Kupwara, Sep 17: The First Guided Tour to the Parcham-E-Hind’ Monument, Kupwara was organised for the school students of the Army Goodwill Schools, Wayne and Trehgam, Cadets of the National Cadet Corps, and, girl students from Basera-E-Tabassum, a local shelter for underprivileged girls on 17 Sep 2021.
The prestigious monument, est at Echo Post, Zangli Garrison by the Indian Army and has been dedicated to the people of Kupwara District. exquisitely beautified by the surrounding Shamshabari Ranges, has been presented to the station by the Flag Foundation of India, headed by Mr Naveen Jindal.
A 54 feet tall high mast Tricolour, Parcham-E-Hind’, Kupwara is a monument created to connect the youth with the rich culture and heritage of our beloved nation India, and, the Paradise on Earth Kashmir, and also, to foster bonds of love and pride for the motherland.
The monument effectively showcases the ldea of India’ and its ‘Unity in Diversity’. This prestigious landmark shall continue to draw large gatherings of students from colleges and schools of Kupwara in the future too, and, would serve as prime establishment, dedicated to nurturing the young minds into good and responsible citizens for the society and our nation. 75 such guided tours are planned for students in the 75 Year of India’s Independence.
The visitors were enchanted by the beauty of the monument and the bundle of knowledge on offer at the site.
Emotions of patriotism and belongingness to the nation ran high on this glorious occasion.
Interacting with the students and NCC Cadets, the Dy GOC 28 Inf Div, Brig Brijesh Dhiman,was profoundly appreciative of the enthusiasm and zeal exhibited by them, towards expressing deep love and respect for the nation.