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  • sharma_ritika 3d

    Read this somewhere today.��

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    Absence is to love what wind is to fire; it extinguishes the small, it inflames the great.

  • sharma_ritika 3d

    Anyone can deal with victory. Only the mighty can bear defeat. Greatest test of courage on earth is to accept defeat without losing heart.





    Disclaimer: these are just views expressed. No-one needs to take it personally. :)

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  • sharma_ritika 1w



    LOYAL
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    BAHUT LOYAL
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    PHIR AATE HAIN RCB KE FANS

  • sharma_ritika 1w

    Me: My White Blood Cells.
    (Chalo koi to h��)

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  • sharma_ritika 1w

    Sometimes good things fall apart so that better things can come together.

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  • sharma_ritika 1w

    I wish that all those
    who are dearest to me,
    could also be those
    who were nearest.



    ©sharma_ritika

  • sharma_ritika 2w

    Kya rakha hai manzilo mein...

    Musaafir ka dil to raahon se dhadakta hai ; )

    ©sharma_ritika

  • sharma_ritika 2w

    7th July, 1999 – Point 4875 – Near Tiger Hills – Altitude 17000 feet

    Lieutenant Naveen is severely injured, finding it almost impossible to retaliate the counter attack made by the enemy troops. Indian Army has captured this point two days back but it is now that the enemies have come up with their forcefulness. Captain Vikram Batra who is also a part of the operation, goes to rescue the injured officer. While he is dragging the injured back under cover, Naveen insists on continuing with the operation.

    “Tu baal bacchedaar hai. Hat ja peechhe.” Vikram tells him and he continues himself. (Translation: You have family to look after. Get back.)

    Only a few moments have passed, when a bullet coming from enemy soldier, pierces his chest. Before he gets any time to react, he gets hit by an artillery splinter in the waist.

    “Jai Mata Di.” He speaks as he realizes he doesn’t have much time to spare and he assails the enemy soldiers and kills five of them before succumbing to his injuries.

    Point 4875 was a part of India now.

    1st June, 1999 – Kargil

    The war like situation had erupted in the Kargil region and Vikram’s unit moved here to take control over it. The first challenge for the 24 years old officer was to capture Point 5140 which was under enemy’s control at the moment. The peak was at an altitude of 17000 feet and was a crucial point in Drass region that could pave the way for further victories. Vikram had a conversation with the terrorist commander over radio. The enemy commander challenged him by saying, “Why have you come Sher Shah (Vikram’s nick name given by his commanding officer), you will not go back”. Captain Vikram Batra with immense confidence replied, “We shall see within one hour, who remains on the top”. Lieutenant Vikram decided to attack the enemy from the rear and they did that. In this decisive battle, their squad fought diligently and won a decisive victory.

    “Daddy, I have captured.” Vikram’s father still remembers the phone call that his son made through a satellite phone.

    After a small break of two days, Vikram was sent to capture the Point 4750. The war had reached its fiercest state during this time and capturing the point was going to be even tougher. Once again an enemy commander threatened him over radio and he responded bravely once again, not only through his words, but actions too. And the point was captured by Indian Army.

    The next point was 4875. And the rest we all know is a part of the history that still makes us feel proud. It was won but we lost our hero.

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    HERO

    Happy Birthday Captain Vikram Batra. You will always live in our hearts. Let’s take a moment to salute the brave-heart who sacrificed his life for the country.

  • sharma_ritika 5w

    Almost.... haina !?

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    L O V E R S

    We aren't apart...
    We aren't together...
    We are almost lovers...


    ©sharma_ritika

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