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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Google Panda Update, One Year Later from InfoGraphic

Google panda 3.3: 40 changes for February

Google has confirmed a new Panda update at the same time that it’s announcing 40 search updates that happened in February (or are in progress right now).

Here’s the list for February:
  • More coverage for related searches. [launch codename “Fuzhou”] This launch brings in a new data source to help generate the “Searches related to” section, increasing coverage significantly so the feature will appear for more queries. This section contains search queries that can help you refine what you’re searching for.
  • Tweak to categorizer for expanded sitelinks. [launch codename “Snippy”, project codename “Megasitelinks”] This improvement adjusts a signal we use to try and identify duplicate snippets. We were applying a categorizer that wasn’t performing well for our expanded sitelinks, so we’ve stopped applying the categorizer in those cases. The result is more relevant sitelinks.
  • Less duplication in expanded sitelinks. [launch codename “thanksgiving”, project codename “Megasitelinks”] We’ve adjusted signals to reduce duplication in the snippets for expanded sitelinks. Now we generate relevant snippets based more on the page content and less on the query.
  • More consistent thumbnail sizes on results page. We’ve adjusted the thumbnail size for most image content appearing on the results page, providing a more consistent experience across result types, and also across mobile and tablet. The new sizes apply to rich snippet results for recipes and applications, movie posters, shopping results, book results, news results and more.
  • More locally relevant predictions in YouTube. [project codename “Suggest”] We’ve improved the ranking for predictions in YouTube to provide more locally relevant queries. For example, for the query [lady gaga in ] performed on the US version of YouTube, we might predict [lady gaga in times square], but for the same search performed on the Indian version of YouTube, we might predict [lady gaga in India].
  • More accurate detection of official pages. [launch codename “WRE”] We’ve made an adjustment to how we detect official pages to make more accurate identifications. The result is that many pages that were previously misidentified as official will no longer be.
  • Refreshed per-URL country information. [Launch codename “longdew”, project codename “country-id data refresh”] We updated the country associations for URLs to use more recent data.
  • Expand the size of our images index in Universal Search. [launch codename “terra”, project codename “Images Universal”] We launched a change to expand the corpus of results for which we show images in Universal Search. This is especially helpful to give more relevant images on a larger set of searches.
  • Minor tuning of autocomplete policy algorithms. [project codename “Suggest”] We have a narrow set of policies for autocomplete for offensive and inappropriate terms. This improvement continues to refine the algorithms we use to implement these policies.
  • “Site:” query update [launch codename “Semicolon”, project codename “Dice”] This change improves the ranking for queries using the “site:” operator by increasing the diversity of results.
  • Improved detection for SafeSearch in Image Search. [launch codename "Michandro", project codename “SafeSearch”] This change improves our signals for detecting adult content in Image Search, aligning the signals more closely with the signals we use for our other search results.
  • Interval based history tracking for indexing. [project codename “Intervals”] This improvement changes the signals we use in document tracking algorithms. 
  • Improvements to foreign language synonyms. [launch codename “floating context synonyms”, project codename “Synonyms”] This change applies an improvement we previously launched for English to all other languages. The net impact is that you’ll more often find relevant pages that include synonyms for your query terms.
  • Disabling two old fresh query classifiers. [launch codename “Mango”, project codename “Freshness”] As search evolves and new signals and classifiers are applied to rank search results, sometimes old algorithms get outdated. This improvement disables two old classifiers related to query freshness.
  • More organized search results for Google Korea. [launch codename “smoothieking”, project codename “Sokoban4”] This significant improvement to search in Korea better organizes the search results into sections for news, blogs and homepages.
  • Fresher images. [launch codename “tumeric”] We’ve adjusted our signals for surfacing fresh images. Now we can more often surface fresh images when they appear on the web.
  • Update to the Google bar. [project codename “Kennedy”] We continue to iterate in our efforts to deliver a beautifully simple experience across Google products, and as part of that this month we made further adjustments to the Google bar. The biggest change is that we’ve replaced the drop-down Google menu in the November redesign with a consistent and expanded set of links running across the top of the page.
  • Adding three new languages to classifier related to error pages. [launch codename "PNI", project codename "Soft404"] We have signals designed to detect crypto 404 pages (also known as “soft 404s”), pages that return valid text to a browser but the text only contain error messages, such as “Page not found.” It’s rare that a user will be looking for such a page, so it’s important we be able to detect them. This change extends a particular classifier to Portuguese, Dutch and Italian.
