Quotes by Indian Army soldiers

Only soldiers are real life romantics, living embodiment of the promises that people make to their paramours, living for the love of their country and dying to prove it. Today, we bring some immortal words by the soldiers of Indian Army, some anonymous, some posthumous but each one as immortal as their author.

Facts About The Indian Armed Forces

Facts About The Indian Armed Forces That’ll Make You Respect Them Even More The Indian Armed Forces, consisting of the Indian Army, the Indian Air Force, the Indian Navy and the Indian Coast Guard are India’s shield and sword, which keep our interests safe, our enemies at bay and the people of our country secure […]

A Poem Worth Reading

He was getting old and paunchyAnd his hair was falling fast,And he sat around the Legion,Telling stories of the past. Of a war that he once fought inAnd the deeds that he had done,In his exploits with his buddies;They were heroes, every one. And ‘tho sometimes to his neighborsHis tales became a joke,All his buddies […]

Tribute to a Great Soldier – Lt Gen Harbaksh Singh

It is such jewels in the history of a nation that makes a people proud. 1965 war was indeed a lost war for India, but for the valour and Generalship of Gen Harbaksh Singh. Asal Uttar is a battle that should be studied for the tenacity and grit of 3 Cav and Deccan Horse who […]

Best of Fest – 2014

At the outset I would like to thank Niloufer and Rahul Singh for inviting me to this paradise on earth for, a veritable feast of Kasauli, Khushwant Singh, the Indian soldier and the girl child. This unique festival is dedicated to causes as dear to me as they were to Khushwant Singh. I was born […]

Please tell me Khushwant Singhji – Amrinder Bajaj

Please tell me Khushwant Singhji Have you really gone or, Played a prank on us, for, You ring the bell of memory Without a prior appointment. And creep into my thoughts to Have, imaginary chats with me; You laugh at my naughty jokes,  Which, as always, Fills me with elation. You flow with the ink […]

Main bhi khushwant – by Vipin Rishiraj

The last few literary works of the legendry writer were, `The Sunset Club’, `The Good, the Bad and The Ridiculous’ and `The Maharaja in Denims’, after which the writer’s pen fell silent & lifeless forever & stopped churning masterpieces, one after the other, which were eagerly awaited by his avid readers throughout India & abroad. […]