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A SALUTE TO.    

OF KARGIL WAR    
     
THE LETTER WRITTEN BY ONE OF THE JAWAANS TO HIS FAMILY. SALUTE THEM FOR ALL THEIR SACRIFICE ..

READ THE LETTER BELOW

WE RECAPTURED OUR LAST HILL FROM PAKISTAN
BUT WE LOST OUR MOST VALUABLE, GREAT WARRIORS, BRAVE BROTHERS .TODAY IT'S TIME TO REMEMBER THEM

KARGIL'S FIRST HERO
Lt.Saurabh Kalia

His Uniform as a memory

Capt.Vikram Batra

Param Vir Chakra(Posthumous)

 

Grenedier. Yogendra Singh 

Param Vir Chakra 

 

RFN .Sanjay Kumar

Param Vir Chakra 

Of the 2nd Battalion of The RAJPUTANA RIFLES

 

Major Padmapani Acharya,

Maha Vir Chakra (Posthumous)

Of the 2nd Battalion of The RAJPUTANA RIFLES

 

Lieutenant Balwan Singh,  

Maha Vir Chakra

Of the 18th Battalion of GRENADIERS Regiment

Major M Saravanan,

VirChakra,

1Bihar

 

Lieutenant Kanad Bhattacharya,

Sena Medal (Posthumous) (22 YEARS)

 

Captain Saju Cherian,

Sena Medal

307 Medium Regiment

Lieutenant Keishing Clifford Nangrum,

Maha Vir Chakra (Posthumous)   

Of the 12th Battalion of JAMMU AND KASHMIR Light Infantry

 

Captain R Jerry Prem Raj,  

Vir Chakra (Posthumous),

158 Medium Regiment

 

 

Major Sonam Wangchuk,

Maha Vir Chakra


Of the LADAKH Scouts  

 

 

 

Capt.Vijayant Thapar (Robin)

VirChakra,

Of the 2nd Battalion of The RAJPUTANA RIFLES


He Laid  down for OUR BETTER TOMORROW

At the age of  only  22


 

Officers & Jawans from the 2nd Rajputana Rifles pray before going into battle, to get back Tololing Top. Behind the jawan in the foreground (with a 5.56mm INSAS rifle) is Captain Vijayant Thapar <http://www.captainvijyantthapar.com/> . His face is partly hidden and is seen sporting a beard. Lieutenant Thapar laid down his life, in the capture of Tololing Top and was awarded the Vir Chakra posthumously for his valour



Major Padmapani Acharya, 2nd Rajputana Rifles, leads his men into battle after the successful capture of Tololing Top. The 2 Raj.  Rifles' next assignment was to capture the Knoll mountain feature in the Black Rock area, which is in the Drass sub-sector. It was here, that Major Acharya laid down his life in the highest traditions of the Indian Army on 29 June 1999. He was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra, posthumously .

Making the way through narrow valley

 

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The Leh-Batalik road is as notorious as the Srinagar-Kargil road. At its beginning lie staging areas, at its end fierce fighting and often, death. Jawans patrol the rugged slopes near Batalik. For them, there is little time for rest and little time to think, always poised on the edge of action.

Capt.Vijayant Thapar (Robin)
He Laid  down for OUR BETTER TOMORROW

At the age of  only  22

Lieutenant Thapar 2nd Rajputana Rifles laid down his life, in the capture of Tololing Top and was awarded the Vir Chakra posthumously for his valour.

Captain Vijayant Thapar <http://www.captainvijyantthapar.com/> .

                  

His Last Letter to his parents

Moments before the final assault Capt. Vijyant Thapar (Robin) left this letter at the war front base, to be handed over to his family.

               

AND AFTER THAT

HE CAME BACK HOME WITH TRI COLOR DRAPED

 

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Jawans from the 2nd Rajputana Rifles, remember their 23 comrades who fell in the decisive battle for the Tololing Top. The battalion earned four Maha Vir Chakras, one of India 's highest medals for gallantry, three of them being awarded posthumously.

 

Captain (Dr.) Rajshree Gupta, Army Medical Corps (AMC), salutes the tricolour-draped coffin of her husband, Major Vivek Gupta of the 2nd Rajputana Rifles, who died fighting the enemies.

KINDLY SPARE A MAIL TO FORWARD THIS TO YOUR FRIENDS

JAI HIND

  Larry Vaincourt has been writing for many years and has been published across Canada

and the United States; this poem was first published in 1987 in his newspaper column.

The poem has been edited to give the desired contents

JUST A COMMON SOLDIER

(A Soldier Died Today)
by A. Lawrence Vaincourt

He was getting  old and paunchy and his hair was falling fast,
And he sat around the Legion,telling stories of the past.
Of a war that he had fought in and
the deeds that he had done,
In his exploits with his buddies; they were heroes, every one.

And tho' sometimes, to his neighbors, his tales became a joke,
All his Legion buddies listened, for they knew whereof he spoke.
But we'll hear his tales no longer for old Bill has passed away,
And the world's a little poorer, for a soldier died today.

He will not be mourned by many, just his children and his wife,
For he lived an ordinary and quite uneventful life.
Held a job and raised a family, quietly going his own way,
And the world won't note his passing, though a soldier died today .

He was just a common soldier and his ranks are growing thin,
But his presence should remind us we may need his like again.
For when countries are in conflict, then we find the soldier's part
Is to clean up all the troubles that some people start.

If we cannot do him honor while he's here to hear the praise,
Then at least let's give him homage at the ending of his days.
Perhaps just a simple headline in a paper that would say,
Our Country is in mourning,for a soldier died today.

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