A melody, which has quivered every one, which has evolved the emotion of nationalism, which is garden-fresh and esteem for all the extra ordinary people of “bharat”. A melody that was written, near seashore with a borrowed pen and paper did a miracle when the nightingale of India sung it.
27th January 2014 this song completed lifespan of 51 years. A tune that is soul excruciating for all the Indians went through a long age and renowned as the most touching patriotic song which was written by poet Pradeep and sung by Late Mangeshkar.
The ditty, was engraved as a homage to Indian combatants who perished through the Sino-Indian War in 1962.Lata Mangeshkar, 84, splendidly intoned the song in the manifestation of Nehru at the Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi, just a day after the Republic Day.
The song said to have stirred Nehru to sobbing as the battle had ruined just two months previously and its reminiscences were tranquil renewed. "Those who don't feel inspired by 'Aye mere watan ke logo' doesn't deserve to be called a Hindustani", said Nehru. The song received rave appreciation from across the country.
BJP prime ministerial contender Narendra Modi led over one lakh people in Mumbai on 27th January
2014 in their rendering of
the jingoistic song 'Ae Mere Watan Ke Logon', which captivated the entire
country after the loss against China in 1962. This track has gladdened our
hearts," Modi said, reimbursing praise to the fabled singer at Shreshtra
Bharat Divas Merriments at Mahalaxmi Race Course.
“The song vibrates even today…when we eavesdrop the song we emanate to know of what emerged during the battlefield, the tactic the ditty was carved and the vocal sound in arrears the song is such that even nowadays it senses that as if every martyr is alive and esteemed the history of warriors.
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University Of Allahabad