Independence Indian Day Lyrics (Poems) – 15 August Poems 2017
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Indian Independence Day Lyrics
“Where the brain is without fear
what’s more, the head is held high;
Where information is free;
Where the world has not been
separated into sections by
limit residential dividers;
Where words turn out from
the profundity of truth;
Where indefatigable endeavoring extends
its arms towards flawlessness;
Where the unmistakable stream of reason
has not lost its way into the horrid
betray sand of dead propensity;
Where the psyche is lead forward by thee
into constantly enlarging idea and activity
Into that paradise of opportunity, my Father,
give my nation a chance to wakeful.”
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“Is there should you require that my hands withhold,
Rich endowments of garment or grain or gold?
Lo ! I have flung toward the East and the West
Precious fortunes torn from my bosom,
Furthermore, yielded the children of my stricken womb
To the rhythms of the obligation, the sabers of fate.
Assembled like pearls in their outsider graves
Noiseless they rest by the Persian waves,
Scattered like shells on Egyptian sands,
They lie with pale foreheads and overcome, broken hands,
they are strewn like blooms mown around possibility
On the blood-dark colored glades of Flanders and France.
Can ye measure the sorrow of the tears I sob
Or, on the other hand compass the trouble of the watch I keep?
Or, on the other hand the pride that rushes thro’ my heart’s misery
What’s more, the expectation that solaces the anguish of petition?
What’s more, the far dismal magnificent vision I see
Of the torn red standards of triumph?
at the point when the dread and the tumult of abhor might stop
What’s more, life be refashioned on iron blocks of peace,
What’s more, your affection should offer commemoration thanks
To the companions who battled on the dauntless positions,
What’s more, you respect the deeds of the dauntless ones,
Keep in mind the blood of my martyred children!”
The Gift of India
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“Superior to Heaven or Arcadia
I adore thee, O my India!
Also, thy adore I should give
To each sibling country that lives.
God made the Earth;
Man made keeping nations
Furthermore, their favor solidified limits.
Yet, with unfound vast love
I observe the borderland of my India
Venturing into the World.
Hail, mother of religions, lotus, beautiful beauty,and sages!
Thy wide entryways are open,
Respecting God’s actual children through all ages.
Where Ganges, woods, Himalayan caverns, and
men dream God –
I am sacrosanct; my body touched that grass.”
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“Mother, I bow to thee!
Rich with thy rushing streams,
Brilliant with thy plantation sparkles,
Cool with thy winds of enjoyment,
Dull fields waving, Mother of might,
Mother free… ..”
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“Not where the musk of joy blows,
Not where murkiness and fears never tread;
Not in the homes of interminable grins,
Nor in the paradise of a place that is known for success
Would I be conceived
On the off chance that I should put on mortal attire yet again… “
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Long years prior, we made a tryst with predetermination and
now the time comes when we might recover our vow…
At the stroke of the midnight hour,
when the world dozes,
India will alert to life and opportunity.
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Indian Declaration of Independence,
on eve of autonomy, August 15 1947.
We end today a time of sick fortune and
India finds herself once more
The accomplishment we commend today is yet a stage,
an opening of chance,
to the more prominent triumphs and
accomplishments that anticipate u. Are we overcome enough
sufficiently shrewd to get a handle on this open door
and acknowledge the test without bounds?
– – –
At the beginning of history India began on her unending mission,
trackless hundreds of years are loaded with her endeavoring
and the glory of her prosperity and her disappointments
Through great and sick fortune alike she has never
dismissed that journey or
overlooked the beliefs which gave her quality.
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How might one be constrained to acknowledge subjection?
I just decline to do the ace’s offering
He may torment me, break my unresolved issues and even slaughter me
He will then have my dead body, not my dutifulness
At last, hence,
it is I who am the victor and not he,
for he has flopped in motivating me to do what he needed done.
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We owe a great deal to the Indians,
who showed us how to tally,
without which no advantageous logical,
revelation could have been made!