  • Improvements to travel-related searches. [launch codename “nesehorn”] We’ve made improvements to triggering for a variety of flight-related search queries. These changes improve the user experience for our Flight Search feature with users getting more accurate flight results.
  • Data refresh for related searches signal. [launch codename “Chicago”, project codename “Related Search”] One of the many signals we look at to generate the “Searches related to” section is the queries users type in succession. If users very often search for [apple] right after [banana], that’s a sign the two might be related. This update refreshes the model we use to generate these refinements, leading to more relevant queries to try.
  • International launch of shopping rich snippets. [project codename “rich snippets”]Shopping rich snippets help you more quickly identify which sites are likely to have the most relevant product for your needs, highlighting product prices, availability, ratings and review counts. This month we expanded shopping rich snippets globally (they were previously only available in the US, Japan and Germany).
  • Improvements to Korean spelling. This launch improves spelling corrections when the user performs a Korean query in the wrong keyboard mode (also known as an "IME", or input method editor). Specifically, this change helps users who mistakenly enter Hangul queries in Latin mode or vice-versa.
  • Improvements to freshness. [launch codename “iotfreshweb”, project codename “Freshness”] We’ve applied new signals which help us surface fresh content in our results even more quickly than before.
  • Web History in 20 new countries. With Web History, you can browse and search over your search history and webpages you've visited. You will also get personalized search results that are more relevant to you, based on what you’ve searched for and which sites you’ve visited in the past. In order to deliver more relevant and personalized search results, we’ve launched Web History in Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Morocco, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Estonia, Kuwait, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Nigeria, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Bosnia and Herzegowina, Azerbaijan, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Republic of Moldova, and Ghana. Web History is turned on only for people who have a Google Account and previously enabled Web History.
  • Improved snippets for video channels. Some search results are links to channels with many different videos, whether on, Hulu or YouTube. We’ve had a feature for a while now that displays snippets for these results including direct links to the videos in the channel, and this improvement increases quality and expands coverage of these rich “decorated” snippets. We’ve also made some improvements to our backends used to generate the snippets.
  • Improvements to ranking for local search results. [launch codename “Venice”] This improvement improves the triggering of Local Universal results by relying more on the ranking of our main search results as a signal. 
  • Improvements to English spell correction. [launch codename “Kamehameha”] This change improves spelling correction quality in English, especially for rare queries, by making one of our scoring functions more accurate.
  • Improvements to coverage of News Universal. [launch codename “final destination”] We’ve fixed a bug that caused News Universal results not to appear in cases when our testing indicates they’d be very useful.
  • Consolidation of signals for spiking topics. [launch codename “news deserving score”, project codename “Freshness”] We use a number of signals to detect when a new topic is spiking in popularity. This change consolidates some of the signals so we can rely on signals we can compute in realtime, rather than signals that need to be processed offline. This eliminates redundancy in our systems and helps to ensure we can continue to detect spiking topics as quickly as possible.
  • Better triggering for Turkish weather search feature. [launch codename “hava”] We’ve tuned the signals we use to decide when to present Turkish users with the weather search feature. The result is that we’re able to provide our users with the weather forecast right on the results page with more frequency and accuracy.
  • Visual refresh to account settings page. We completed a visual refresh of the account settings page, making the page more consistent with the rest of our constantly evolving design.
  • Panda update. This launch refreshes data in the Panda system, making it more accurate and more sensitive to recent changes on the web.
  • Link evaluation. We often use characteristics of links to help us figure out the topic of a linked page. We have changed the way in which we evaluate links; in particular, we are turning off a method of link analysis that we used for several years. We often rearchitect or turn off parts of our scoring in order to keep our system maintainable, clean and understandable.
  • SafeSearch update. We have updated how we deal with adult content, making it more accurate and robust. Now, irrelevant adult content is less likely to show up for many queries.
  • Spam update. In the process of investigating some potential spam, we found and fixed some weaknesses in our spam protections.
  • Improved local results. We launched a new system to find results from a user’s city more reliably. Now we’re better able to detect when both queries and documents are local to the user.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

