Qaumī Tarāna

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قومی ترانہ
English: National Anthem of Pakistan
Qaumī Tarāna
National anthem of  Pakistan
Lyrics Hafeez Jullundhri
Music Ahmed Ghulamali Chagla, 1950
Adopted 1954

The Qaumī Tarāna (Urdu: قومی ترانہ) is the national anthem of Pakistan. At independence, on August 14, 1947, Pakistan did not have a national anthem. When the flag was hoisted at the independence ceremony it was accompanied by the song, "Pakistan Zindabad, Azadi Paendabad". The flag itself had only been approved by the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan three days earlier. The national anthem of Pakistan was written some time later by the Urdu poet Abu-Al-Asar Hafeez Jullundhri.

Urdu
Transliteration
Translation
پاک سرزمین شاد باد
كشور حسين شاد باد
تو نشان عزم عالیشان
! ارض پاکستان
مرکز یقین شاد باد
Pāk sarzamīn shād bād
Kishwar-e-hasīn shād bād
Tū nishān-e-`azm-e-`alīshān
Arz-e-Pākistān!
Markaz-e-yaqīn shād bād
Blessed be the sacred land
Happy be the bounteous realm
Symbol of high resolve
Land of Pakistan!
Blessed be thou, house of faith
پاک سرزمین کا نظام
قوت اخوت عوام
قوم ، ملک ، سلطنت
! پائندہ تابندہ باد
شاد باد منزل مراد
Pāk sarzamīn kā nizām
Qūwat-e-ukhūwat-e-`awām
Qaum, mulk, sultanat
Pā-inda tābinda bād!
Shād bād manzil-e-murād
The order of the sacred land
Is the might of the people's brotherhood
nation, country, and the state
Shine in everlasting glory!
Blessed be the goal of our aim
پرچم ستارہ و ہلال
رہبر ترقی و کمال
ترجمان ماضی شان حال
! جان استقبال
سایۂ خدائے ذوالجلال
Parcham-e-sitāra-o-hilāl
Rahbar-e-tarraqqī-o-kamāl
Tarjumān-e-māzī, shān-e-hāl
Jān-e-istiqbāl!
Sāyah-e-Khudā-e-Zū-l-Jalāl
flag of the crescent and the star
Leads way to progress and perfection
Interpreter of the past, glory of the present age
Inspiration of our future!
Symbol of the Almighty's protection

Timeline[change | change source]

  • 1949 - Musical composition by Ahmad G. Chagla (running time, 1 minute 20 seconds)
  • 1952 - Verses written by Hafeez Jullundhri, selected from 723 entries
  • 1954 - Released on Radio Pakistan on 13 August. Singers of the anthem were: Ahmad Rushdi, Shamim Bano, Kokab Jehan, Rasheeda Begum, Najam Ara, Naseema Shaheen, Zwar Hussain, Akhtar Abbas, Ghulam Dastgir, Anwar Zaheer and Akhtar Wassi.

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