EP-56| Stunning story of Op Meghdoot-Seizing Earth’s highest battlefield with Lt Gen Kulkarni (Retd)

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On the 39th anniversary of Operation Meghdoot which was launched by Indian Army to take control of the world’s highest battlefield Siachen Glacier, we bring to you a special episode on the story of how our defence forces captured the important peaks of Siachen Glacier against all odds in 1984. In an informative conversation with Smita Prakash, Lt Gen Sanjay Kulkarni (Retd.) who as a 28-year-old captain in April 1984 was among the first to be heli-dropped on the Lolofond Glacier recalls the operation and stories on how they pre-empted Operation Ababeel by Pakistani Army.
1:13:38-1:13:43 - The image is of Gopalaswami Parthasarathy, who served as Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan (1999-2000), in place of Gopalaswami Parthasarathy who was Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan between (1962-65). (The mistake is truly regrettable)
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02:35 - Story of Operation Meghdoot
29:35 - Launch of Siachen Operation
42:45 - Challenges from Weather
48:30 -First Casualty and story of Indian Flag
52:50 -Survival Challenges at Glacier
1:07:00 - Europe Trip and Shaksgam Valley
1:10:00 -Stay in Karachi and ISI tails
1:28:15 -Bilafond La Attack
1:41:10 -MMS on Siachen
1:50:10 -George Fernandes and leasership with Army
1:56:00 - Lessons from Siachen
2:01:00 - Pakistani leadership and Military
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@bhuvankishore8300 7 aylar önce
I'm so blessed to hear all this. My father was in operation meghadoot. I grew hearing all the stories. It's great to hear from legends ❤
@DrRVPrasad 7 aylar önce
Sir, Please pass on my heartfelt Pranams to your father. If possible, please touch his feet on my behalf. Hope I get an opportunity to touch his feet.
@vibs99 7 aylar önce
🙏🙏 to your father and our bravehearts. Our soldiers have faced so much hardship and sacrificed for our safety.
@pankajnaik5218 7 aylar önce
​@R Venkatesha Prasad h
@gopalakrishnansubramanian1501 7 aylar önce
​@@vibs99 😮
@dpatel6666 7 aylar önce
My heartfelt respect to your father!!
@akshajsapehia6011 8 aylar önce
Even after 40 years Gen. Kulkarni so vividly could recall the names of the men he led to the highest battlefield of the world. It is ingrained in the training of our officers to look out for the needs of the men they command and lead always from the front. That's what sets apart our armed force officers from other countries especially Pakistan officers who are the prime reason for its dire state of affairs nowadays.
@shudhanshuverma8244 7 aylar önce
@injunnc 8 aylar önce
I left India as a teenager in 1974...only to return to visit my parents for a week or two periodically until they passed away. Now I am 67 years old and listening to Gen. Kulkarni talk brought tears to my eyes. What a guy, what people, and what a country! So glad that India is now at a point where young ambitious Indians like myself don't have to go overseas and help build other people's countries. I only wish it were so 49 years ago. I know I would have never left. For me, no country can even come close to Bharat, its ethos, culture, traditions, and food. Warts and all. I am a living proof of 'you can take a boy out of India, but you can never take India out of the boy'! My salute to Gen. Kulkarni, to the Indian armed forces, and to the entire Indian nation. I will love you until my last breath. Jai Hind and "Ram Ram"!
@hunterits3421 7 aylar önce
Sir Where do u live now
@NamdeoPatil 7 aylar önce
Thank you for those remarks What stops from coming back. What can we do to bring such people back.
@AyushSingh-jx1si 7 aylar önce
only to return to visit my parents for a week or two periodically until they passed away.👏👏
@injunnc 7 aylar önce
@@hunterits3421 I live in the USA. Have been here for the last 40 years.
@hunterits3421 7 aylar önce
@@injunnc great sir
@monachandra2231 5 aylar önce
The details of recounting can be only by a person who has walked the Siachen glacier. Salute to you and your team Sir. 🙋🏻‍♀️🇮🇳💟
@brijeshpandey7869 Aylar önce
@sg3226 8 aylar önce
I have listened to Lt. Gen Kulkarni across all channels and just amazed to his child-like lovely smile and split when he talks. A smiling face may be his birth-related trait but I feel, it is all his enriching experiences, love and respect from the army, his dear ones and the nation that has kept his smile evergreen. Maa Shakti bless him and all our patriots on our frontiers. Jai Hind, Vande Matram.. Good work ANI team! Bring in more of our heroes from various walks of life.
