Brigadier CHITRANJAN SAWANT,VSM
It is incumbent on the living to honour the dead, who sacrificed their lives for the cause of the country. General Zorawar Singh was such a self-sacrificing patriot whose deeds must be read by the new generation.
TOYO, TAKLAKOT, Tibet – that is the hallowed place where stands a dilapidated Samadhi of a brave man called General Zorawar Singh, a Kahluria Rajput of the 19th century India.
He was born in 1786 in the Kangra district but his bravery blossomed in the Dogra army of Raja Gulab Singh of Jammu. He is known not only for his generalship but also statesmanship. He fought and won battles in far off foreign lands of Baltistan in the West and Tibet in the East. Read full story here