Indian Army Day's  Legacy of Sacrifice and Triumph!

Indian Army Day,  observed on January 15, commemorates  Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa's historic commissioning as the first  Indian Commander-in-Chief  in 1950 

A day for every Indian to take pride, it honors the sacrifices and valor of soldiers devoted to the nation's security 

The day signifies India's transition to a republic in 1949, with its first Indian Commander-in-Chief, marking a pivotal moment in the nation's independence 

Grand celebrations unfold nationwide, with the epicenter in New Delhi featuring a parade at the iconic  Cariappa Parade Ground, reviewed by the  Chief of Army Staff 

Army Day witnesses the presentation of gallantry awards and Sena medals, acknowledging the exemplary service of soldiers 

Recent years have seen  Army Day parades in various cities, fostering wider participation and inspiration

Indian Army Day stands as a poignant reminder of the selfless service, courage, and immense national pride associated with the soldiers who protect our country