@PremKumar-lk2xj 8 aylar önce
I am with you, on your views
@dorjeewangdi7258 7 aylar önce
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@ash4663 7 aylar önce
Ditto! He has child-like innocence at certain moments & then comes out as a 'toughened by fire' & highly experienced General Officer! Our Army produces legends generation after generation❤
@pratikhegde8781 7 aylar önce
What a man......such a beautiful smile....this podcast is a goldmine of information......may you keep smiling always like this Sir......proud of our Indian Army......Jai Hind!!!!
@nagrajan777 7 aylar önce
As an Indian, I have rarely heard anything more joyous and pleasing... and told rivetingly by the sweetest storyteller one can imagine. A must watch video for every Indian.
@venkatdanda825 7 aylar önce
@aamerjamal 7 aylar önce
😂 😂 😂.. Coz plenty of lies like fiction.. But in reality they miserably failed... 😂 😂 😂 And forced to sit at the highest places as plan... Coz those are death zones...
@koushikmukherjee9465 6 aylar önce
​@@aamerjamal buuuu...😂
@shridharaithal1433 8 aylar önce
Salute this great General who gave India the great glacier field. Now I am confident that men like him will keep our mountainous terrain borders safe and defend it at any cost! Jai hind!
@nkangrawalli3009 7 aylar önce
Oh my God Oh my God - I never thought I would ever share experiences with Lt. General Kulkarni. Just like his dad was posted at in Indian Embassy in Karachi, my dad was posted in India Embassy Islamabad 1969-71. I can relate to the CID following our school bus to Rawalpindi and following the kids back. We had been warned not to leave school. They would follow us to markets also. We were there when the an Airplane was hijacked and taken to Lahore and ended up resulting in the war later that year. As soon as that happened going to school stopped- as kids we were thrilled. Also just like his family was part of a quick exit from Karachi in exchange for equal number of Pakistani families from India my family was also part of exchange but this was under more serious circumstances because East Pakistan (Bangladesh) had declared independence from West Pak. We were part of 5 Indian families from Islamabad to be exchanged with the Bengali families from East Pakistan they were in essence hostages because they did not want to go back to West Pakistan. Wow thanks for taking me there it’s been a long time have not thought about it. Surprised we could have similar childhood experiences.
@JK-uj8pk 8 aylar önce
Nothing beats a army conversation, gives such insights, motivation n joy ❤
@Rajesh.Rathore 8 aylar önce
What a captivating conversation of Operation Meghadoot! Salute to Gen Kulkarni and his team. Kudos to you, Simta, and your team bringing us one of the finest podcast with extensive details..🙏
@sadashivrao6445 8 aylar önce
Thank You Gen Saab Salute from an Army Veteran , I served that area 1979 to 82 What a FLAWLESS Conversation, No Stumbling, No Pondering or Panting for the Words. Precious if Our Present Gen Takes a Leaf out of this Great's experience
@PGurus1 7 aylar önce
I The es😅😢we😅all 😅so weird lol is 😮what
@rumaranisarkar3918 7 aylar önce
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@Sunny12-23 7 aylar önce
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@ash4663 7 aylar önce
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@njain1983 7 aylar önce
Because of people like Lt Gen Sanjay Kulkarni (Retd.) and his teams, India has survived and thrived, even though we have so many enemies. Sometimes we tend to take things for granted, not realizing how many sacrifices have been given by so many people to keep our country safe and united.
@jayson1874 7 aylar önce
I wish our so called Lutyens and Secularvaadis had the time to hear these sort of stories of sacrifices so they stop playing pakistanies in Indian garb!
@amitbhalawi2271 6 aylar önce
​@@jayson1874right bro
@kkalluri1 7 aylar önce
With tears in my eyes , I salute to the true heroes of this glorious nation.
@subhasismajumdar4058 8 aylar önce
Late colonel kumar and his son, late Akshay, were the ones, who started a separate vertical, MHE.. Mercury Himalayan Exploration, at Mercury Travel, They were my colleagues. Excellent guys. Vividly remember them..
@ananthakeshava7278 7 aylar önce
The young generation should observe these general the way they dress, power of expression,excellent memory,physical fitness,command over the language etc etc. Hats off to Indian Army.
@samarth.trivedi 7 aylar önce
Goosebumps and tears when he says Ramesh's 7 month old, yrs later is in military. That's the spirit of our country.