9 Signs of a Bad Title Tag

9 Signs of a Bad Title Tag:

1. "Home" or "Home Page" in title tag
It may be logical or helpful to the website owner, but including "Home" or "Home Page" does not help visitors or search engines. All we really care about is what the page is about, and what it offers us. Why take up space with this non-information? You surely don't want to rank for the terms "home" or "home page."
2. Domain name in title tag
Including the domain name (like in the title tag is redundant and takes up prime SEO real estate.
If a searcher cares what site they'll be taken to, they can look at the green URL that's visible in the search result before they click. And web pages are automatically going to rank very high (at the top unless something is wrong with your SEO) when people search for your domain name, whether it's in the title tag or not.
Put another way - Is it more important to tell people your website address, or to tell them about what you offer and show search engines a keyword?
3. Too long
Search engines display only the first 70 characters (about) of a web page's title tag. The rest gets chopped off and replaced with ellipses.
4. Too short
Short and sweet can be nice, but you might as well use all the space available to tell people and search engines about the web page. Making your title tags close to - but not exceeding - 70 characters is a good way to get the most out of your title tags and optimize your chances of showing up for different keyword searches.
5. No keywords
The purpose of your title tag is to tell people and search engines what your web page is about. If it doesn't include keywords, you're doing it wrong.
6. Just the business name
I know it's tempting to make your title tags be just your business name, especially on your home page. But unless your business name is 70+ characters long or contains several of your important keywords already, you should really include more so that you'll be found - and clicked on - by people who aren't familiar with your business yet.
For example, if you were searching for a local business that sold widgets, how likely would you be to click on a search result that just said a generic business name like "Jones & Jones, Inc."? You probably wouldn't waste your time clicking on a search result that doesn't make it clear the company is in your city and or that it sells what you're looking for. Because the title tag doesn't make it clear what Jones & Jones sells, or where they're located, search engines are less likely to rank that result high in search results.
7. First few words aren't important or eye-catching
Research shows that people scan search results quickly. Searchers pay the most attention to the first few words in search results, and the first few results on the page. The heat map at right shows you where people tend to click in a page of Google search results.
Make the first few words of your title tags count by including the keywords you think will be most relevant to searchers. Or write something that will catch people's attention. Put your best foot forward, and cut the meaningless fluff.
For example, I searched for "cat toilet training" and found the search result shown below. It did catch my attention and make me read the whole search entry to see if it was really what I was looking for. But many people would just skip it, and focus on the search results that mention their search terms right up front.
8. Doesn't include geographic location - if location is important
If you have a physical retail location, or if you want to target customers in a specific region, you should make it clear to searchers and search engines where you're located. Include your neighborhood, city, state, or county - whatever makes most sense for your business - in your title tag and in other website content.
9. Too many keywords (spammy looking)
If your title tag is just a long string of keywords, it might rank well for those keywords, but the real live people searching for those words will probably be less likely to click that result.
Here are two examples of keyword-filled title tags in a search result:

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Namaste Sada Vatsale - RSS Prayer

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Namaste Sada Vatsale is Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's prayer. This prayer is in Sanskrit except last line which is in Hindi. It is compulsory to sing this prayer in all programs of Sangh. It was written by some unknown Sanskrit professor in guidance of Dr. K. B. Hedgewar and Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar.

