1965 Stories from the Second Indo-Pakistan War



1965 Stories from the Second Indo-Pakistan War – On 1 September 1965, Pakistan invaded Chamb district in Jammu and Kashmir, triggering a series of tank battles, operations, and counter-operations. It was only the bravery and well-executed strategic decisions of the soldiers of the Indian Army that countered the very real threat of losing Kashmir to Pakistan. Recounting the battles fought by five different regiments, the narrative reconstructs the events of the 1965 Indo-Pakistan war, outlining details never revealed before, and remembers its unsung heroes.

About the Author

Rachna Bisht-Rawat is a journalist and writer with more than twenty years of expertise. The political pioneer, Indian express, Deccan Herald, Outlook, Discover India and Femina are a couple of distributions that she has composed for. plus, a few sites like WWW.yourstory.com and Icon culture, a world examination and informatory organization. She has worked with papers just as Delhi early afternoon, the political pioneer, money related express, Indian express, Deccan Herald and furthermore the Hindu, has been attached with the Leicester Mercury inside the UK, provided details regarding the London cylinder impacts, TN Seshan’s political race crusade and furthermore the result of the Kargil war. She has written 5 books on the Indian Army, including 3 for Penguin Random House, one for the Assam Rifles and one particularisation the historical backdrop of her better half Lt col Manoj Rawat’s regiment – The 3 – a past filled with the tip-top three Engineer Regiment. She has additionally helped recorded as a hard copy the military unit history of The Fifth airborne, the Indian Army’s very beautified Para regiment, to that her late father brigadier B.S. Bisht, SM, VSM, and her sibling step Sameer Bisht, SM, belong.

Books by the Author

  1. The Brave – Param Vir Chakra Stories.
  2. 1965 – Five battles & Five heroes from the First Indo- Pak war.
  3. Shoot. Dive. Fly -21 stories of grit and valour from the Indian Army that introduce young people to an exciting and adventurous career.
  4. The Dreamcatchers – Stories of hope from the Assam Rifles of how they used compassion to fight a war that guns could never win.


1965 Stories from the Second Indo-Pakistan War by Rachna Bisht Rawat