@indrajitchatterjee7018 7 aylar önce
What a fabulous conversation. So much to learn..just unbelievable!!!As a person in my mid sixties, I could relate to the situations then but hearing it from the horse's mouth brought goosebumps. My respects to all those who laid down their lives so that we could live safely. Deepest respect to the memories of Ramesh and Chanchal.
@Rakeshqbix 7 aylar önce
What a man , amazing soul , it’s not the political leadership who built india , it’s these guys who did it …. Salute to u sir
@vibhavagarwalla8718 8 aylar önce
🙏Gen Kulkarni - Pure Heroism! The Vikramaditya of Siachen🙏
@monishkapur945 8 aylar önce
@ashu1973 8 aylar önce
Even though I had read the whole operation, listening to Gen Kulkarni narrate it is a sheer pleasure. Thx for the service sir
@kirandeepchakraborty7921 8 aylar önce
What a Life General!! An absolute honour to listen to such a Man ❤
@suchitabhat5051 7 aylar önce
The best interview so far! God! I wish it continued for for hours. Impressive! Awesome stories. And he is so modest! So proud of our defence services. Ram Ram!
@virendrapalsingh2846 7 aylar önce
Very nice interview. I having trained troops in HAWS for Siachin induction in Dec1983, listened to this with great interest. Only one suggestion, had it been explained with a map at some point in time to explain various names of passes and glaciers would have made it more easy to understand for those who had no exposure to Siachin
@AK-gj5tm 7 aylar önce
Soldiers like him are the reason why we r so proud of India. Hearing army stories such as these will always bind you to your seat.
@parthparth433 8 aylar önce
till 1954 iaf chief was britisher, till 1958 indian navy chief was britisher, nehru even feared to take military action to liberate goa till 1961 . it was transfer of power at most in 47 otherwise how can nehru let Britisher to dictate terms even after 47.
@DrRVPrasad 7 aylar önce
Smitha ji, Thank you so much! This Officer gave so much information. All our defense ministers should listen to this. Peace mountain is absolutely NO!
@KKUL1 8 aylar önce
All your episodes are really amazing, I judiciously listen to every episodes either as a podcast or on TRshow. Please do keep it up. Most of them are educational and inspirational. Feels good to learn so much.
@manojpathak5794 7 aylar önce
Indian army is the best !! What an incredible story told by sanjay sir! Proud of our army .
@UrmilaPutraK.SwarupSatakarani 8 aylar önce
In future, ANI will interview Generals for the story of Seizing Aksai Chin by Indian armed force...Jai Hind 😊
@kiransrinivasan3321 7 aylar önce
Fantastic guest. Lt. Gen. Sanjay Kulkarni…what a legend, a humble human being despite his legendary exploits! May his tribe increase! Sad that other legends like Col. Kumar and Maj. Bahuguna are no more. 🙏 Kudos to Smita Prakash and Ajit Dubey for having such an illustrious guest on the show. Glad to note that there were fewer interruptions by Ms. Prakash this time - the Gen. was allowed to narrate rather freely. Only suggestion is to have the host read up on her military guests and their key exploits before they are on the show so that the questions are more informed and can lead the guests to elaborate with their deep knowledge. What Gen. Kulkarni has narrated is of significant geopolitical importance - this fact seemed to completely escape the hosts as there were hardly any leading questions at all in this regard, despite the Gen.’s offering so many openings. Seems like each time an opportunity to learn more/fully is lost. In any case, a great episode - thank you! 🙏
@saurabhbhardwaj1131 8 aylar önce
What a brilliant Podcast! Loved the stories from Gen Kulkarni... huge respect for him! Jai hind 🇮🇳! 🙏 And Smita... PLS STOP INTERRUPTING THE GUESTS! 🙏😉
@battleaxes4874 8 aylar önce
Very interesting, inspiring and informative podcast, Gen Kulkarni's energy and enthusiasm is contagious ❤..love to hear more from him. Smithaji please have one more podcast with him.
@kollikrish 8 aylar önce
Gen Kulkarni, you are my hero,not those cricket or bollywood types. Real hero and inspiration, company should hire this kind of individuals as brand ambassador ❤
@rameshputhalamanoharareddy6942 7 aylar önce
Thank you mam for bringing these real heroes here to watch. I loved listening to them. Its enlightening and entertaining as well. Every persons life is better than a movie story
@drsangameshwarg226 7 aylar önce
Gen Sahaab and Smita avare, time spent watching this single interview was far worth than some crap news or Bollywood movie. We stay safe because of your valour sir 🫡
@Drkp23 8 aylar önce
Hats off sir … because of brave soldiers like you, we are feeling safe
@sameersagar10 8 aylar önce
First and Foremost really thankful to You Mam for doing this episode with Lt. Gen. Kulkarni Sir… this was super educational… and really thankful to Kulkarni sir for his outstanding service…. Deep Respect 🫡
@devashishdeshmukh9275 7 aylar önce
It's a request to ANI to please get more Respected Officials like Sir Lt Gen Kulkarni (Retd) from the Armed Forces, we really wanna known the true events and their struggle in depth. Jai hind and Ram ram.
