A country's national anthem is a patriotic musical composition which evokes and honors the history, traditions and struggles of its people. The patriotic composition is either recognized by the government of a country as the official national song or by the conventional use of the people of the nation.
The official current version of the national anthem of Iran mostly glorifies the achievements of people who fought for the country's freedom and sovereignty. It further speaks of the Iranian's immense faith in God. The lyrics of the anthem evoke a spirit of patriotism and eulogize the struggles and endurance of the great martyrs in the history of Iran. The effort and endurance towards becoming an Islamic Republic of Iran still seem to reverberate in the ears of the Iranian.
The original version of the National anthem is in Persian. Here is a transliteration of the official National anthem of Iran-
Sar zad az ofogh mehr-e-khāvarān
Forugh-e-dideye haq bāvarān
Payāmat ey Emām, esteqlāl, āzādi, naqsh-e-jān-e-māst
Shahidān, pichide dar gu-e-zamān faryādetān
Pāyande māniyo jāvedān
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