There are many people in the world they are always like to hear the music eventhough they have a lot of we see there is no age limit to listen the Has the power to control the stress of the human being . usually students like the music at the most because as student I know how it is effective.when the exam comes we used to listen music as much as possible to reduce stress. But we don’t know it scientifically.when we listen devotional song some times it give relaxation and power.when we are in some problem if we listen music it may be reduce the stress involved in that problem or may not be.when we feel bored most of the time we go for music.


Indian Army quotes.. 

1 ) On the day when two army corps may mutually annihilate each other in a second, probably all civilized nations will recoil with horror and disband their troops.

2 ) Secret operations are essential in war; upon them the army relies to make its every move.

3 ) A zeal for the defence of their country led these heroes to the scene of action, though with a few men to attack a powerful army of experienced warriors.

4 ) To ensure perfect aim, shoot first and call whatever you hit the target.

5 ) I thought to myself, Join the army. It’s free. So I figured while I’m here I’ll lose a few pounds.

6 ) If your attack is going well, you have walked into an ambush.

7 ) The soldier is the Army. No army is better than its soldiers. The Soldier is also a citizen. In fact, the highest obligation and privilege of citizenship is that of bearing arms for one’s country. 

8 ) Education is a better safeguard of liberty than a standing army.

9 ) One of the most beautiful things about Britain, apart from the NHS and the free education, is the British Army.

10 ) I may have made my reputation as a general in the Army, and I’m very proud of that. But I’ve always felt that I was more than one-dimensional. I’d like to think I’m a caring human being.

Finally I would like put a full stop to my blog post. By posting about Indian army really am fully inspired and totally shocked about the some of the new things which heard about our army. That really make us proud about Indian army. The first respect should be always for the soldiers because of them we are leading a happy life without any barrier. They are the real heroes. They are the real asset of the country. 

We love you soldiers 

                              Jai hindh…….  

10 Things You Must Know about Shanti Tigga – the First Woman Jawan of the Indian Army

1. Tigga was a mother of two when she became a jawan in the Indian Army.

2. During their physical tests, she defeated all her other male counterparts.

3. She completed the 50 m run in 12 seconds during her tests.

4. On her 1.5 km run, she outran all of her other male counterparts to complete it with 5 seconds to spare till they caught up.

5. She was 35 when she achieved this feat. She was immensely fit and did not let her age come in the way of her dreams.

6. She cleared all her tests to join the 969 Railway Engineer Regiment of Territorial Army in 2011.

7. The firing instructors were so impressed with her skills in handling guns, that she earned the highest position of marksman.

8. She was also awarded the title of best trainee.

9. She did not even know that there had been no female jawan before her

10. They say that she always dreamt of joining the army and making her family proud.

Indian troops gun down Pakistani soldier in J&K’s Jhangar sector

A Pakistani soldier was neutralised on Sunday in retaliatory fire by the Indian Army in the Jhangar sector of Jammu and Kashmir, reveal sources.

Further details are awaited.

Earlier on Saturday, three jawans and an Army officer lost their lives and one other was injured when Pakistan violated ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir`s Keri sector.

In the aftermath, families of the deceased demanded the government to look into the matter more seriously.The Pakistani troops resorted to unprovoked and indiscriminate shelling and firing when 120 Infantry Brigade, Batallion Area was on patrol, after which the Indian Army retaliated. 

Over 200 militants killed in J&K in 2017

For the first time in seven years, the number of militants killed in counter-insurgency operations in Jammu and Kashmir has crossed 200, according to the state police.

In 2016, 165 militants were killed by the security forces along the Line of Control (LoC) and in the hinterland.

There has been an increase in civilian killings in militancy-related violence as well with 54 civilians getting killed this year compared to 14 last year.

The number of security forces killed in militancy-related incidents this year was 77, lower than the 88 fatalities witnessed last year.

Army jawan kills himself in Jammu and Kashmir

An army jawan committed suicide early on Friday morning while he was performing his duty near a village in RS Pura district of Jammu. The incident took place at around 6:45 am.
The deceased jawan has been identified as Lance Naik Parvesh Kumar Mishra. He was deployed in the romeo battery coy of 118 medium regiment. 

The 34-year old was wearing his helmet when he shot himself. Two bullets pierced his head despite the helmet. Hailing from Odisha, Mishra lived with his family in the Kunjwani Army quarters.

There is no information as yet on why he ended his life. Senior police officers, including Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) Surinder Choudhary, reached the spot. An investigation into his death is underway. 

The 118 medium regiment that he was a part of is presently a part of the ongoing exercise under the title of ‘Kaamyab’. The said exercise began on December 4, 20, 7 and is likely to end on December 17.

Chandrashekar Azad 

1 Chandra Shekhar’s mother wanted to make her son a great Sanskrit scholar and so she persuaded his father to send him to Kashi Vidyapeeth in Varanasi to study Sanskrit

2 In December 1921, when Mahatma Gandhi launched the non-cooperation movement, he joined in despite being just a student

3 He also learned archery from the tribal Bhils of erstwhile Jhabua district which helped him during the arms struggle against the Britishers

4 He was most famous for the Kakori Rail Dacoity in 1925 and the assassination of assistant superintendent of police John Poyantz Saunders in 1928.

5 As a revolutionary, he adopted the last name Azad, which means “free” in Urdu. Legend has it that while he adopted the name, he vowed the police would never capture him alive

6 Azad was also a believer in socialism as the basis for future India, free of social and economic oppression and adversity.

7 Azad did not feel that violence was unacceptable in the struggle, especially in view of the Jalliawallah Bagh Massacre of 1919, where Army units killed hundreds of unarmed civilians and wounded thousands. Young Azad  was deeply and emotionally influenced by the tragedy.

8 Bhagat Singh joined Azad following the death of Lala Lajpat Rai, after he was beaten by police officials. Azad trained Singh and others in covert activities.

9 On February 23, 1931, police surrounded Azad and he was hit on his right thigh making it difficult for him to escape. With one bullet in his pistol and surrounded by police, he found himself outnumbered. He shot himself keeping his pledge of never being captured alive

10 Alfred Park in Allahabad, where Azad died, has been renamed Chandrashekhar Azad Park. Several schools, colleges, roads and other public institutions across India are also named after him