The internet was shocked when a woman claimed that “Arijit Singh Wrote The National Song Of India.”

Arijit Singh Wrote The National Song Of India

Arijit Singh Wrote The National Song Of India

When a content creator asked young people recently about India’s national song, she got all the wrong replies.

It is usually advised to educate oneself on our past and present in order to better comprehend the former. This educational process starts in our classrooms, when children are first exposed to Indian history via textbooks, lectures, extracurricular activities, and even morning singing of the national hymn or song. Even if understanding the facts is crucial when studying history, it’s still not the best option, particularly for adolescents and young adults. An excellent illustration of this is the reaction of a young lady to the person who composed India’s national anthem.

Recently, Rehan Khan, an Instagram user, conducted a social experiment in which he approached random strangers on the street and asked them general knowledge questions. When Khan inquired about the author of India’s National Song, he got a variety of responses—all but the right one.

Everyone’s attention is drawn to a young woman’s surprising response amidst all the responses. He was confused when she mentioned Arijit Singh with assurance.

However, a number of people mistook the National Song for the Indian National Anthem and even gave Rabindranath Tagore credit for it; some even acknowledged that they were unaware of it. The video quickly gained popularity on several social media sites and sparked a variety of responses.

“The response Arijit Singh gave me caused me to leave India,” one user remarked, and another said, “Are they truly illiterate? or acting as though they

“These children… They lack basic knowledge of the nation. A third person remarked, “The national song is Vande Mataram, which was penned by Bankimchandra Chatterjee. “Shame!” was the subject of another comment. Even the distinction between the national song and the anthem is lost on them.

“Everything was okay but ARIJIT SINGH?” one person said in response to the woman’s response, while another “The startling reality about our next generation is this. How might a person develop their genuine character and what contribution they would make to society and nation building without their nationality?

The caption, “Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay must be crying in heaven somewhere,” was also posted with the image on X.

For those who do not know, Bankim Chandra Chatterjee wrote India’s National Anthem, Jana Gana Mana, while Rabindranath Tagore wrote the country’s National Song, Vande Mataram.

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