Martyrs of Kargil war from Rajasthan

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The Kargil War was an armed conflict between India and Pakistan that took place between May and July 1999 in the Kargil district of Kashmir. The cause of the war was the infiltration of Pakistani soldiers and Kashmiri militants into positions on the Indian side of the Line of Control (LOC), which serves as the de facto border between the two states.

There were three major phases to the Kargil War. First, Pakistan infiltrated forces into the Indian-controlled section of Kashmir and occupied strategic locations enabling it to control NH1. The next stage consisted of India discovering the infiltration and mobilizing forces to respond to it. The final stage involved major battles by Indian and Pakistani forces resulting in India capturing positions held by Pakistani forces and the withdrawal of Pakistani forces back across the Line of Control.

राजस्थान से करगिल में हुये शहीद

कारगिल में शहीद हुए हमारे जवान

झुंझुनूं 22

सीकर 07

चूरू 07

नागौर 07

अलवर 03

भरतपुर 02

जयपुर 02

पाली 01

बाड़मेर 01

सवाईमाधोपुर 01

जोधपुर 01

संदर्भ - दैनिक भास्कर

Martyrs of Kargil war from Rajasthan

Name (Rank) Village (District) Date of Martyrdom Unit
Arjun Ram Baswana (Sepoy) Budhi (Nagaur) 15 May 1999 Unit-04 Jat Regiment
Bajrang Lal Nain (Sepoy) Sulkhania (Churu) 22 June 1999 Unit-224 Mediam regiment, 28 Rashtriya Rifles
Banwari Lal Bagaria (Sepoy) Sigdola Chhota (Sikar) 15 May 1999 Unit-04 Jat Regiment
Bhagwan Singh Dagur (Hawaldar) Abhaurra (Bharatpur) 07 July 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Bhanwar Lal Bhakar (Subedar)- Vir Chakra Thebari (Nagaur) 13 June 1999 Unit-02 Rajputana Rifles
Bhikha Ram Chaudhary (Sepoy) Patasar (Barmer) 15 May 1999 Unit-04 Jat Regiment
Daya Chand Jakhar (Lans Naik) Rahnawa (Sikar) 12 June 1999 Unit-04 Jat Regiment
Ganpat Singh Dhaka (Sepoy) Sihot Chhoti (Sikar) 27 July 1999 Unit-16 Grenediers
Harful Singh Kulhari (Subedar) Triloki Ka Bas (Jhunjhunu) 30 May 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Hawa Singh Rojaria (Sepoy) Basmana (Jhunjhunu) 07 July 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Hira Singh Purvanshi (Sepoy) Mukundpura, Jat Nagala (Karauli) 21 June 1999 Unit-04 Jat Regiment
Kalu Ram Jakhar (Sepoy) Kheri Charnan (Jodhpur) 04 July 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Karan Singh (Sepoy) Raipur, Ranoth (Alwar) 06 July 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Khadag Singh (Lans Naik) Nangali Gujaran (Jhunjhunu) 06 May 1999 Unit-12 Jat Regiment
Mahendra Singh Godara (Lans Hawaldar) Suratpura (Churu) 12 June 1999 Unit-04 Jat Regiment
Mani Ram Mahla (Hawaldar) Sithal (Jhunjhunu) 03 July 1999 Unit-Jat Regiment
Moola Ram Bidiyasar (Sepoy) Kathoti (Nagaur) 15 May 1999 Unit-04 Jat Regiment
Naresk Kumar (Sepoy) Bhaloth (Jhunjhunu) 07 July 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Prabhu Ram Chotia (Naik) Indas (Nagaur) 13 June 1999 Unit-18 Grenadiers
Raj Kumar Punia (Sepoy) Bhainsli (Churu) 24 May 1999 Unit-18 Grenadiers)
Ramswarup Singh Mundaria (Naik) Bisau (Jhunjhunu) 07 July 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Ranvir Singh Barala (Sepoy) Mainpura (Jhunjhunu) 30 May 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Shish Ram Gill (Havaldar) - Vir Chakra Vishanpura (Jhunjhunu) 09 July 1999 Unit-08 Jat Regiment
Shish Ram Nimar (Sepoy) - Senamedal Naurangpura (Churu) 06 July 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Shyodana Ram Bijarnia (Sepoy) Haripura (Sikar) 7 July 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Sohan Singh Solanki (Sawar) Mahoo Khas (Karauli) 04 August 1999 Unit-04 Rajrifles
Ved Prakash (Sepoy) Mohmadpur (Alwar) -- -- 1999 (Unit---)
Vijaypal Singh Dhaka (Sepoy) Dhaka Ki Dhani (Jhunjhunu) 10 June 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Vinod Kumar Katewa (Lans Naik) Harpalu Tal (Churu) 13 June 1999 Unit-18 Grenadiers
Vinod Kumar Naga (Sepoy) Rampura (Sikar) 30 May 1999 Unit-17 Jat Regiment
Virendra Singh Kuntal Ajan (Bharatpur) -- -- 1999 Unit-11 Raj Rifles

Source - Above table is based on Jat Samaj, Agra, September-October 1999

Other Sources -

1. कारगिल शहीद कालुराम जाखङ खेङी चारणा जोधपुर

2. अमर शहीद निम्बाराम डुडी सालवा कलाँ जोधपुर

3. अमर शहीद हनुमान चौधरी खाँगटा जोधपुर

4. अमर शहीद भूपेन्द्र सिंह कालिराणा बुङकिया जोधपुर —

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Mohan Lal Mahla

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