Originally this poem was written in Sanskrit language. Later it was translated in Hindi also. Its original form in other Indian script as well as IOAT format is given as under:


नमस्ते सदा वत्सले मातृभूमे
त्वया हिन्दुभूमे सुखं वर्धितोहम् ।
महामङ्गले पुण्यभूमे त्वदर्थे
पतत्वेष कायो नमस्ते नमस्ते ।।१।।
प्रभो शक्तिमन् हिन्दुराष्ट्राङ्गभूता
इमे सादरं त्वां नमामो वयम्
त्वदीयाय कार्याय बध्दा कटीयं
शुभामाशिषं देहि तत्पूर्तये ।
अजय्यां च विश्वस्य देहीश शक्तिं
सुशीलं जगद्येन नम्रं भवेत्
श्रुतं चैव यत्कण्टकाकीर्ण मार्गं
स्वयं स्वीकृतं नः सुगं कारयेत् ।।२।।
परं साधनं नाम वीरव्रतम्
तदन्तः स्फुरत्वक्षया ध्येयनिष्ठा
हृदन्तः प्रजागर्तु तीव्रानिशम् ।
विजेत्री च नः संहता कार्यशक्तिर्
विधायास्य धर्मस्य संरक्षणम् ।
परं वैभवं नेतुमेतत् स्वराष्ट्रं
समर्था भवत्वाशिषा ते भृशम् ।।३।।
भारत माता की जय ।।


namaste sadā vatsale mātṛbhūme
tvayā hindubhūme sukhaṁ vardhitoham
mahāmaṅgale puṇyabhūme tvadarthe
patatveṣa kāyo namaste namaste ||
prabho śaktiman hindurāṣṭrāṅgabhūtā
ime sādaraṁ tvāṁ namāmo vayam
tvadīyāya kāryāya badhdā kaṭīyaṁ
śubhāmāśiṣaṁ dehi tatpūrtaye
ajayyāṁ ca viśvasya dehīśa śaktiṁ
suśīlaṁ jagadyena namraṁ bhavet
śrutaṁ caiva yatkaṇṭakākīrṇa mārgaṁ
svayaṁ svīkṛtaṁ naḥ sugaṁ kārayet ||
paraṁ sādhanaṁ nāma vīravratam
tadantaḥ sphuratvakṣayā dhyeyaniṣṭhā
hṛdantaḥ prajāgartu tīvrāniśam
vijetrī ca naḥ saṁhatā kāryaśaktir
vidhāyāsya dharmasya saṁrakṣaṇam
paraṁ vaibhavaṁ netumetat svarāṣṭraṁ
samarthā bhavatvāśiśā te bhṛśam || bhārata mātā kī jaya


નમસ્તે સદા વત્સલે માતૃભૂમે
ત્વયા હિન્દુભૂમે સુખં વર્ધિતોહમ્
મહામઙ્ગલે પુણ્યભૂમે ત્વદર્થે
પતત્વેષ કાયો નમસ્તે નમસ્તે
પ્રભો શક્તિમન્‌ હિન્દુરાષ્ટ્રાઙ્ગભૂતા
ઇમે સાદરં ત્વાં નમામો વયમ્
ત્વદીયાય કાર્યાય બધ્દા કટીયં
શુભામાશિષં દેહિ તત્પૂર્તયે
અજય્યાં ચ વિશ્વસ્ય દેહીશ શક્તિં
સુશીલં જગદ્યેન નમ્રં ભવેત્
શ્રુતં ચૈવ યત્કણ્ટકાકીર્ણ માર્ગં
સ્વયં સ્વીકૃતં નઃ સુગં કારયેત્
પરં સાધનં નામ વીરવ્રતમ્
તદન્તઃ સ્ફુરત્વક્ષયા ધ્યેયનિષ્ઠા
હૃદન્તઃ પ્રજાગર્તુ તીવ્રાનિશમ્‌
વિજેત્રી ચ નઃ સંહતા કાર્યશક્તિર્
વિધાયાસ્ય ધર્મસ્ય સંરક્ષણમ્‌
પરં વૈભવં નેતુમેતત્‌ સ્વરાષ્ટ્રં
સમર્થા ભવત્વાશિશા તે ભૃશમ્
ભારત માતા કી જય


