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Jo Shaheed Huye Hai Unki Jara Ya


Jo Shaheed Huye Hai Unki Jara Ya




Jo Shaheed Huye Hai Unki Jara Ya is a patriotic song that pays tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the freedom and dignity of India. The song was written by poet Pradeep and composed by C. Ramchandra. It was first sung by Lata Mangeshkar at the Ramlila Maidan in Delhi on January 27, 1963, in the presence of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and other dignitaries. The song moved Nehru to tears and became an anthem of national pride and gratitude.


The song begins with the words "Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo", which means "O people of my country". It then recounts the heroic deeds of the freedom fighters who fought against the British colonial rule, such as Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev, Chandrashekhar Azad, Subhash Chandra Bose, and Mahatma Gandhi. It also mentions the soldiers who died in the Indo-China war of 1962, defending the borders of India from the Chinese aggression. The song urges the listeners to remember the sacrifices of these brave souls and to honour their memory by working for the progress and unity of the country.


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The song has been performed by various singers and artists over the years, and has been featured in several films and television shows. It has also been used as a source of inspiration and motivation for the Indian armed forces and the citizens alike. The song is considered as one of the most iconic and influential songs in the history of Indian music and culture.


Here are some of the lyrics of the song:


Aye mere watan ke logo Zara aankh mein bhar lo paani Jo shaheed huye hain unki Zara yaad karo qurbaani Jab ghaayal hua himaalay Khatre mein padi aazadi Jab tak thi saans lade woh Phir apni laash bichha di Sangeen pe dhar kar maatha So gaye amar balidaani Jo shaheed huye hain unki Zara yaad karo qurbaani Koi sikh koi jaat maratha Koi gurkha koi madrasi Sarhad pe marne wala Har veer tha bharatvasi Jo khoon gira parvat par Woh khoon tha hindustani Jo shaheed huye hain unki Zara yaad karo qurbaani Thi khoon se lathpath kaaya Phir bhi bandook uthaake Das das ko ek ne maara Phir gir gaye hosh ganwa ke Jab ant samay aaya toh Keh gaye ke ab marate hain Khush rehna desh ke pyaaron Ab hum to safar karate hain Tum bhool na jaao unko Is liye kahi ye kahaani Jo shaheed huye hain unki Zara yaad karo qurbaani Jai hind, jai hind ki sena


Translation:


O people of my country Fill your eyes with tears Those who have been martyred Remember their sacrifice When the Himalayas were wounded Freedom was in danger They fought till their last breath Then laid down their corpses Placing their heads on bayonets They slept as immortal martyrs Those who have been martyred Remember their sacrifice Some were Sikh, some were Maratha Some were Gurkha, some were Madrasi The one who died on the border Every hero was an Indian The blood that fell on the mountain That blood was Indian Those who have been martyred Remember their sacrifice Their bodies were soaked in blood But still they held their guns They killed ten enemies each Then fell unconscious When their final moment came They said that now we are dying Be happy, beloved ones of the country Now we are going on a journey Do not forget them That is why this story is told Those who have been martyred Remember their sacrifice Hail India, hail India's army


References:


  • [Lata Mangeshkar Sang In Front Of Nehru 27 January 1963 Very Rare Video]



  • [Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo - Wikipedia]



  • [Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo: The song that moved Nehru to tears - Times of India]





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