Talk About a Song or a Poem About the History of Your Country

Talk about a song or a poem about the history of your country. You should say
When you heard it?
Where you heard it?
How do you feel about it?

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India’s diverse country and history are rich; in ancient times, India was known as a gold sparrow. Here abundant folk songs sing and have a poem among many of describing my country’s history precisely.

And I would like to talk about one song; it’s also our national anthem, it is Jan Gan Man song.

We play it on various occasions. I don’t remember when I hear it the first time, although I strongly believe that it was my childhood, I vividly remember that after praying god, we should have to sing our national anthem praying god.

This song is written by Rabindranath Tagore; if I am right, then the first time it sings in 1911 in the congress party meeting, after freedom of India and republication in 1950, it is considered as the national anthem. Originally it is written in Bengali and Sanskrit language; later, it was translated into Hindi.

This song illustrates my country’s history and ancient time geographic places as well rivers and mountains.

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Whenever I heard this song, it feels like electricity pass through my body and puts new energy. This feeling is undecidable.

Part 3 Follow-Ups Talk About a Song or a Poem About the History of Your Country

Question 1: Are you good at memorizing things?

Well, I don’t consider me as Mr, perfect for remembering thing; however, I try my best to memories it. I do it by repeat thing in my mind and also use in conversation if it is logical. It is not easy as pie, although, whenever we use it, it’s become a piece of cake, and sometimes I also prefer to note it down on my phone; otherwise, it has a chance to forget, and in the future, I have to pay value.

Question 2: Do you think children like the rhythm of songs or poems? Why?

I believe that children like the rhythm of songs rather than poems, children mind is tender and there are not capable of understanding the meaning of poems, and they hear more songs bit than poems. Additionally, listening to poems is also boarding for offspring.

Question 3: Do you think it is easier for children to learn a song or poem than adults? Why?

Well, I think learn and memorize songs and poems is an easier task for teenagers than adolescents. Adult also has other responsibilities and work while children are independent, free, and their developing mind also aids in learning fast.

Question 4: What can people learn from songs or poems?

Umm, songs or poems have some meaning, and it is made hence listeners can learn something from it. Unfortunately, nowadays song has more beats and a host of are meaningless while if we look at past generations songs, it has meaning and teaches us something. For instance, from the famous poem lighting stars, we can learn about nature.

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