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    Viral Video Reveals Surprising Gap in Knowledge About India’s National Song

    Rehan Khan's viral Q&A reveals surprising gaps in knowledge about India's national song, sparking widespread reactions and discussions on national awareness.

    Rehan Khan, an Instagram user well-known for his quick Q&A sessions and general knowledge inquiries, has gained notice for a startling reaction from one of his subjects. A woman’s surprising response to Khan’s question regarding who wrote India’s national song became popular on social media very quickly.

    Reactions and Social Media Buzz

    Many gave Rabindranath Tagore as their response when Khan asked who wrote India’s national song. But according to one woman, Arijit Singh penned it. Khan also found that several other people he spoke with acknowledged they had no idea who wrote India’s national song. The video gained over two lakh views, over 1,500 likes, and a ton of comments on social media when it went viral.

    “How tragic!” exclaimed one person. Arijit Singh, genuinely?” Neha Chaudhary, another X user, commented, “Bankim Chandra Chatterjee wrote Vande Mataram.” The Indian Constituent Assembly was ratified on January 24, 1950. The national song is called Vande Mataram. Hey, Bhagwan Arijit Singh (Oh God).”

    Reflections on National Knowledge

    This is the startling reality regarding the direction that our next generation is taking, as expressed by X user Nihar Ranjan Singhsamanta. In the absence of nationality, how could an individual develop their actual self? What role does he or she play in fostering nationalism and society? “I feel good about my upbringing every time I watch this kind of video,” said a different reviewer.

    “National song was composed by Bakim Chandra Chatterjee,” stated a different user. The song was originally performed at the 1896 Indian National Congress session in Kolkata, which Rahmatullah M. Sayani chaired. For those who do not know, Rabindranath Tagore wrote the National Anthem, Jana Gana Mana, and Bankim Chandra Chatterjee wrote India’s National Song, Vande Mataram.

    Conclusion

    The viral video from Rehan Khan’s Q&A session serves as a wake-up call about the importance of educating the younger generation on India’s cultural and historical heritage. It underscores the need for renewed efforts in promoting awareness and understanding of national symbols like the national song and anthem.

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