Today is the 11th death anniversary of Sam Manekshaw, the most famous and most famous military commander in the history of the Indian Army, famous for his combat skills. Under his leadership, India conquered the 1971 Indo-Pakistan War, resulting in the birth of Bangladesh. Let's take this opportunity to tell you some specific things about them.
Introduction to the life of the National Attorney General:
Sam Manekshaw was born on April 3, 1914, in Amritsar to a Parsi family.
Their full name is 'Sam Hormusji Frameji Jamshedji Manekshaw'.
Manekshaw did his early education in Amritsar and later joined Sherwood College in Nainital.
He was one of 40 students selected for the first batch of the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun.
From there, he joined the Indian Army after receiving commission.
Sam Manekshaw assumed the post of India's 8th Army Chief on June 7, 1969, after General Kumaramangalam.
Sam Manekshaw was India's first field marshal.
He was awarded the Field Marshal on January 1, 1973.
The way he has played his 40-year military life, call it the hero of victory, or a lively man, is all about it.
Nagaland was awarded Padma Bhushan in 1968 for its unforgettable contribution to solving the problem.
He was embellished with Padma Vibhushan in 1972 because of his patriotism and selfless service to the country.
At the age of 94, the country's national attorney general Sam Manekshaw breathed his last at the military hospital in Tamil Nadu.
Sam Manekshaw, the hero of the victories:
Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw played a pivotal role in many important wars for India.
Sam Manekshaw, posted in the 17th Infantry Division, participated in the War of World War II for the first time.
He then conquered the 1962 Indo-China War.
His greatest achievement is the 1971 victory against Pakistan, whose Sehra is tied to his head.
Since this war, the field marshal Manekshaw, popularly known as Sam Bahadur, has been seen as the national attorney general.
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