World’s Highest And Most Extreme War zone.
Satellite imagery of the Siachen Glacier
|Location||Karakoram Range Controlled by India, disputed by Pakistan|
|Coordinates||35.4°N 77.1°ECoordinates: 35.4°N 77.1°E|
|Length||76 km (47 mi) using the longest route as is done when determining river lengths or 70 km (43 mi) if measuring from|
Life of a soldier at Siachen
The Jawan of our Indian army have been fighting more than extreme conditions to safeguard our borders from rival intrusion, and one such highly successful attempt can dangerous war zone in the whole world.
Most of us are unaware of the high amount of pain and effort that goes to man this part of the LOC (Line Of Control), so take some time off and have a look at the extremities that are fought by our soldiers to protect our nation.
The Siachen Glacier is glacier located in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalayas, just northeast of the point NJ9842 where the Line of Control between Indian and Pakistan ends. At 76 km (47 mi) long, it is the longest glacier in the Karakoram and second-longest in the world’s non-polar areas. It falls from an altitude of 5753 m (18,875ft) above sea level at its head at Indira Col on the China border down 3,620 m (11,875ft) at its terminus. The entire Siachen Glacier, with all major passes, is currently under the administration of India since 1984. Pakistan controls the region west of posts located 3,000ft below more than 100 Indian posts on Saltoro Ridge.
Today we are live a safe life just because of The Great Indian Army. Not only girls leave the home also boys leave their home for protect our Country. Proud to be an Indian
As we all read this whole article now in the next article I want to show you something interesting about the article as well as about soldiers.
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