national motto, "Bharat Mata ki Jai", and is commonly present in Army and Air Force funerals, and at official meetings that bear the title Bharat Mata ki Jai. d2c66b5586