"Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial

Tripoto
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 1/26 by Narmada
Fighter Plane at The Kargil War Memorial
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 2/26 by Narmada
A massive Tricolour, The flag is 37 and a half feet in length, 25 feet in width
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 3/26 by Narmada
A massive Tricolour, The flag is 37 and a half feet in length, 25 feet in width
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 4/26 by Narmada
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 5/26 by Narmada
weapons and artillery recovered from the Pakistani
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 6/26 by Narmada
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 7/26 by Narmada
weapons and artillery recovered from the Pakistani
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 8/26 by Narmada
weapons and artillery recovered from the Pakistani
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 9/26 by Narmada
Nation's Pride
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 10/26 by Narmada
Battle Of Tiger Hill..
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 11/26 by Narmada
Picture's After Sucessful of Operation Vijay
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 12/26 by Narmada
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 13/26 by Narmada
Winter Cloths For The Soldier's
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 14/26 by Narmada
Few letter's From The Soldier's, During the war, I have been lucky inaf to Rea
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 15/26 by Narmada
This is How it Looked Way Back Then...
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 16/26 by Narmada
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 17/26 by Narmada
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 18/26 by Narmada
This is an point where exactly the 1999 Kargil war took place, The Battle of Tol
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 19/26 by Narmada
This is an exact point where the Indian Army successfully took command of the hi
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 20/26 by Narmada
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 21/26 by Narmada
Eternal flame.... #peace
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 22/26 by Narmada
A wall with names of all the officers and soldiers who sacrificed their lives..
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 23/26 by Narmada
This Gallery Is Been Name'd In Tribute to CAPTAIN MANOJ KUMAR PANDEY and his Tea
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 24/26 by Narmada
"Beneath This Earth Young warriors Sleep"Soldier's who made the Supreme Sacrif
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 25/26 by Narmada
Fighter Plane at Kargil war Memorial....
Photo of "Beneath this earth young warriors sleep" – Kargil War Memorial 26/26 by Narmada
A massive Tricolour Indian Flag at the Memorial, The flag is 37 and a half feet

Drass War Memorial, situated in Drass in Kargil District, was built to honor all the officers and soldiers who died in the 1999 Kargil war. Often referred to as the Gateway of Ladakh, Drass is a small village where the Pakistani army had illegally intruded into India. The Kargil War began on May 8 1999 and continued till India recaptured Tiger Hill on July 5. Kargil War or Operation Vijay was declared successful on July 26 after the complete eviction of Pakistani intruders. On every July 26th, Vijay Diwas is celebrated and the martyrs are paid homage. Drass War Memorial is built in pink sand stone and has an epitaph commemorating the sacrifice of the soldiers. A wall with names of all the officers and soldiers who sacrificed their lives is also found. A war gallery, known as the Manoj Pandey War Gallery, showcases weapons and artillery recovered from the Pakistani forces and photographs taken during the war Situated on NH-1D, this memorial is easily accessible.During Winters are awfully cold, wher else the temperature goes down to -55c, And we coudn't servive with -5'c with 4 layers of clothing and still shivering upto your bones, This place makes you realize the importance of Armed forces for any country. It brings out patriotism inside you like never before. For me its was very heart touching moment. A visit here will set goose bumps all over ur body, must visit place for every indian. most difficult to pen down the feeling and experience of this Place, One need to Soak in the atmosphere,and live in the moment #mustvisitplace