Nepali Ukhan Tukka – Smartphone App

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Nepali Ukhan Tukka App For Android Based Smartphones

Latest Version:
1.9 – released 2013-12-13

About this android app:

Nepali Ukhan Tukkas are sort of Nepali one liners full of wisdom, truth and sometimes satires. People use these ukhan tukkas in spoken Nepali language as well as in written literature. The original authors of these sayings are normally debated or unknown, but they have existed in our Nepali culture for a long time.

The “Nepali Ukhan Tukka” app lets you browse through hand picked, highly meaningful Ukhan Tukkas of Nepal. There are currently 172 Ukhans in our database. Navigation is easy through left and write arrow click. If you want a random Ukhan Tukka generated, just shake your phone or other android devices such as tablet.

If you know more Ukhan Tukkas and would like to contribute to us, the app contains three ways to reach to us. Also, provided in the app are direct download links to some of the other Nepali Apps that Sanjaal Corps has developed over time.

WORD OF CAUTION: This free app is ad supported. If you are bothered with Adverstisements appearing around the application occasionally, please do not install this app.

This application is developed by professionals at Sanjaal Corps laboratory. The images used are obtained from openclipart.org. Ukhan tuakkas are obtained from various resources including internet and books and were hand typed by us.

SDK Support:
This app supports android devices with sdk 2.2 and above

Google Market Link:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sanjaal.nepali.ukhantukka

Contact Us:
If you have any questions, concerns or feedback, please contact us by sending us an email to contact AT sanjaal DOT com

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Nepali Ukhan Tukka Android App By Sanjaal Corps / iCodeJava

Screenshots:

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Nepali Ukhan Tukka Android App By Sanjaal Corps / iCodeJava

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Nepali Ukhan Tukka Android App By Sanjaal Corps / iCodeJava

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Nepali Ukhan Tukka Android App By Sanjaal Corps / iCodeJava

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Nepali Ukhan Tukka Android App By Sanjaal Corps / iCodeJava

Release Notes:

v1.9
+ Upgraded to Leadbolt 6.1 – This will server ads faster without freezing the application

v1.8
+ Fixed an issue with AppFire for Crash Analytics.

v1.7
+ Fixed an issue with ad preventing exit from the app
+ Upgraded to LeadBolt 6.0
+ Included AppFire for better Analytics

v1.6
+ Added feature to allow users to rate the app after certain usage
+ Modified the look to have cool looking bluish buttons
+ Removed the Home Icon and Notification Bar advertisement to comply with Google’s app policy
+ Added Special Offers section with recommendations of some free cool apps
+ Added Direct Download links to Sanjaal’s other Nepali Apps
+ Upgraded to LeadBolt5.1a

v1.4

+ More Ukhan Added
+ Code Cleanup

v1.3
+ Few more Ukhans Added
+ Push Notifications for LeadBolt Added

v1.2
+ Revamped User Interface to have a better font, better background and more “Nepali” feeling
+ Added finger swipe feature – now you can navigate to previous or next Ukhans by swiping your fingers
+ Added a random soft button to help you generate a random Ukhan. (Alternately you can shake your phone to get a random Ukhan)
+ Linked more of our apps in “Our Apps” panel.

Nepali National Anthem – Smartphone Application

 

Latest Version:
1.7 – released 2013-12-13

About this android app:
“Nepali National Anthem” is an android application written for android based smartphones and tablets. This mobile application lets you play the patriotic national anthem “Sayaoun Thunga Phool Ka Hami” of Republic of Nepal in your android based devices – both phones and tablets. This application is developed by professionals at Sanjaal Corps laboratory. The musical note diagram is a courtesy of Wikipedia.The flags of Nepal and the national anthem music are used under “fair usage” policy and Sanjaal Corps neither has the right to the flag, nor to the lyrics, audio and the musical notations. The sound quality is pretty high definition and you can read the lyrics in English, romanized english along with Nepali language itself

SDK Support:
This app supports android devices with sdk 2.2 and above

Google Market Link:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sanjaal.android.nepalianthem

You can scan the following QR code with your android device to download this app.
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Contact Us:
If you have any questions, concerns or feedback, please contact us by sending us an email to contact AT sanjaal DOT com

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Screenshot – Nepali National Anthem Android App

Screenshots:

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Screenshot – Nepali National Anthem Android App

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Screenshot – Nepali National Anthem Android App

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Screenshot – Nepali National Anthem Android App

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Screenshot – Nepali National Anthem Android App

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Screenshot – Nepali National Anthem Android App

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Screenshot – Nepali National Anthem Android App

About Nepali National Anthem:

After the unanimous decision on May 19, 2006, by the House of Representatives (Pratinidhi Sabha) of the Kingdom of Nepal, the old national anthem was suspended. The National Anthem Selection Task Team (NASTT) on 30 November 2006, selected poet Byakul Maila’s (real name: Pradeep Kumar Rai) song as the new national anthem of Nepal. The new national anthem was selected from a total of 1272 submissions made from across the country. It was officially approved on 20 April 2007.On August 3, 2007, Sayaun Thunga Phool Ka was officially declared as Nepal’s national anthem by the House of Representatives.

