“Kargil: Ek Yatri Ki Jubani” Book Released by MoS Ajay Bhatt Pays Tribute to Kargil War Heroes

"Kargil: Ek Yatri Ki Jubani" Book Released by MoS Ajay Bhatt Pays Tribute to Kargil War Heroes
"Kargil: Ek Yatri Ki Jubani" Book Released by MoS Ajay Bhatt Pays Tribute to Kargil War Heroes

Ajay Bhatt, the Minister of State (MoS) in the Ministry of Defence (MoD), presided over a poignant ceremony at the Constitution Club of India, New Delhi, where the book and illustrations titled “Kargil: Ek Yatri Ki Jubani” (Hindi Edition) were formally introduced to the public. Authored by the esteemed writer Rishi Raj, the book, published by Prabhat Prakashan, stands as a heartfelt tribute to the valiant martyrs of the Kargil War, underscoring their unwavering dedication to the nation’s honor.

The pages of “Kargil: Ek Yatri Ki Jubani” unfold narratives that illuminate the lives and heroism of the 527 soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Kargil War. This book serves as a poignant reminder of their selfless devotion and pays homage to their remarkable contributions. Authored by Rishi Raj, a celebrated literary figure, and published by Prabhat Prakashan, the book artfully weaves the tales of these brave souls into the fabric of patriotism, aiming to inspire the younger generation with the profound significance of the sacrifices made by the Indian Army for the nation’s prosperity.

The book delves into the extraordinary courage exhibited by these soldiers, who reclaimed every inch of Indian territory, delivering a resounding response to the adversary during the Kargil War. The conflict, known as “Operation Vijay,” concluded on July 26, 1999, signifying India’s triumph over Pakistan and sending a resolute message to the global community: the Indian Army’s unwavering commitment to safeguarding national interests.

In a momentous event graced by the presence of Subedar Major (Then Rifleman) Sanjay Kumar, a recipient of the Param Vir Chakra in the Kargil War, the deep reverence for the sacrifices made by these bravehearts resonated. This significant occasion brought forth reflections on the valor displayed by our soldiers, underscoring the unyielding spirit that characterizes the Indian Armed Forces.

“Kargil: Ek Yatri Ki Jubani” captures the essence of Kargil Vijay Diwas, a day observed annually on July 26th, commemorating the gallant soldiers and their indomitable spirit. The Kargil War, fought between India and Pakistan from May to July 1999 in the Kargil district of Jammu and Kashmir, stands as a testament to the sacrifices made in the pursuit of safeguarding the nation’s sovereignty and honor. The release of this poignant book reaffirms the eternal debt of gratitude owed to these true patriots who etched their heroism into the annals of history.