ਨਮਸ੍ਤੇ ਸਦਾ ਵਤ੍ਸਲੇ ਮਾਤ੃ਭੂਮੇ
ਤ੍ਵਯਾ ਹਿਨ੍ਦੁਭੂਮੇ ਸੁਖਂ ਵਰ੍ਧਿਤੋਹਮ੍
ਮਹਾਮਙ੍ਗਲੇ ਪੁਣ੍ਯਭੂਮੇ ਤ੍ਵਦਰ੍ਥੇ
ਪਤਤ੍ਵੇ਷ ਕਾਯੋ ਨਮਸ੍ਤੇ ਨਮਸ੍ਤੇ
ਪ੍ਰਭੋ ਸ਼ਕ੍ਤਿਮਨ੍‌ ਹਿਨ੍ਦੁਰਾ਷੍ਟ੍ਰਾਙ੍ਗਭੂਤਾ
ਇਮੇ ਸਾਦਰਂ ਤ੍ਵਾਂ ਨਮਾਮੋ ਵਯਮ੍
ਤ੍ਵਦੀਯਾਯ ਕਾਰ੍ਯਾਯ ਬਧ੍ਦਾ ਕਟੀਯਂ
ਸ਼ੁਭਾਮਾਸ਼ਿ਷ਂ ਦੇਹਿ ਤਤ੍ਪੂਰ੍ਤਯੇ
ਅਜਯ੍ਯਾਂ ਚ ਵਿਸ਼੍ਵਸ੍ਯ ਦੇਹੀਸ਼ ਸ਼ਕ੍ਤਿਂ
ਸੁਸ਼ੀਲਂ ਜਗਦ੍ਯੇਨ ਨਮ੍ਰਂ ਭਵੇਤ੍
ਸ਼੍ਰੁਤਂ ਚੈਵ ਯਤ੍ਕਣ੍ਟਕਾਕੀਰ੍ਣ ਮਾਰ੍ਗਂ
ਸ੍ਵਯਂ ਸ੍ਵੀਕ੃ਤਂ ਨਃ ਸੁਗਂ ਕਾਰਯੇਤ੍
ਪਰਂ ਸਾਧਨਂ ਨਾਮ ਵੀਰਵ੍ਰਤਮ੍
ਤਦਨ੍ਤਃ ਸ੍ਫੁਰਤ੍ਵਕ੍਷ਯਾ ਧ੍ਯੇਯਨਿ਷੍ਠਾ
ਹ੃ਦਨ੍ਤਃ ਪ੍ਰਜਾਗਰ੍ਤੁ ਤੀਵ੍ਰਾਨਿਸ਼ਮ੍‌
ਵਿਜੇਤ੍ਰੀ ਚ ਨਃ ਸਂਹਤਾ ਕਾਰ੍ਯਸ਼ਕ੍ਤਿਰ੍
ਵਿਧਾਯਾਸ੍ਯ ਧਰ੍ਮਸ੍ਯ ਸਂਰਕ੍਷ਣਮ੍‌
ਪਰਂ ਵੈਭਵਂ ਨੇਤੁਮੇਤਤ੍‌ ਸ੍ਵਰਾ਷੍ਟ੍ਰਂ
ਸਮਰ੍ਥਾ ਭਵਤ੍ਵਾਸ਼ਿਸ਼ਾ ਤੇ ਭ੃ਸ਼ਮ੍ ਭਾਰਤ ਮਾਤਾ ਕੀ ਜਯ