@MrPratiksh 8 aylar önce
Enjoyed every second of this podcast ❤ salute to patriot Lt General Kulkarni and all Indian soldiers
@NatarajanAV 8 aylar önce
"Soldier is a Soldier" well said sir ❤
@saurabhdas2022 7 aylar önce
I showed this video to my father and he just screamed with joy and said thats my boss. I got to know that my father served under General Kulkarni at the Army Headquarters. My dad described him as a wonderful human being, a happy go lucky person, a very efficient officer and a leader, a very humble man.
@shrutzin 8 aylar önce
This was so interesting, got to know many new things. Kudos also to your co-host who asked really good questions and was very well informed.
@nishutoshsharma447 8 aylar önce
Wonderful podcast. What a respect he shows in the beginning of the conversation for his team, teaches us how real leaders respect their teams. Also, never knew these stories that Lt. Gen. saab told. Ram Ram Sir, Jai Hind
@Vivek.Mahadevan 7 aylar önce
What a riveting narration! Ram ram Kumaon Regiment, and Jai Hind to all brave hearts serving the nation .. Thanks a lot Smita for bringing these gems. You must do something on INS Vikrant and INS Ghazi stories from the 1971 war.
@Sunny12-23 7 aylar önce
Very interesting and informative episode. Your "Generals" series is very enlightening for us civilians. Gives us a better understanding of their contribution and the difficult times they go thru to keep us safe. Jai Hind🇮🇳
@MitrafromWinscho 7 aylar önce
Had all emotions played in my mind, the never heard bravery of our soldiers gives goosebumps and makes me feel prouder. Thanks ANI and Smita Prakash for making this episode, please do more of these kind.
@gauraveneu 8 aylar önce
Far from the heated argument on tv..SP you are doing a fantastic job to bring back PPL like me to get into believing in a journalist ... Real stories are what India needs now..all the best lady 🙏
@MohdYusuf-ff9bi 7 aylar önce
Indian Army officers are Gentlemen Scholar Warriors. Amazed at the manner that he speaks so eloquently with all facts and figures.
@thiirsty_priest 8 aylar önce
Thank you ani team for such quality podcasts with such lineup of guests you provide to us viewers
@nimbumirchi55 5 aylar önce
He is so inspiring, just like a child. So much of enthusiasm and a child like energy. The way current opposition discredits our armed forces off their contributions towards our safety and territory its humbling to see them still so motivated towards their goals and duties. No malice or no hatred. They still serve the nation with the same zing and vigour. Salute to all our heros.
@girishmurthy7713 7 aylar önce
Always trust a defense veteran to entertain with their life stories. So humble and down to earth general 🙏
@abhijeetsn 7 aylar önce
What an amazing inspiration... such an amazing personality....lots of love to Mr. Kulkarni!...khup chan vatla interview.
@VasudevNagaraj 8 aylar önce
Yet again Smitha... a great conversation.... I am amazed how you can scale to the different bandwidths of the people you interview on your podcast, the amount of research you do and of course your pleasing personality that brings out the best of the interview 😀
@phanibhushan5054 8 aylar önce
It's pleasure to hear our heartfelt history of our Indian army achievements and their sacrifice for nation first. Lt Kulkarni dareness, a big namaste Sir. Please invite and interview such heroes of Indian army. Jai Hind 🎉🎉
@akshaythakur4780 7 aylar önce
I am addicted to Our Heroes talking about their experiences and our history 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳
@gyadre 7 aylar önce
SFF played the major role not only in capturing but guarding it for many years. I know even my distance relative and another colleague had served in Siachen. The role of SFF is that even the Indian army officer and Jawan used to address SFF personnel as Pungya aka Relative / Bhai. Each SFF stayed at Siachen for 4 months. The contribution of SFF was not acknowledged whether in 1971 Bangladesh liberation war, Siachen in 1984 or Kargil in 1999.
