India celebrates Military Day on January 15 every year to honor the commitment of soldiers, to serve the nation with dedication and to set an important example of brotherhood. A day of national pride and remembrance of the selfless and heroic work of the brave jawans.
On this day in 1949, General KM Cariappa took over as Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army and, therefore, this day is significant in the history of independent India.
The Indian army was founded in 1895 but ran outside the Indian monarchy until the country gained independence from British rule. On January 15, 1949, General KM Cariappa became the first Indian to command the Army. He took over from General Francis Butcher, the last commander in the British army. This historic day is celebrated with patriotic fervor throughout the Army Command Headquarters.
However, this year, this day will be celebrated amid tight rules due to the ongoing third wave of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Indian Army Day 2022: Here are some wishes and messages for you to share with your loved ones
Let’s celebrate the Indian Army by saluting all jawans for their bravery and patriotism. Happy Indian Army Day!
Let’s come together to celebrate National Army Day with patriotic zeal and remember our brave soldiers. Happy Indian Army Day 2022!
A celebration of everyday life. Happy Sena Diwas 2022!
Your Job is to fight for the country, my job is to love, support and honor you.
Some goals are so worthy, it’s glorious even to fail. Happy Army Day 2022!
Warriors are not born, they are made in the Indian Army -Happy Army Day 2022 Click Here
Bravery is Daring to try where others would not even care -Happy Army Day 2022
Grateful to Indian Army for their everlasting dedication and selfless service – Happy Army Day 2022
Army Day 2022: Some inspirational quotes
“We fight to win and win with a knockout because there are no runners up in war” – General JJ Singh
“If death strikes before I prove my blood, I swear I’ll kill Death” – Capt Manoj Kumar Pandey
rt p“Quartered in snow, silent to remain. When the bugle calls, they shall rise and march again.” – Siachen base camp
If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or is a Gorkha – Field Marshal Manekshaw.