নমস্তে সদা ঵ত্সলে মাতৃভূমে
ত্঵যা হিন্দুভূমে সুখং ঵র্ধিতোহম্
মহামঙ্গলে পুণ্যভূমে ত্঵দর্থে
পতত্঵েষ কাযো নমস্তে নমস্তে
প্রভো শক্তিমন্‌ হিন্দুরাষ্ট্রাঙ্গভূতা
ইমে সাদরং ত্঵াং নমামো ঵যম্
ত্঵দীযায কার্যায বধ্দা কটীযং
শুভামাশিষং দেহি তত্পূর্তযে
অজয্যাং চ ঵িশ্঵স্য দেহীশ শক্তিং
সুশীলং জগদ্যেন নম্রং ভ঵েত্
শ্রুতং চৈ঵ যত্কণ্টকাকীর্ণ মার্গং
স্঵যং স্঵ীকৃতং নঃ সুগং কারযেত্
পরং সাধনং নাম ঵ীর঵্রতম্
তদন্তঃ স্ফুরত্঵ক্ষযা ধ্যেযনিষ্ঠা
হৃদন্তঃ প্রজাগর্তু তী঵্রানিশম্‌
঵িজেত্রী চ নঃ সংহতা কার্যশক্তির্
঵িধাযাস্য ধর্মস্য সংরক্ষণম্‌
পরং ঵ৈভ঵ং নেতুমেতত্‌ স্঵রাষ্ট্রং
সমর্থা ভ঵ত্঵াশিশা তে ভৃশম্
ভারত মাতা কী জয


నమస్తే సదా వత్సలే మాతృభూమే
త్వయా హిన్దుభూమే సుఖం వర్ధితోహమ్
మహామఙ్గలే పుణ్యభూమే త్వదర్థే
పతత్వేష కాయో నమస్తే నమస్తే
ప్రభో శక్తిమన్‌ హిన్దురాష్ట్రాఙ్గభూతా
ఇమే సాదరం త్వాం నమామో వయమ్
త్వదీయాయ కార్యాయ బధ్దా కటీయం
శుభామాశిషం దేహి తత్పూర్తయే
అజయ్యాం చ విశ్వస్య దేహీశ శక్తిం
సుశీలం జగద్యేన నమ్రం భవేత్
శ్రుతం చైవ యత్కణ్టకాకీర్ణ మార్గం
స్వయం స్వీకృతం నః సుగం కారయేత్
పరం సాధనం నామ వీరవ్రతమ్
తదన్తః స్ఫురత్వక్షయా ధ్యేయనిష్ఠా
హృదన్తః ప్రజాగర్తు తీవ్రానిశమ్‌
విజేత్రీ చ నః సంహతా కార్యశక్తిర్
విధాయాస్య ధర్మస్య సంరక్షణమ్‌
పరం వైభవం నేతుమేతత్‌ స్వరాష్ట్రం
సమర్థా భవత్వాశిశా తే భృశమ్
భారత మాతా కీ జయ


ನಮಸ್ತೇ ಸದಾ ವತ್ಸಲೇ ಮಾತೃಭೂಮೇ
ತ್ವಯಾ ಹಿನ್ದುಭೂಮೇ ಸುಖಂ ವರ್ಧಿತೋಹಮ್
ಮಹಾಮಙ್ಗಲೇ ಪುಣ್ಯಭೂಮೇ ತ್ವದರ್ಥೇ
ಪತತ್ವೇಷ ಕಾಯೋ ನಮಸ್ತೇ ನಮಸ್ತೇ
ಪ್ರಭೋ ಶಕ್ತಿಮನ್‌ ಹಿನ್ದುರಾಷ್ಟ್ರಾಙ್ಗಭೂತಾ
ಇಮೇ ಸಾದರಂ ತ್ವಾಂ ನಮಾಮೋ ವಯಮ್
ತ್ವದೀಯಾಯ ಕಾರ್ಯಾಯ ಬಧ್ದಾ ಕಟೀಯಂ
ಶುಭಾಮಾಶಿಷಂ ದೇಹಿ ತತ್ಪೂರ್ತಯೇ
ಅಜಯ್ಯಾಂ ಚ ವಿಶ್ವಸ್ಯ ದೇಹೀಶ ಶಕ್ತಿಂ
ಸುಶೀಲಂ ಜಗದ್ಯೇನ ನಮ್ರಂ ಭವೇತ್
ಶ್ರುತಂ ಚೈವ ಯತ್ಕಣ್ಟಕಾಕೀರ್ಣ ಮಾರ್ಗಂ
ಸ್ವಯಂ ಸ್ವೀಕೃತಂ ನಃ ಸುಗಂ ಕಾರಯೇತ್
ಪರಂ ಸಾಧನಂ ನಾಮ ವೀರವ್ರತಮ್
ತದನ್ತಃ ಸ್ಫುರತ್ವಕ್ಷಯಾ ಧ್ಯೇಯನಿಷ್ಠಾ
ಹೃದನ್ತಃ ಪ್ರಜಾಗರ್ತು ತೀವ್ರಾನಿಶಮ್‌
ವಿಜೇತ್ರೀ ಚ ನಃ ಸಂಹತಾ ಕಾರ್ಯಶಕ್ತಿರ್
ವಿಧಾಯಾಸ್ಯ ಧರ್ಮಸ್ಯ ಸಂರಕ್ಷಣಮ್‌
ಪರಂ ವೈಭವಂ ನೇತುಮೇತತ್‌ ಸ್ವರಾಷ್ಟ್ರಂ
ಸಮರ್ಥಾ ಭವತ್ವಾಶಿಶಾ ತೇ ಭೃಶಮ್
ಭಾರತ ಮಾತಾ ಕೀ ಜಯ


