“कर्मणये वाधिकारस्ते मां फलेषु कदाचन । मां कर्मफलहेतुर्भू: मांते संङगोस्त्वकर्मणि” ।।

and that is all first,last.

That lasts.


when you see,

what you want see.

your steps are your roads.

there is always a look forward,

no going back.


you must be a ‘soldier.’




might is right.


it is as simple.

you are warriors,

not diplomats.


and it is as simple,

you are trained to defend.

as a nation, we stand by you.


Forces,of the nation,by the nation for the nation.


Do not you pay attention,

you do your ‘karma’.

You keep us protected,

We’ll keep you respected.


Else,nothing can bloom

if you one fine day said to us,”Go to Doom”.


We honour your commitments.

To us thankless generation.

The real medallions are the ‘ gem of people’ we have in our treasury- Memories keep coming back.

A George Cross again for martyr’s widow after 13 yrs
Brahmi Devi

The number 13 seems to have stuck to 82-year-old Brahmi Devi of this quiet little village in Himachal Pradesh. At 13, she had received from the Viceroy a George Cross on behalf of her dead husband. Thirteen years ago, she lost her most prized possession to a group of “crafty people with selfish intentions“. Thirteen years later, on Monday , she got it back.And it was perhaps a co-incidence that the handover ceremony started at 1300 hours.

Naturally, above is a touchy story doing rounds today.
For the soldiers who serve the country, medallions are not just only structures of copper or brass, they hold special emotional values .
There was an instance during the world war one commemoration event when team Infiniti was working at large with Indian Army and while we were mulling over gallantry section exhibits,the discussion evolved on the lines of the replicas of medallions.
Emotions were involved and we could feel it in the air.

See for yourself, how grand this looked where we could recreate that emotion and ambience back at Manekshaw Convention Centre: 

Blown up images of the Medals, Replicas et cetraIMG-20150313-WA0002 (2)All three Chiefs present

Country treasures its martyrs, that is what it is which matters.
Memories matter. 
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