Hello aspirants in this article we will discuss Best Motivational Books For Defence Aspirants.
“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”
This quote is applicable to everyone, including every defense aspirant. Apart from the preparation material, it is essential for the aspirants to read books on Indian armed forces to remain motivated and have an in-depth understanding of the services in which they are going to play a key role in the future. we are providing a list of the Indian Army Best motivational books for reading.
1. The Brave: Param Vir Chakra stories by Rachna Bisht Rawat
The Brave comprises heart-touching stories of twenty-one of India’s bravest soldiers from the battlefield about how India’s highest military honor was won. The stories had been made by Mrs. Rachna Bisht Rawat with great research, visiting the regiments as well as the relatives of the Braveheart on her own.
2. Black Tornado: The Military Operations of 26/11: Sandeep Unnithan
In this book, Sandeep Unnithan has put together a blow-by-blow account of the 26/11 Mumbai terrorist strike and how the attack was thwarted by India’s security forces. Black Tornado is the name of the operation by the NSG. The book essentially deals with the brave acts of the NSG Commandos during the operation.
3. The Garud Strikes by Mukul Deva
Mukul Deva’s story is about the 4th Brigade of the Guards (1 Rajput), who played a critical role in the Indo-Pak War of 1971 that led to the creation of Bangladesh. The book ‘Garud Strikes’ is a breathtaking story of the military campaign. It was compiled from the experiences of the officers, JCOs, and the men of the 4th Brigade of the Guards.
4. Operation Blue Star: The True Story by Lt. Gen. KS Brar
As we know, Operation Blue Star is a turning point in contemporary modern Indian History. It is also one of the hotly-debated military operations across the world among security experts. The book ‘Operation Blue Star: The True Story is an honest narrative by KS Brar who led the operation.
5. Kargil: From Surprise to Victory by General VP Malik
The book offers a first-person account of the 1999 Kargil war by VP Malik, who served as the Chief of Army Staff during the conflict with Pakistan. In the book, Malik explained the rationale, planning, and conduct of the war and attempted to answer many related crucial questions.
We hope, you read the above-suggested books and get inspiration from them.