നമസ്തേ സദാ വത്സലേ മാതൃഭൂമേ
ത്വയാ ഹിന്ദുഭൂമേ സുഖം വര്ധിതോഹമ്
മഹാമങ്ഗലേ പുണ്യഭൂമേ ത്വദര്ഥേ
പതത്വേഷ കായോ നമസ്തേ നമസ്തേ
പ്രഭോ ശക്തിമന്‌ ഹിന്ദുരാഷ്ട്രാങ്ഗഭൂതാ
ഇമേ സാദരം ത്വാം നമാമോ വയമ്
ത്വദീയായ കാര്യായ ബധ്ദാ കടീയം
ശുഭാമാശിഷം ദേഹി തത്പൂര്തയേ
അജയ്യാം ച വിശ്വസ്യ ദേഹീശ ശക്തിം
സുശീലം ജഗദ്യേന നമ്രം ഭവേത്
ശ്രുതം ചൈവ യത്കണ്ടകാകീര്ണ മാര്ഗം
സ്വയം സ്വീകൃതം നഃ സുഗം കാരയേത്
പരം സാധനം നാമ വീരവ്രതമ്
തദന്തഃ സ്ഫുരത്വക്ഷയാ ധ്യേയനിഷ്ഠാ
ഹൃദന്തഃ പ്രജാഗര്തു തീവ്രാനിശമ്‌
വിജേത്രീ ച നഃ സംഹതാ കാര്യശക്തിര്
വിധായാസ്യ ധര്മസ്യ സംരക്ഷണമ്‌
പരം വൈഭവം നേതുമേതത്‌ സ്വരാഷ്ട്രം
സമര്ഥാ ഭവത്വാശിശാ തേ ഭൃശമ്
ഭാരത മാതാ കീ ജയ


