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Notuner Gaan
Notuner Gaan
(Bengali: নতুনের গান, The Song of Youth), more popularly known (after its first line) as Chol Chol Chol is the national march (Bengali: রণ-সঙ্গীত) of Bangladesh.,[1][2] whose lyrics and tune were written by national poet Kazi Nazrul Islam
Kazi Nazrul Islam
in 1928. It was first published in the newspaper Shikha (শিখা Flame) with the title Notuner Gaan (নতুনের গান The Song of Youth) and was later included in Nazrul's book Shondha (সন্ধ্যা The Evening). The Bangladeshi government adopted this song as the national marching song of Bangladesh
Bangladesh
on 13 January 1972 in its first meeting after the country's independence.[2] The first lines of the song are played at most military ceremonies or functions. The Daily Star has referred to it as the national military song.[3]

Contents

1 History 2 Lyrics 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] On the first week of February in 1928, Nazrul came to Dhaka
Dhaka
to attend the Muslim Literary Society's second annual conference. He wrote this song at Syed Abul Hossain's Dhaka
Dhaka
house. Lyrics[edit]

Bengali[4][5] Transliteration English translation[2][6]

চল্‌ চল্‌ চল্‌

ঊর্দ্ধ গগনে বাজে মাদল নিম্নে উতলা ধরণী-তল অরুণ প্রাতের তরুণ দল চল্‌ রে চল্‌ রে চল্‌ চল্‌ চল্‌ চল্‌।।

ঊষার দুয়ারে হানি আঘাত আমরা আনিব রাঙা প্রভাত আমরা টুটাব তিমির রাত, বাঁধার বিন্ধ্যা চল।।

নব নবীনের গাহিয়া গান সজীব করিব মহাশশ্মান আমরা দানিব নতুন প্রাণ বাহুতে নবীন বল।।

চলরে নওজোয়ান শোনরে পাতিয়া কান- মৃত্যু-তোরণ-দুয়ারে-দুয়ারে জীবনের আহ্বান ভাঙ্গরে ভাঙ্গ আগল চল্‌ রে চল্‌ রে চল্‌ চল্‌ চল্‌ চল্‌।।

Chôl Chôl Chôl

Urddhô gôgône baje madôl Nimne utôla dhôrôni tôl Ôrun prater tôrun dôl Chôlre Chôlre Chôl Chôl Chôl Chôl..

Ushar duare hani aghat Amra anibô ranga prôbhat Amra tutibô timirô rat Badhar bindhya chôl..

Nôbô nôbiner gahiya gan Sôjib kôribô môhashôshman Amra danibô nôtun pran Bahute nôbin bôl..

Chôlre nôojoan, Shonre patiya kan Mrrityu torôn duyare duyare Jibôner ahban Bhanggre bhangg agôl Chôl re Chôl re Chôl.. Chôl Chôl Chôl

March, March, March

By a drum beat to a heavenly height From earth beneath and soil's blight Youth rise in the dawn's light, Left, now, now, right! March, March, March

Through dawn's door, a shattering blow We will bring daybreak, scarlet in glow; We will destroy the gloom of the night And hindering mountain height,

The youngest of young, a song will sing; From buried bones we raise the living; We are the ones, new life will bring With a new arm of might.

Soldier, take your stand, A heartening ear now bend; Doors that lead to death's portal, A call to life extend! Break all doors tight and march, left and right! March, March, March

Here are the rest of the original lyrics from which the National march of Bangladesh
Bangladesh
came (continuing from the last section):[7]

Bengali Transliteration English translation [8][9]

ঊর্ধ্ব আদেশ হানিছে বাজ, শহীদী-ঈদের সেনারা সাজ, দিকে দিকে চলে কুচ-কাওয়াজ— খোল রে নিদ-মহল!

কবে সে খেয়ালী বাদশাহী, সেই সে অতীতে আজো চাহি' যাস মুসাফির গান গাহি' ফেলিস অশ্রুজল।

যাক রে তখত-তাউস জাগ রে জাগ বেহুঁশ। ডুবিল রে দেখ কত পারস্য কত রোম গ্রিক রুশ, জাগিল তা'রা সকল, জেগে ওঠ হীনবল! আমরা গড়িব নতুন করিয়া ধুলায় তাজমহল! চল্‌ চল্‌ চল্।।

Urddhô adesh hanichhe baaj Shôhidi-Eider senara saaj Dike dike chôle kuch-kaôaj Khôl re nid-môhôl

Kôbe se kheyali badshahi Shei se ôtite ajô chahi Jas musafir gaan gahi Felis ôsrujôl

Jak re takht-taus Jag re jag behush Dubilô re dekh kôtô parôsshô Kôtô rôm grik rush Jagilô tara sôkôl Jege ōth hinôbôl Amra gôribo nôtun kôria Dhulai tajmôhol Chôl Chôl Chôl

On high the ery to charge is made, the martyr's captain for battle's arrayed; In every direction, a marching parade roushing the drowsy from night.

When did that ancient kingdom vanish away? We want that ancient age today. The troubadours song, we will sing and play. weep with all your might!

Shed now, the pompous throne Awaken, O you heedless drone! See how the Persian rule sank down, and Russia and Greece and Rome. They all awoke to fight; You feeble, now ignite! From the dust, we will build anew the Taj Mahal! Unite! Left. right, Left, right! March, March, March

See also[edit]

Kazi Nazrul Islam
Kazi Nazrul Islam
portal

Amar Sonar Bangla (The national anthem of Bangladesh) O Mon Romzaner Oi Rozar Sheshe (Most famous Bengali song of Eid ul Fitr)

References[edit]

^ "NATIONAL SYMBOLS→National march". Bangladesh
Bangladesh
Tourism Board. Bangladesh: Ministry of Civil Aviation & Tourism. In 13 January 1972, the ministry of Bangladesh
Bangladesh
has adopted this song as a national marching song on its first meeting after the country's independence.  ^ a b c "India- Bangladesh
Bangladesh
Joint Celebration, 113th birth anniversary of Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam
Kazi Nazrul Islam
and 90th year of his poem `Rebel'". Prime Minister's Office, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. Retrieved 2013-09-23.  ^ "The rebel poet". The Daily Star. Retrieved 2013-09-23.  ^ "চল্‌ চল্ চল্". NazrulGeeti.org. Retrieved 2013-09-23.  ^ "চল্‌ চল্ চল্" (PDF). Rebelpoetnazrul. Retrieved 2013-09-23.  ^ "Marching Song". Nazrul.org. Retrieved 2013-09-23.  ^ "চল্‌ চল্ চল্". নজরুলগীতি.অর্গ. Retrieved 2016-10-03.  ^ http://poetrynook.com/poem/marching-song-chal-chal-chal ^ http://www.poemhunter.com/best-poems/kazi-nazrul-islam/marching-song-chal-chal-chal/

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