@myksaussietales5869 7 aylar önce
Though, I’m born and raised in JnK, now living in Australia, this conversation brought back the memories of my childhood in the hills. Jai Hind 🙏
@ramsharma3704 8 aylar önce
Brilliant, very enjoyable. In 1947,My grandparents were lucky to escape with their lives from Islamic Pakistan. Now I live in England, I have watched all your programs. As a little boy,watched, Tiger Niazi signing surrender documents on our black/White TV. My grandparents n parents saw lots atrocities in Pakistan Punjab. Pakistanis can never Trusted. In England jails are full of Pakistanis. Pakistanis have raped 1000s of minor English girls .
@jungnay 7 aylar önce
Its amazing to see someone with such vast experiece and such command on language, eloquenrly narrating sotry with vast amout of info at his figertips. No stutter, no pause for recollection. My god!
@jamesdean1801 8 aylar önce
What a podcast from Operation Meghdoot to stories of Pakistani and then Geopolitics of 84. Enjoyed every bit of it.
@kunaluppal23 7 aylar önce
Salute and hats off to this great man, and the Indian Army! Only the truest legends can remain this humble and balanced. What a treat it was to listen to his stories! Wonderful.
@ashwinkumar2647 8 gün önce
Very very pleased to have seen this. Salute to the Lt Gen and his team for the glorious work they have done, Salute to the principles and ethos of the Indian Army and the families. This should reach every Indian and should be broadcasted on all media. Thank You team ANI.
@priyanarayanan1232 4 aylar önce
Jai Hind !!! Awesome Interview. Loved every bit of it. May God bless our Indian Army !!!
@princeagnihotri4560 7 aylar önce
He was damn excited sharing the stories like it all occurred yesterday and didn't inhibited from clearing out facts which could have remain unknown.
@adityarao8570 Aylar önce
His storytelling capability is amazing!! Perfect podcast material. I can see smita is soo engrossed in the story, along with the names of the soldiers. Thankyou so much Lt Gen Kulkarni.
@savitarao7458 8 aylar önce
Inspiring stories of bravery, courage and excellence and great characters with admirable qualities! Wish all of us had such an upbringing ! Hon. Retd. Army personnel should be requested to work as character building trainer in every school to mould young minds and bodies under a seperate and compulsory subject because everyone doesn't join NCC.
@sudeepchowdhuri6762 8 aylar önce
I was in Leh at the time the Gen was in Siachen, and would see the choppers being in casualties to GH [not MH]. That had something which looked like a huge cylinder which was used to simulate sea level for people with HAPO. Also, we inducted fighters in case of escalation. Normal fighters would not work, they were too fast in the rarefied air. So hunters were brought in. These were no longer in service & only Suryakirans [then called Thunderbolts] were using them. It was so strange to see fully armed fighters painted in gaudy blue with white stripes all over [the colour of the Suryakirans team then].
@shubhamgangrade3983 7 aylar önce
It is always a delight to listen our army man. Thank you so much sir your real life experiences motivates us to do something for our country 👍🙏🇮🇳🇮🇳 Jay Hind.
@lramesh9 7 aylar önce
Smithaji Firstly thank you for bringing the experience of such excellent men to your Podcast. I am not sure how to thank the men who serve the at these heights for India to scale even greater heights. I bow down to the Indian defense forces who makes the mission impossible possible at all times
@MrVinodeva 7 aylar önce
Mind blowing! what a great discussion General I can visualize. Thank you !!! so far we really don’t know much about operation Mehadoot. This one of the finest Podcast I have ever heard
@Roope1980 8 aylar önce
Thank You Sir and a big salute to all those who are serving in the forces and protecting our land and our lives. Thank you once again.
@ramamurthibalasubramaniam6018 2 aylar önce
Fantastic chat.Huge kudos to Smitha.Prakash. You are a blessing . Your homework shows well, when you do point some interesting facts. Wish Smitha Prakash helps in introducing such rate topics of history in school texts too. KEEP. IT GOING.
@ahirbhairavorai7793 8 aylar önce
The best 2+ hours of my life, listening to this great man.
@Dudenator203 8 aylar önce
Brilliant. Didn’t want it to end. I’m still in awe of the knowledge that our soldiers have.
@ravinderoberoi5452 3 aylar önce
Fantastic interview smitaji . Thank u for introducing us to gen. Kulkarni whom we would otherwise have never heard off. What a man!
@himanshubhaskar9797 7 aylar önce
Feeling very proud of hearing this. My father served in Siachen glacier, but at a later stage 1992-94.. love and respect to all our brave soldiers..
