Raja Litta Raja Ditta
Missing believed Killed
Stories from the Monsoon War
A Nishan e Haider at Kala Pul, A Grave that got moved, and a Monument that never existed
Catching the trail from a seasoned patwari from Gujar Khan, following the remote routes into the rural heart of Potohar, refueling our car from an unorthodox gas station with quite an unorthodox filling mechanism, we eventually knocked at the doorsteps of Sawar Muhammad Hussain Shaheed, Nishan e Haider.
… those who continued to fight even after the surrender
… with their names becoming immortal
and their tales, a source of inspiration
the tale of lion-heart and immortal Mahfooz …
to friendship, to valour, to sacrifice!
In The Lion’s Den
Captain Sher, with a handful of souls, heavily undersized in number and arms, moving uphill at the highest battlefield on earth, in broad daylight launched a daring counter attack right into the heart of on looking enemy. The ferocity of his daring attack won him the respect of the enemy defending the Tiger Hills who deliberated upon him as “The Lion Karnal Sher”…