National symbols of Tajikistan
The national symbols of Tajikistan are defined in Article 3 of the Constitution of Tajikistan. They consist of the flag, the coat of arms, and the national anthem.
The national anthem, Surudi Milli
|English: National Anthem of Tajikistan|
National anthem of Tajikistan
|Music||Suleiman Yudakov, 1946|
"Surudi Milli" is the national anthem of Tajikistan, officially adopted in 1991. The lyrics were written by Gulnazar Keldi and the music by Suleiman Yudakov, the same melody from the Anthem of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic. Note the Cyrillic script is the only official script of the country and the Perso-Arabic script is not well known in the country itself and is just provided as a comparison to the Tajik language since it is a dialect of Persian.
|Tajik Cyrillic script (official)||Transliteration|
Диёри арҷманди мо,
Diyori arjmandi mo
|Rough English translation|
Our beloved country,
- Tajikistan: Surudi Milli - Audio of the national anthem of Tajikistan, with information and lyrics
- Himnuszok - A vocal version of the Anthem with the current lyrics, featured in Szbszig's "Himnuszok" website.
- Vocal of "Surudi Milli" with Soviet lyrics
- MIDI file