@seenuhi 6 aylar önce
@arijitghosh9086 7 aylar önce
Thank you Lt Gen Kulkarni for your service. We are indebted. God Bless you Sir. Ram Ram, Jai Hind. Indian Army Zindabad.
@Jay78bhupats 6 aylar önce
Oh my god I could just keep on listening to him for ever and ever it was such an excellent episode … complete 2 hours 16 mins , I have listened thrice
@sureshkumar1954 5 aylar önce
@hrishikesh7546 7 aylar önce
Goosebumps throughout this podcast proud to be born in this great country which produces such super humans
@anushavenkatachalam2323 6 aylar önce
What an amazing man, and a great storyteller!
@sunilkhedkar2904 7 aylar önce
Thank you for bringing such an inspiring, informative session. Feel proud of our soldiers and officers of our forces! Jay Hind!
@ootyguy26 7 aylar önce
My salute to those who guard our borders on ice capped mountains. Loved this pod cast a lot. Jai hind
@kandukuri007 7 aylar önce
I always believed from my childhood that when we have an Indian army personel standing at the border no one can harm India... Just baffled with the fact that our own internal elements are damaging India .... Jai Jawan Jai Hind
@sweetguy0 8 aylar önce
What an episode . Sir, You are an inspiration to all Indians. Jai Hind !
@anulalli 7 aylar önce
Awesome session with Sir. That year I remember we were in BB Cantt, a student of 12th. Have some recollections about this operation being discussed with family and friends in the Cantt.
@rajchauhan4428 7 aylar önce
My second army pod of the day. What amazing stories and hats of to the valourof our troops . And amazing work by Smita ma’am and team ❤️ . Jai Bharat!
@trnswamy 8 aylar önce
Even though I have heard it many times, eager to hear it again from the great General.
@rumaranisarkar3918 8 aylar önce
@rumaranisarkar3918 8 aylar önce
Pronaji Mamji and yous teamsji are both thanksji🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏❤❤❤❤❤🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺
@Fkinez 7 aylar önce
wow smitaji, the quality of guests keeps better and better, I am glad this was 2hrs long, thoroughly enjoyed it, most enlightening episode Om Shanti😢💐 Rakesh Chanchal
@naveendubey5600 7 aylar önce
Once a fauji always a fauji. The cute smiling face of Gen Kulkarni has a brave heart behind. The way you narrate things are worth listening many times. God bless you, your men, the great Indian army and our armed forces. Privileged to have such gentleman in our army .
@priyamurali4592 7 aylar önce
These podcasts should reach today's generation. Indians should know the sacrifice made by our Army, Navy and Airforce. Instead of watching the terror sympathetic bollywood crappy movies and Netflix shows, these are the shows the nation's GenX must watch.
@sayanchakraborty5179 8 aylar önce
We are fortunate to have such army personnel... Jai Hind
@Indranath3636 7 aylar önce
Hi Team, Great content by Smita prakash. I want this content to reach maximum people possible, I think ANI team ka make small small clips or even shorts which can grow their viewership on the main video by at least 40%. Salute to Lt Gen Kulkarni and his sprit for patriotism.
@shrithikkothari8220 8 aylar önce
Thank you for this wonderful episode with the legendary Gen Kulkarni. I humbly request you to please try and get Lt Gen YK Joshi for an episode or two.
@Bhoetuk 7 aylar önce
The show here left out one special forces who also took part and I very proudly want to say who that is: It is the Tibetan Special Frontier Force(SFF)of the Vikas Battalion, Chakrata. UK. I am sad because there is no mention of them. They were the same Vikas Battalion who bravely captured the heights of mountain in Galwan in Ladhak during the Chinese incursion 2019 or 2020 where we lost one brave soldier.
@pavanshetty9806 7 aylar önce
Could you share their role in Siachan and Operation Megdoot because the topic concetrated on this. There are lots of great regiment. This video is not on regiments or entire army. This podcast is on his experience . So your sadness is misplaced. You creating sadness or problems where there should be none.
@guruwonder9626 4 aylar önce
All your programs range between very good and brilliant. Always informative, thought provoking, educative and entertaining. This one is particularly stimulating. Salute To Gen. Kulkarni, you and your team.
@alexk798 8 aylar önce
A thorough gentleman and soldier for life type of a human being. Jai Hind!
@jayson1874 7 aylar önce
I admire Smitha maam for her in-depth knowledge on the matter being discussed. Salute Kulkarnisaab for ur bravado! So blessed v r thx to our Army! Jai hind
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