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Year: 2014

A soldier when employed as a soldier actually signs on his own death warrant … knowing that every moment can be his last… & he is dying not for self but to secure millions of others…. My father was a soldier & was on Burma border in 2nd world war… the splinter ruptured his knee… & still he guided his battalion to the safe place & handed over to his colleague & then fainted… his wounds he bore all through his life without getting any medal of gallantry … his wounds were his medals till he breathed his last… which left a mark of bravery…

To millions of such heroes I salute who let me breath in the safe environment….

Fired in a gas kiln at 1220 degrees centigrade…  no glaze applied… only red iron oxide wash…