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Martial tradition of India: Female Warriors of Punjab

Although somewhat downplayed after independence, Indian women have fought along with their men counterparts to defend the country against foreign aggressors. In this article, the author talks about four great female warriors of Punjab. Know their saga of gallantry and get inspired.

Saga of unbelievable gallantry: Battle of Longewalla (1971) – Part-I

The Battle of Longewalla (1971) is being studied in every military college and military school in the world. Let us also know the details of this unbelievable saga of the gallantry of Indian soldiers. The author provides the details of this heroic battle in this two-part article. Read the first part.

Saga of gallantry: Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami, Ashok Chakra (Posthumous)

Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami of 9 Para (SF) was martyred on the night of 2nd-3rd September, 2015 in J&K fighting terrorists during heavy rain inside a dense forest. Till the last moments of his life, he fought the terrorists and saved his injured comrades. Know the true story of this great soldier who was awarded Ashok Chakra posthumously on 26th January, 2016.

Saga of gallantry: Know about the first Indian DFC

He went to England from Calcutta with his parents when he was less than two years old. But he made all Indians proud by his gallantry during the First World War. He was the first Indian to win the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFO), posthumously. Let us pay our respect to Indra Lal Roy, the gallant Officer of British Air Force, on his death centenary.

Forgotten and controversial: Pritam Singh, the saviour of Poonch

This is the true story of a great Indian soldier who saved the inhabitants and refugees of Poonch from the dirty hands of heartless marauders against overwhelming odds. Read the story of the unequal gallantry of Pritam Singh, nicknamed 'sher-bachha', and know how he saved Poonch in 1947-48.

Incredible saga of German gallantry: Fritz Christen-The One-man army

Throughout the history of warfare, there have been many last stands. But of these heroic events of gallantry and courage, the last stand of a single German soldier against a Tank Regiment of Red Army supported by a Battalion of Infantrymen stands out. Let us know about the gallant young soldier.
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