நமஸ்தே ஸ஦ா வத்ஸலே மாத௃஭ூமே
த்வயா ஹிந்஦ு஭ூமே ஸு஖ஂ வர்஧ிதோஹம்
மஹாமங்஗லே புண்ய஭ூமே த்வ஦ர்஥ே
பதத்வேஷ காயோ நமஸ்தே நமஸ்தே
ப்ர஭ோ ஶக்திமந்‌ ஹிந்஦ுராஷ்ட்ராங்஗஭ூதா
இமே ஸா஦ரஂ த்வாஂ நமாமோ வயம்
த்வ஦ீயாய கார்யாய ஬஧்஦ா கடீயஂ
ஶு஭ாமாஶிஷஂ ஦ேஹி தத்பூர்தயே
அஜய்யாஂ ச விஶ்வஸ்ய ஦ேஹீஶ ஶக்திஂ
ஸுஶீலஂ ஜ஗஦்யேந நம்ரஂ ஭வேத்
ஶ்ருதஂ சைவ யத்கண்டகாகீர்ண மார்஗ஂ
ஸ்வயஂ ஸ்வீக௃தஂ நஃ ஸு஗ஂ காரயேத்
பரஂ ஸா஧நஂ நாம வீரவ்ரதம்
த஦ந்தஃ ஸ்஫ுரத்வக்ஷயா ஧்யேயநிஷ்஠ா
ஹ௃஦ந்தஃ ப்ரஜா஗ர்து தீவ்ராநிஶம்‌
விஜேத்ரீ ச நஃ ஸஂஹதா கார்யஶக்திர்
வி஧ாயாஸ்ய ஧ர்மஸ்ய ஸஂரக்ஷணம்‌
பரஂ வை஭வஂ நேதுமேதத்‌ ஸ்வராஷ்ட்ரஂ
ஸமர்஥ா ஭வத்வாஶிஶா தே ஭௃ஶம் ஭ாரத மாதா கீ ஜய


Forever I bow to thee, O Loving Motherland! O Motherland of us Hindus, Thou hast brought me up in happiness. May my life, O great and blessed Holy Land, be laid down in Thy Cause. I bow to Thee again and again.
We the children of the Hindu Nation bow to Thee in reverence, O Almighty God. We have girded up our loins to carry on Thy work. Give us Thy holy blessings for its fulfillment. O Lord! Grant us such might as no power on earth can ever challenge, such purity of character as would command the respect of the whole world and such knowledge as would make easy the thorny path that we have voluntarily chosen.
May we be inspired with the spirit of stern heroism, that is sole and ultimate means of attaining the highest spiritual bliss with the greatest temporal prosperity. May intense and everlasting devotion to our ideal ever enthuse our hearts. May our victorious organised power of action, by Thy Grace, be wholly capable of protecting our dharma and leading this nation of ours to the highest pinnacle of glory.

Verse Translation in Hindi

A poet laureate from India has translated this Sanskrit prayer in Hindi. It was published in a book in the year 1992. The same verse translation is reproduced hereunder for the wikipedia viewers:

हे परम वत्सला मातृभूमि! तुझको प्रणाम शत कोटि बार।
हे महा मंगला पुण्यभूमि ! तुझ पर न्योछावर तन हजार।।
हे हिन्दुभूमि भारत! तूने, सब सुख दे मुझको बड़ा किया;
तेरा ऋण इतना है कि चुका, सकता न जन्म ले एक बार।
हे सर्व शक्तिमय परमेश्वर! हम हिंदुराष्ट्र के सभी घटक,
तुझको सादर श्रद्धा समेत, कर रहे कोटिशः नमस्कार।।
तेरा ही है यह कार्य हम सभी, जिस निमित्त कटिबद्ध हुए;
वह पूर्ण हो सके ऐसा दे, हम सबको शुभ आशीर्वाद।
सम्पूर्ण विश्व के लिये जिसे, जीतना न सम्भव हो पाये;
ऐसी अजेय दे शक्ति कि जिससे, हम समर्थ हों सब प्रकार।।
दे ऐसा उत्तम शील कि जिसके, सम्मुख हो यह जग विनम्र;
दे ज्ञान जो कि कर सके सुगम, स्वीकृत कन्टक पथ दुर्निवार।
कल्याण और अभ्युदय का, एक ही उग्र साधन है जो;
वह मेरे इस अन्तर में हो, स्फुरित वीरव्रत एक बार।।
जो कभी न होवे क्षीण निरन्तर, और तीव्रतर हो ऐसी;
सम्पूर्ण ह्र्दय में जगे ध्येय, निष्ठा स्वराष्ट्र से बढे प्यार।
निज राष्ट्र-धर्म रक्षार्थ निरन्तर, बढ़े संगठित कार्य-शक्ति;
यह राष्ट्र परम वैभव पाये, ऐसा उपजे मन में विचार।।