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Again in his letter of 19 March 1939 he writes, " I should only insult myself if I cared to answer those who consider me capable of such unbounded stupidity as to sing in praise of George the Fourth or George the Fifth as the Eternal Charioteer leading the pilgrims on their journey through countless ages of the timeless history of mankind. (Purvasa, Phalgun, 1354, p738.) Mr Jere is not therefore correct in saying that Ravindranath never gave any explanation. I accept Tagore's explanation as the spirit behind this song. During our freedom struggle, outstanding patriots from Bengal like Chittaranjan Daas and Subhashchandra Bose, had praised this song (Jana Gana Mana) as Patriotic and National. Thousands had sung it for gaining inspiration during our freedom struggle. Whatever has been written by those who did not like Tagore, must be discarded. Just as we must discard remarks about Shivaji by merchants of East India Company or Muslim chroniclers. In their opinion Shivaji was nothing but a bandit and was worth sending to hell. How can we rely on anti-Tagore Anglo-Indian papers or the likes of 'Shanivarer Chithi'? Mr Jere relies on the book Indian National Anthem edited by Mr Prabodhachandra Sen and published by Vishvabharati, which quotes Statesman and Shanivarer Chithi. But the same book also contains the references that I have quoted. Why did not Mr Jere consider those? The book also contains remarks by Tagore.
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