Release Notes:
v1.7
+ Upgraded to Leadbolt 6.1 – This will server ads faster without freezing the application

v1.6
+ Fixed a bug that prevented users from normally exiting the app
+ Added AppFire for better analytics of App Crashes
+ Upgraded to LeadBolt 6.0
+ Added ways to re-engage users

v1.5
+ Revamped User Interface
+ Added Lyrics in Nepali
+ Re-worked on Musical Notes
+ Added Direct Download links to our other Nepali applications.
+ Removed the Notification Bar advertisement to comply with Google’s app policy
+ Removed the Home Icon advertisement to comply with Google’s App Policy
+ Added feature to allow users to rate the app after certain usage
+ Modified the look to have golden background for buttons and some text fields
+ Added Special Offers section with recommendations of some free cool apps
+ Fixed some bugs that caused the app to crash on certain phones

Indonesian National Anthem – Smartphone Application

Latest Version:
1.7 released on 2013-12-12

About this android app:
“Indonesian National Anthem” is an android application written for android based smartphones and tablets. This mobile application lets you play the patriotic national anthem “Indonesia Tanah Airku” of Indonesia in your android based devices – both phones and tablets. This application is developed by professionals at Sanjaal Corps laboratory. The musical note diagram is a courtesy of Wikipedia.The flags of Indonesia and the national anthem music are used under “fair usage” policy and Sanjaal Corps neither has the right to the flag, nor to the lyrics, audio and the musical notations.

SDK Support:
This app supports android devices with sdk 2.2 and above

Google Market Link:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sanjaal.android.indonesiananthem

You can scan the following QR code on your android device to download this app.

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Contact Us:
If you have any questions, concerns or feedback, please contact us by sending us an email to contact AT sanjaal DOT com

Screenshots:
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About Indonesian National Anthem:
Indonesia Raya is the national anthem of the Republic of Indonesia. The song was introduced by its composer, Wage Rudolf Supratman, on 28 October 1928 during the Second Indonesian Youth Congress in Batavia. The song marked the birth of the all-archipelago nationalist movement in Indonesia that supported the idea of one single “Indonesia” as successor to the Dutch East Indies, rather than split into several colonies.

The first stanza of Indonesia Raya was chosen as the national anthem when Indonesia proclaimed its independence at 17 August 1945.

Indonesia Raya is played in flag raising ceremonies. The flag is raised in a solemn and timed motion so that it reaches the top of the flagpole as the anthem ends. The main flag raising ceremony is held annually on 17 August to commemorate Independence day. The ceremony is led by the President of Indonesia.

In 1928, youths from across Indonesia held the first Indonesian Youth Congress, an official meeting to push for the independence of the nation. Upon hearing about the efforts, young reporter Wage Rudolf Supratman contacted the organizers of Congress with the intention of reporting the story, but they requested that he not publish the story from fear of Dutch colonial authorities. The organizers wanted to avoid suspicion so that the Dutch would not ban the event. Supratman promised them this, and the organizers allowed him free access to the event. Supratman, who was also a musician and also a teacher, was inspired by the meetings and intended to write a song for the conference. After receiving encouragement from the conference leader Sugondo Djojopuspito, Supratman played on the violin the song Indonesia with the hope that it would someday become a national anthem. He kept the script to himself because he felt that it was not the appropriate time to announce it.

Supratman first performed Indonesia on the violin on 28 October 1928 during the Second Indonesian Youth Congress.

Release Notes:
v1.7
+ Upgraded to LeadBolt 6.1 to fix an issue with slow loading of advertisements or even freezing the application.

v1.6
+ Now you can see the anthem lyrics in translated English.
+ Added the anthem history information.
+ Fixed an bug that prevented users from normal exit out of the application
+ Fixed an issue with slow performance
+ Added AppFire for better Analytics
+ Upgraded to LeadBolt 6

v1.5
+ Removed the Notification Bar and Home Icon advertisement to comply with Google’s app policy
+ Added feature to allow users to rate the app after certain usage
+ Modified the look and feel slightly
+ Added Special Offers section with recommendations of some free cool apps
+ Fixed some bugs that caused the app to crash on certain phones

Pakistani National Anthem – Smartphone Application


Latest Version:
1.6 – released on 2013-12-12

 

About this android app:
“Pakistani National Anthem” is an android application written for android based smartphones and tablets. This mobile application lets you play the patriotic national anthem “Pak Shar Zameen Shadbad” of Pakistan in your android based devices – both phones and tablets. This application is developed by professionals at Sanjaal Corps laboratory. The musical note diagram is a courtesy of Wikipedia.The flags of Pakistan and the national anthem music are used under “fair usage” policy and Sanjaal Corps neither has the right to the flag, nor to the lyrics, audio and the musical notations.

