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Heroes Of Wars From Uttarakhand - देश की रक्षा में शहीद उत्तराखंड रणबाकुरे

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एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:


देश की रक्षा में उत्तराखंड के वीर सैनिको ने हर युद्घ में वीरता और कौशलता दिखाई है और देश के लिए अपनी प्राणों की आहुति दे है ! अगर कहा जाय उत्तराखंड के सैनिको का राज्य है तो इसमें दो राय नहीं! उत्तराखंड राज्य का करीब हर परिवार के एक आदमी सेना में सेवारत है !

इस थ्रेड में हम उत्तराखंड के राज्य से विभिन्न युधो में देश की रक्षा में शहीद सैनिको के बारे में जानकारी देंगे !

उम्मीद है आप भी में जानकारी शेयर करंगे !

एम् एस मेहता  

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:

Gobar Singh Negi

Gabbar Singh Negi VC (October 1893 - 1915) was a Indian soldier, and recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest Commonwealth award for gallantry "in the face of the enemy", during the First World War.

Singh was born October 1893. When he was 21 years old, and a Rifleman in the 2/39th Garhwal Rifles, Indian Army during the First World War, and was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions on 10 March 1915 at Neuve Chapelle, France:

"during an attack on the German position Rifleman Gobar Singh Negi was one of a bayonet party with bombs who entered their main trench, and was the first man to go round each traverse, driving back the enemy until they were eventually forced to surrender. He was killed during this engagement."


एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:

Soliders from Uttarakhand who scarified their lives for mother land uring the Kargil War :


1)   Maj Vivek Gupta, Maveer Chakra, Dehradoon
2)   Squadron leader, Rajiv Pundhir, Derahdoon
3)   Nayak Anand Singh, Sakotgarh, Chamoli
4)   Rifle Man Umesh Chandra Parkhandi, Ukimath
5)   Sep Kailash Rautela

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:

उत्तराखंड के कुछ हीरो जिन्होंने कारगिल युद्घ में देश के लिए अपने प्राण निछावर किया :

     १)   नायक कश्मीर सिह, वीर चक्र देहरादून
   २)  रायफल मैन कुलदीप सिह, वीर चक्र, भितायी, तल्ली (पौडी गरवाल)
     ३)  किशन सिह भूयानी, टिहरी गरवाल
   ४)  सिपाही कैलाश कुमार, ऋषिकेश
   ५) रायफल मैन कर्मेन्द्र सिह, रुद्रप्रयाग
   ६)  सिपाही जवाहर सिह अबोली, पिथोरागढ़
   ७) रायफल मैन जयसिह नेगी, देहरादून
   ८)  रायफल मैन जयदीप सिह, गरवाल
   ९)  रायफल मैन जमन सिह, पिथोरागढ़
   १०) रायफल मैन डबल सिह, आयल, गरवाल

The information taken from our member Shre Pooran Chandra Kandpal's book "Kargil ke Ranbakure".

एम.एस. मेहता /M S Mehta 9910532720:
Rajesh Singh Adhikari

Major Rajesh Singh Adhikari, MVC was an Indian Army officer who died during the Kargil War. He was posthumously awarded the second highest Indian military honour - the Maha Vir Chakra for bravery on the battlefield.

Rajesh Singh Adhikari was brought up in Nainital, a picturesque hill station in northern India. He attended the prestigious St. Joseph's College and Kumaon University at Nainital.

Life in the Indian Army

He attended the Indian Military Academy, a premier military academy in India. After passing out of the Academy, he joined the 18th Grenadiers[Mech. Infantry] of the Indian Army.

When heavy fighting broke out in the Kargil region of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir owing to planned infiltration by militants backed by the Pakistan army, the Indian Army was ordered to clear the heights of those intruders. Many tough battles took place in the region. It was one of the most significant battles, the Battle of Tololing, where Rajesh made a valiant sacrifice. He was posthumously awarded the second highest Indian Army decoration - Maha Vir Chakra for his actions in the battle



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