From: Sanjeev Nayyar
Namaskar & Vanakkam Friends,
15th January is Army Day. India owes a lot to its army. They not only protect the borders but also help in just about every natural calamity. Even make railway footbridges as one is being made in Mumbai. In Ladakh they run schools, vocational training centres and even make sanitary napkins. We must be proud of having a dedicated army. I only hope they are changing their systems and structures to keep pace with rapid developments taking place globally.
You can your Army by contributing to the Army Relief Fund. We offer three options in link one. You can pay tribute to the soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice by visiting the war memorials.
1. Contribute to Indian Army Relief Fund Two options are contributing to the army relief fund. The third is to a Army NGO which rehabs those who get disabled in action - this is based in Pune. https://www.esamskriti.com/sa/
2. Visit Kargil War Memorial. India's first televised war. Moral of this war - never let your guard down. https://www.esamskriti.com/a/
3. Rezang-la War Memorial Ladakh. 123 soldiers of the 12 Kumaon Regiment fought this war in November 1962, at a height of over 15,000 feet, killing atleast a 1,000 Chinese soldiers. Tributes to the brave team led by Major Shaitan Singh. https://www.esamskriti.com/a/
4. Siachen Base Camp. Only when you visit the camp and glacier do you know the difficult conditions in which jawans guard the borders. https://www.esamskriti.com/a/
5. Jaswantgarh War Memorial. This memorial is enroute to Tawang and made in memory of Team Jaswant Singh who fought the Chinese bravely in 1962. https://www.esamskriti.com/
6. Should the Indian Army being running schools in Jammu and Kashmir? During my 2016 trip covered various social service activities by the Army. Is the army suppose to runs schools? https://www.esamskriti.com/e/
7. Army Goodwill School Kargil. This is a lovely school with super facilities. Do see. Wish had studied there. https://www.esamskriti.com/a/
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