 

SDK Support:
This app supports android devices with sdk 2.0.1 and above

 

Google Market Link:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sanjaal.android.pakistanianthem

 

Contact Us:
If you have any questions, concerns or feedback, please contact us by sending us an email to contact AT sanjaal DOT com

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Pakistani National Anthem v1.4 – Android App By Sanjaal Corps

Screenshots:

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Pakistani National Anthem v1.4 – Android App By Sanjaal Corps

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Pakistani National Anthem v1.4 – Android App By Sanjaal Corps

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Pakistani National Anthem v1.4 – Android App By Sanjaal Corps

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Pakistani National Anthem v1.4 – Android App By Sanjaal Corps

More Information On Pakistani National Anthem:

The Qaumi Tarana is the National Anthem of Pakistan. The words “Qaumi Tarana” in Urdu literally translate to “National Anthem”. The Pakistani national anthem is unique in that its music preceded its lyrics, which are in Persian. At independence, on August 14, 1947, Pakistan had a different national anthem written by Prof. Jagannath Azad, who had been asked by the Quaid, Mr. Mohammed Ali Jinnah, to write the very first national anthem of Pakistan. Prof. Azad’s aa sarzameen paak was, in fact, Pakistan’s first national anthem, until it was later replaced by the current anthem. The flag itself had only been approved by the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan three days earlier.The current national anthem of Pakistan was written by a Muslim writer named Abu-Al-Asar Hafeez Jullundhri.

In early 1948, A. R. Ghani from Transvaal, South Africa, offered two prizes of five thousand rupees each for the poet and composer of a new national anthem. The prizes were announced through a Government press note published in June 1948. In December 1948, a National Anthem Committee (NAC) was formed, initially chaired by the Information Secretary, Sheikh Muhammad Ikram. Committee members included several politicians, poets and musicians such as Abdur Rab Nishtar, Ahmed Chagla and Hafeez Jullundhri. The committee had some difficulty at first in finding suitable music and lyrics.

In 1950, the impending state visit of the Shah of Iran resulted in the Government asking the NAC to submit an anthem without delay. The committee chairman, Federal Minister for Education, Fazlur Rahman, asked several poets and composers to write lyrics but none of the submitted works were deemed suitable. The NAC also examined several different tunes and eventually selected the one presented by Chagla and submitted it for formal approval. Chagla produced the musical composition in collaboration with another committee member and assisted by the Pakistan Navy band.

The music of the anthem was composed by Ahmed Ghulamali Chagla, with lyrics written by Abu-Al-Asar Hafeez Jullundhri. The three stanza composition was officially adopted in 1954. However, the music for the anthem had been composed in 1950 and had been used on several occasions before official adoption. The composition is unique in a way that no part of the anthem repeats itself. The lyrics allude to a “Sacred Land” referring to Pakistan and a “Flag of the Crescent and Star” referring to the national flag. Unofficially, the anthem is sometimes referred to by its first line “Pak sarzamin shad bad” (Urdu: “Blessed be the sacred land”). The national anthem is played during any event involving the hoisting of the flag.

The anthem without lyrics was performed for Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan and later for the National Anthem Committee on August 10, 1950. Although it was approved for playing during the visit of the Shah, official recognition was not given until August 1954.[5] The anthem was also played during the Prime Minister’s visit to the United States. The NAC distributed records of the composed tune amongst prominent poets, who responded by writing and submitting several hundred songs for evaluation by the NAC. Eventually, the lyrics written by Jullundhri were approved and the new national anthem was first played properly on Radio Pakistan on August 13, 1954. Official approval was announced by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting on August 16, 1954.

