10 Lines on National Anthem: A national anthem is the feeling of pride for every citizen. It is generally a musical composition that shows the history, tradition, and struggle of its people. Every nation in the entire world has its national anthem concerning their language and culture. Some of the countries also share their national anthem. And it shows how much they are interacting with each other. They share their respective cultural values.
Little-known or unknown composers wrote most of the best-known national anthems. The author of “God Save the Queen”, one of the oldest and most famous tunes in the world, is unknown and disputed.
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Set 1 – 10 Lines on National Anthem for Kids
Set 1 is helpful for students of Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
- The United Kingdom starts the royal anthems in 1619 with the name “God saves the King/Queen.”
- The history of official national anthem begins from the 19th century.
- In 1920, the Olympic Charter introduced to play the national anthem when they won the gold medal.
- In 1930, adoption of the national anthem by newly formed or newly independent states.
- The national anthem of the Netherlands adopted as a national anthem in 1932, and you know it was written in 1568.
- The United States introduced the Star-Spangled Banner as a national anthem in 1931.
- In 1960, it was common practice for every independent nation to adopt a national anthem.
- Several nations are still presenting who doesn’t have their official national anthem.
- Very few countries have a national anthem written by a world-famous composer.
- Other countries had their hymns composed of locally prominent people.
Set 2 – 10 Lines on National Anthem for School Students
Set 2 is helpful for students of Classes 6, 7 and 8.
- Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore wrote the Indian national anthem.
- The song name is a Brahmo hymn composed in highly Sankritised Bengali.
- Indian National Congress on December 27, 1911, sung the first time at their session.
- Initially, with five stanzas, the formal rendition then decided ideally of 52 seconds.
- The Indian constitution adopted it in 1950.
- A handwritten translation is also available free on the internet with the name “Morning Song of India“.
- There are also some false claims that it was written for praise George the Fourth, who visited India in 1911.
- It is also the national anthem of Bangladesh.
- It is interesting to know that there is no law to sing the national song, and it should not consider as to disrespect for the nation.
- In 2005, some petition file that removes the word Sindh from the national anthem but supreme court not found it.
Set 3 – 10 Lines on National Anthem for Higher Class Students
Set 3 is helpful for students of Classes 9, 10, 11, 12 and Competitive Exams.
- The court citing the relevant provisions of the Cinematograph Act, 1952 Section 5 A, 5B, 8, and 16, prevented the commercial use of the National Anthem.
- The film ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’ shall not be shown in any theatre unless the scene which depicts the national anthem is deleted.
- Respondents 4 and 5 shall immediately withdraw the film from all cinema-halls, and the theatre owners are restrained from showing the movie in the present form.
- The respondent No. Three shall revoke the certificate unless the deletion is effected and deleted feature film is shown to the members of the Board as required under the Act and the Rules.
- The movie, as mentioned earlier, shall not be telecasted on national channels and also in any satellite channel without deletion.
- If any video cassette/VCD/DVD is sold in the market without termination of the national anthem the appropriate authority shall take action against the said persons as permissible in law as it would amount to dealing with an uncensored film.
- No cable operator shall show the movie as long as the national anthem is not deleted as that would tantamount to the showing of an uncensored movie.
- A national anthem, when it has lyrics (as is usually the case), is most often in the federal or most common language of the country.
- It played during the presentation of the regimental colors of the Indian army.
- Supreme Court made the playing of national anthem mandatory in theatres in 2016.
FAQ’s on 10 Lines on National Anthem
What should our draft say over national anthem?
Our draft Constitution is silent about our National Anthem. On many occasions, our Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru has stated that the Constituent Assembly would take the final decision on the question of National Anthem.
Is judicial pronouncement on national anthem?
Yes, through various Judicial Pronouncements in the last three decades by High Courts and Supreme Court of India, the following points have emerged— Right of Silence at the time of the singing of the Indian National Anthem.
Is anyone have right to stay silent during the national anthem?
Yes, there is Right of Silence at the time of the singing of the Indian National Anthem.