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Banglar Mati Banglar Jol

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Wikipedia article

'Banglar Mati Banglar Jol' (Bengali:- ; English:- "Soil of Bengal, Water of Bengal") is a Bengali patriotic song written by Rabindranath Tagore. It was composed in 1905. It was written supporting the "Bangabhanga Rodh Movement" in Bengal. Tagore started "Raksha Bandhan Utsav" on 16 October 1905 to reunite Hindu and Muslim Bengalis protesting the Partition of Bengal (1905) and on that day, this song was the motto of the movement. The notation of the song was given by Indira Debi Chowdhurani.

Lyrics in Bengali

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Transliteration in English

Banglar mati, banglar jol,

Banglar baayu, banglar phal

Punyo hauk punyo hauk

punyo hauk hey bhagoban.

Banglar ghar, banglar haat,

banglar bon, banglar maath

Purno hauk purno hauk

purno hauk hey bhagoban.

Bangalir pon, bangalir asha,

bangalir kaaj, bangalir bhasa

Sotyo hauk sotyo hauk

sotyo hauk hey bhagoban.

Bangalir praan, bangalir mon,

bangalir ghare jato bhai bon

Ek hauk ek hauk

ek hauk hey bhagoban.

See also

* Bangamata


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