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Ey Irân
English: Ey Iran
ای ایران

Unofficial anthem of  Iran
Former national anthem of the Interim Government of Iran
LyricsHossein Gol-e-Golab
MusicRuhollah Khaleghi
Adopted1979
Audio sample

Ey Iran (Persian: ای ایران‎, [ʔej ʔiːˈɾɒːn]) is an Iranian popular patriotic song, which many Iranians consider[weasel words] the unofficial de facto national anthem of Iran.[citation needed]

History

People singing Ey Iran anthem at Oberhausen Arena in March 2014
People singing Ey Iran anthem at Oberhausen Arena in March 2014

"Ey Irān" anthem was composed in 1944 in Tehran. The lyrics were written by Hossein Gol-e-Golab and the music was composed by Ruhollah Khaleqi, and it was first performed and recorded by the classical Persian music singer Gholam-Hossein Banan.

Gol-e-Golab was inspired to write the song by patriotism. He has been quoted to have said: "In 1944, the footsteps of the invading armies in the streets were enough to rattle any patriot and inspired me to write this anthem. Professor Ruhollâh Kâleqi wrote the music and despite all the political opposition, it found its way into the heart and soul of the people."

For decades, many groups and singers have performed "Ey Irân". Among the most popular renditions is a 1991 version arranged for voice, choir and orchestra by Golnuš Xāleqi, daughter of Rowhollāh Xāleqi. In this version the vocal soloist was Rashid Vatandust and Esfandiar Gharabaghi.

Lyrics

The official lyrics below in Persian are represented in the Perso-Arabic script,[1][2][3] along with the romanization of Persian as well as an IPA transcription.

Perso-Arabic script
UniPers Latin alphabet
IPA transcription

١
ای ایران ای مرز پرگهر
ای خاکت سرچشمه هنر
دور از تو اندیشه بدان
پاینده مانی تو جاودان
ای دشمن ار تو سنگ خاره‌ای من آهنم
جان من فدای خاک پاک میهنم

:برگردان
مهر تو چون شد پیشه‌ام
دور از تو نیست اندیشه‌ام
در راه تو کی ارزشی دارد این جان ما
پاینده باد خاک ایران ما

٢
سنگ کوهت در و گوهر است
خاک دشتت بهتر از زر است
مهرت از دل کی برون کنم
برگو بی‌مهر تو چون کنم
تا گردش جهان و دور آسمان به پاست
نور ایزدی همیشه رهنمای ماست

برگردان

٣
ایران ای خرم بهشت من
روشن از تو سرنوشت من
گر آتش بارد به پیکرم
جز مهرت در دل نپرورم
از آب و خاک و مهر تو سرشته شد گلم
مهر اگر برون رود تهی شود دلم

برگردان

I
Ey Irân ey marze por gohar
Ey xâkat sarcešmeye honar
Dur az to andišeye badân
Pâyande mâni to jâvedân
Ey došman ar to sange xâreyi, man âhanam
Jâne man fadâye xâke pâke mihanam

Bargardân:
Mehre to con šod pišeam
Dur az to nist andišeam
Dar râhe to key arzeši dârad in jâne mâ
Pâyande bâd xâke Irâne mâ

II
Sange kuhat dorro gohar ast
Xâke daštat behtar az zarast
Mehrat az del key borun konam
Bargu bimehre to cun konam
Tâ gardeše jahâno dowre âsemân bepâst
Nure izadi hamiše rahnamâye mâst

Bargardân

III
Irân ey xorram behešte man
Rowšan az to sarnevešte man
Gar âtaš bârad be peykaram
Joz mehrat dar del naparvaram
Az âbo xâko mehre to serešte šod gelam
Mehr agar borun ravad tohi šavad delam

Bargardân

1
[ej iːɾɒːn ej mæɾze poɾ ɡohæɾ]
[ej xɒːkæt sæɾtʃeʃmeje honæɾ]
[duːɾ æz to ændiːʃeje bædɒːn]
[pɒːjænde mɒːniː to dʒɒːvedɒːn]
[ej doʃmæn æɾ to sæŋɡe xɒːɾejiː | mæn ɒːhænæm]
[dʒɒːne mæn fædɒːje xɒːke pɒːke miːhænæm]

[bæɾgæɾdɒːn]
[mehɾe to tʃon ʃod piːʃeæm]
[duːɾ æz to niːst ændiːʃeæm]
[dæɾ rɒːhe to kej æɾzeʃiː dɒːɾæd iːn dʒɒːne mɒː]
[pɒːjænde bɒːd xɒːke iːɾɒːne mɒː]

2
[sæŋɡe kuːhæt doro ɡohæɾ æst]
[xɒːke dæʃtæt behtæɾ æz zæɾæst]
[mehɾæt æz del kej boɾuːn konæm]
[bæɾɡuː biːmehɾe to tʃuːn konæm]
[tɒː ɡæɾdeʃe dʒæhɒːno dowɾe ɒːsemɒːn bepɒːst]
[nuːɾe iːzædiː hæmiːʃe ræhnæmɒːje mɒːst]

[bæɾgæɾdɒːn]

3
[iːɾɒːn ej xoræm beheʃte mæn]
[rowʃæn æz to sæɾneveʃte mæn]
[ɡæɾ ɒːtæʃ bɒːɾæd be pejkæɾæm]
[dʒoz mehɾæt dæɾ del næpæɾvæɾæm]
[æz ɒːbo xɒːko mehɾe to seɾeʃte ʃod ɡelæm]
[mehɾ æɡæɾ boɾuːn rævæd tohiː ʃævæd delæm]

[bæɾgæɾdɒːn]

English translations

Literal translation Figurative translation[4]

I
O Iran, o bejeweled land
O, your soil is the wellspring of virtues
Far from you may the thoughts of evil be
May you remain lasting and eternal
O enemy, if you are of stone, I am of iron
May my life be sacrificed for the pure soil of my motherland

Chorus:
Since your love became my calling
My thoughts are never far from you
In your cause, when do our lives have value?
May the land of our Iran be eternal.

II
The stones of your mountains are jewels and pearls
The soil of your valleys are better than gold
When could I rid my heart of your affection?
Tell me, what will I do without your affection?
As long as the turning of the earth and the cycling of the sky lasts
The light of the Divine will always guide us

Chorus

III
Iran, o my green paradise
Bright is my fate because of you
If fire rains on my body
Other than your love I will not cherish in my heart
Your water, soil and love molded my clay
If your love leaves my heart it will become barren

Chorus

I
O Iran, the land of gems abound
Thy soil nurtures artisans aplenty
Far be from you the foes’ intentions
May you remain permanent and eternal
O enemy, if you’re made of rock, I'm made of iron
My life I sacrifice for the noble soil of my land

Chorus:
Thy love has become my preoccupation
My thoughts are never far from you
For thee my life is not worthy
May the land of Iran be eternal

II
Thy mountains are made of gems and jewels
The soil of thy fields better than gold
Tell me what to do without your love
If ever I exclude it from my heart
While the universe and the heavens revolve
The light of Yazdan will forever brighten our path

Chorus

III
Iran my beautiful paradise
Bright is my destiny because of you
Even if fire rains on my body
Only your love I’ll flourish in my heart
I am made of thy love, water and earth
Should love leave, earthen will become my heart

Chorus

See also

Notes

References

External links

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