Toughest Army Bases in India: Siachen to Indo-Pak Border

WRITTEN BY Saumya Jaiswar2023-01-15,13:24:14 news

Indian Army Day- January 15

On this day in 1949, Field Marshal Sir Kodandera 'Kipper' Madappa Cariappa took over the charge of Army from British General Sir Francis Butcher.

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Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

After the defeat to China in 1962 War, Tawang and surrounding areas have been a focus for both countries. The Indo-China border is 37-km away from Tawang.


Munabao, Rajasthan

The Rajasthan-West Pakistan frontier is about 1,040 kms long making it one of the longest Indo-Pak border.

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Dras (Kargil, J&K)

Dras is the coldest place in India with temperatures going as low as -60oC in winters. After Kargil War, Indian Army has increased men, machine and vigil of the region.

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Siachen Glacier

The temperature goes down to -50oC during winters. Soldiers even die from harsh weather conditions in the region.

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Port Blair, Andaman & Nicobar Islands

This is the only locations with a Tri-Service Theater Command of the Indian Armed Force

The Economic Times

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