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    National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

    Pak Sar Zameen Shad Bad

    Pak sar zamin shad bad
    Kishwar-e-hasin shad bad
    Tu nishan e azm e alishan
    Arz-e-Pakistan!
    Markaz-e-yaqin shad bad

    Blessed be the sacred land
    Happy be the bounteous realm
    Symbol of high resolve
    Land of Pakistan!
    Blessed be thou, citadel of faith


    Pak sar zamin ka nizam
    Quwat e ukhuwat e awam
    Qaum, mulk, sultanat
    Pa-inda tabinda bad!
    Shad bad manzil e murad


    The order of this sacred land
    Is the might of the brotherhood of the people
    May the nation, the country, and the state
    Shine in glory everlasting!
    Blessed be the goal of our ambition

    Parcham e sitara o hilal
    Rahbar e tarraqqi o kamal
    Tarjuman e mazi, shan e hal
    Jan e istiqbal!
    Sayah e Khuda e Zal Jalal

    This flag of the crescent and star
    Leads the way to progress and perfection
    Interpreter of our past, glory of our present
    Inspiration of our future!
    Symbol of God, owner of glory and might


    Lyrics Information
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    National Anthem of Pakistan
    Lyrics: Hafeez Jullundhri
    Music: Akbar Mohammed, 1950
    Adopted: 1954
    The music composed by Chagla reflects his background in both eastern and western music. The lyrics are written in a highly Persianized form of Urdu. Every word in the entire anthem is a loanword from Persian or Arabic except the word “ka” ( کا, “of” ). The anthem lasts for 1 minute and 20 seconds, and uses twenty one musical instruments and thirty eight different tones.
    Timeline
    1949 – Musical composition by Ahmad G. Chagla (running time, 1 minute 20 seconds)
    1952 – Verses written by Hafeez Jalandhri, 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. Ali Rathore, Saif Ali Khan
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    #2
    Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

    socha subha assembly mae pherha kertey they nend ke alaam mae ..

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      #3
      Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

      Originally posted by fariha ali View Post
      socha subha assembly mae pherha kertey they nend ke alaam mae ..
      padhe Farsi, beche tail
      We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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        #4
        Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

        Originally posted by muqawwee123 View Post
        padhe Farsi, beche tail


        muqqaweee bhai

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          #5
          Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

          Originally posted by fariha ali View Post
          socha subha assembly mae pherha kertey they nend ke alaam mae ..
          saudia k schools me pakistan ka national anthem?
          Dil dil Pakistan

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            #6
            Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

            Originally posted by Microbian View Post
            saudia k schools me pakistan ka national anthem?
            ohh LP sisooo

            nahi yahan pakistani schools hain us mae

            wese humarey pakistani school mae bohut sarey Saudi or Egyptian phertey hain unhey bhi yaad hai ye hum loog do do anthem phertey they ek ye wala or ek saudiya ka

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              #7
              Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

              I love the way it is played in my school. So awesome but the students pay no heed, no care, nothing.. till they exit school.
              A cigarette that bears a lipstick's traces ... An airline ticket to romantic places ..

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                #8
                Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

                Originally posted by Diva View Post
                I love the way it is played in my school. So awesome but the students pay no heed, no care, nothing.. till they exit school.
                I think difficult and not easy to understand language is the reason. same children pay more attention to 'Lab pe aati hai dua'.
                We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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                  #9
                  Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

                  I think bachon ko national anthem k peche history aur national anthem k meaning waghairah samjhani chahiye..by including it in one of the subjects taught around the age of 12-13.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by muqawwee123:9699039

                    I think difficult and not easy to understand language is the reason. same children pay more attention to 'Lab pe aati hai dua'.
                    Lab py ati hai dua was never played in assembly in our school.
                    Dil dil Pakistan

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                      #11
                      Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

                      Originally posted by Microbian View Post
                      Lab py ati hai dua was never played in assembly in our school.
                      we had it , once a week...every monday (mid week) and we used to love it.
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                        #12
                        Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

                        Originally posted by Little Princess View Post
                        I think bachon ko national anthem k peche history aur national anthem k meaning waghairah samjhani chahiye..by including it in one of the subjects taught around the age of 12-13.
                        Agree, I think most important things are taught to us when we don't know what is their importance
                        We should care for each other more than we care for ideas, or else we will end up killing each other.

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                          #13
                          Re: National Anthem of Pakistan with translation.

                          Originally posted by muqawwee123 View Post
                          Agree, I think most important things are taught to us when we don't know what is their importance
                          yeah...
                          Be someone that makes YOU happy

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