Release Notes:
v1.6
+ Upgraded to LeadBolt 6.1 to fix an issue with slow loading of advertisements or even freezing the application.

v1.5
+ Added Lyrics in Urdu language
+ Fixed an error which was preventing normal exit from the application
+ Upgraded to LeadBolt 6 API
+ Added AppFire for better Analytics on app crashes
+ Added ways to re-engage users

v1.4
+ Modified the theme
+ Modified the look to have golden background for buttons and some text fields
+ Added contact info
+ Removed the Notification Bar and Home Icon advertisement to comply with Google’s app policy
+ Added feature to allow users to rate the app after certain usage
+ Added Special Offers section with recommendations of some free cool apps
+ Fixed some bugs that caused the app to crash on certain phones

Bangladesh National Anthem (Android App)

App Icon for Bangladeshi National Anthem App

Latest Version:
1.8 – released 2013-11-20

About the App:

This app plays the national anthem of Bangladesh ‘Amar Shonar Bangla’ (full version). You can pause, play or stop the music at any time. We also have provided the full text lyrics and the musical note. This is a must have app for all patriotic hard working Bangladeshi citizens who love their country and the fellow Bangladeshi people. Please help us promote this app to all Bangladeshi friends and families by sharing the app link on your facebook or directly emailing to them.

We always value your feedback for app improvement. Please send us your comments to contact@sanjaal.com

SDK Support:
This app support phones with SDK version 2.2 and above.

App Link on Google Play:
You can find the App in google Play at:
http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sanjaal.android.bangladeshianthem

You can scan the QR code below on your phone to go to the download page.

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Scan this QR code from your cellphone to download this app

Contact Us:
If you have any questions, concerns or feedback, please contact us by sending us an email to contact AT sanjaal DOT com

App Screen Shots:
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ABOUT AMAR SHONAR BANGLA:
[Text Credit: Wikipedia, Creative Commons]

Amar Shonar Bangla (Bengali: আমার সোনার বাংলা, “My Golden Bengal”) is a 1905 song written and composed by the Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore (defender of an undivided India), the first ten lines of which were adopted in 1972 as the Bangladeshi national anthem.
The word shonar literally means ‘made of gold’, but in the song shonar Bangla may be interpreted to either express the preciousness of Bengal or a reference to the colour of paddy fields before harvest.

The song was written in 1905 during the period of Bongobhanga (Bôngobhôngo – 1905 Partition of Bengal) – when the ruling British empire had the province of Bengal (of undivided India) split into two parts; the decision on the Partition of Bengal was announced on 19 July 1905 by then Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon. The partition took effect on 16 October 1905. This divide of Bengal was along communal lines — East Bengal had a majority of Muslims, while West Bengal had a majority of Hindus. This partition is claimed to have undermined India’s national movement against British imperialism, and is said to have been politically motivated. This song, along with a host of others, was written by Tagore, a pioneer of the cultural and political movement against this partition. These songs were meant to rekindle the unified spirit of Bengal, to raise public consciousness against the communal, political divide.

The lyrics first appeared in the September issues of “Bongodorshon” and “Baul” simultaneously, in 1905. The song along with the musical notation (referred to as swaralipi in Bengali), first appeared in the periodical musical journal Shongeet Biggnan Probeshika in the same month and year. Indira Devi, Tagore’s niece, Satyendranath Tagore’s daughter, jotted down the musical notation hearing it from Tagore himself (this was the common norm, Tagore singing the song, and someone formally jotting down the musical notations). It is said that the music of this song was inspired by the Baul singer Gagan Harkara’s song “Ami Kothay Pabo Tare”. (কোথায় পাবো তারে)[2]

The first 10 lines of this song constitute the national anthem of Bangladesh. It was adopted in 1972 after the independence of Bangladesh. The English translation was done by Syed Ali Ahsan.

Features / Release Notes:
v1.8
+ Upgraded to LeadBolt 6.1
+ Fixed some performance issues

v1.7
+ Added Anthem History
+ Added Lyrics in Bangla font
+ Reformatted musical note to fit on the screen
+ Modified the background slightly with blue “Amar Shonar Bangla” text
+ Slight UI Changes

v1.6
+ Fixed a bug that was not allowing an exit from the home page when exit ad displayed
+ Upgraded to leadbolt 1.6 with app re-engagement feature allowing users to return to the application.

v1.5
+ Fixed an error where the App Rater was opening a different app to rate.

v1.4
+ Fixed an error where with App Rater

Version 1.3
+ Removed the Notification Bar advertisement to comply with Google’s app policy
+ Removed the Home Icon advertisement to comply with Google’s App Policy
+ Added feature to allow users to rate the app after certain usage
+ Modified the look to have golden background for buttons and some text fields
+ Added Special Offers section with recommendations of some free cool apps
+ Fixed some bugs that caused the app to crash on certain phones
+ Added the Exit Ad feature

DISCLAIM:
The music used in this app is NOT a original work of the app author or Sanjaal Corps. The original credit goes to the original authors who created the song. We have used the music under fair usage to promote Bangladesh and Bangladeshi culture to the world !! Copyright infringements are not intended. Please contact us at contact@sanjaal.com for any questions or inquiries.