These Breathtaking Photos of Indian Army soldiers at Siachen will Shake your Soul. Salute!

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Siachen is the coldest army base of the world.The Siachen Glacier is located in the eastern Karakoram range in the Himalaya Mountains, just northeast of the point NJ9842 where the Line of Control between Indian and Pakistan Ends. Life here is so difficult and amazing.  One needs to be tough if he wants to live at Siachen. In fact, it needs more than that. It needs a devotion to serve India. We salute these soldiers. Make sure you read complete and share. These amazing pictures were uploaded by Indian Army official facebook page.

Ever thought how could be the life there?
Ever thought how could be the life there?
This breath taking view, god be kind on them.
This breath taking view, god be kind on them.
They never stop training, never.
They never stop training, never.
This is Indian Army abode and not chinese or Pakistani.
This is Indian Army abode and not chinese or Pakistani.
Soldiers guarding us at Siachen in chilling cold. Salute them.
Soldiers guarding us at Siachen in chilling cold. Salute them.

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The bridges are dangerous.
The bridges are dangerous.
Thrilling adventures, this is life at Siachen.
Thrilling adventures, this is life at Siachen.

Make sure you share this with every Indian! Jai Hind

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  1. Salutes to you people. I respect you my brave brothers. Living life just to live is ordinary thing but what you do is really extra ordinary. God bless you all.

  2. Great is the courage and spirit of our soldiers who bear such Spine chilling climate, staying away from their family to serve our motherland and guard us… Such is Our army ‘Indian army’

  3. Salutes to the army men who are defending us in such tedious conditions. Great men. .
    Shame on the people who loose mouth our armed forces.

  4. Just bow down in respect and admiration. No words are enough for our men in uniform, specially the ones who serve as sentinels at our far reaching borders in hostile terrains keeping our territories safe from the dirty gaze of a ruthless enemy while we sleep in peace in our homes.

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