Letters From Kargil
The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes
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‘With feet deep in snow and alert with their guns, our soldiers are responding to each threat from the enemy with twice the intensity and vigour, but my heart is somewhere else.’ In May 1999, India was invaded by Pakistan in Kargil in the Ladakh region in a surprise attack. Diksha Dwivedi’s father was one of the martyrs of that war. In this beautiful, extremely moving book, she tells the story of the Kargil war through the letters and diaries of her father and other soldiers who fought there. Intimate and emotional, Letters from Kargil is the most human and personal portrait of the war ever written.The war through our soldiers eyes. About the Author Diksha Dwivedi is the editor-in-chief and founder of AkkarBakkar.com, India’s first open storytelling platform. After an economics degree from Shri Ram College of Commerce and a master’s in journalism from Cardiff University, Diksha has finally found her calling. From her father, she has inherited an undying urge to make a difference. Pub

'With feet deep in snow and alert with their guns, our soldiers are responding to each threat from the enemy with twice the intensity and vigour, but my heart is somewhere else.'

In May 1999, India was invaded by Pakistan in Kargil in the Ladakh region in a surprise attack. Diksha Dwivedi's father was one of the martyrs of that war.

In this beautiful, extremely moving book, she tells the story of the Kargil war through the letters and diaries of her father and other soldiers who fought there.

Intimate and emotional, Letters from Kargil is the most human and personal portrait of the war ever written.

AuthorDiksha Dwivedi
BindingPaperback
EAN9789386228437
ISBN9386228432
Height118 mm
Length1142 mm
Width787 mm
Weight99 g
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages168
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2017-08-15
PublisherJuggernaut
Release Date2017-08-30
StudioJuggernaut
Sales Rank5794

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  • The author associated with Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is Diksha Dwivedi.
  • The EAN for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is 9789386228437.
  • The ISBN for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is 9386228432.
  • The height for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is 118 mm.
  • The length for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is 1142 mm.
  • The width for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is 787 mm.
  • The weight for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is 99 g.
  • The language for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is English.
  • The binding of Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is Paperback.
  • The number of pages for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes are 168.
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  • The publication date for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is 2017-08-15.
  • The publisher for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is Juggernaut.
  • The release date for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is 2017-08-30.
  • The producer for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is Juggernaut.
  • The sales rank for Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes is 5794.