Bharat Darshan Study Tour: Kashmir Valley Students Explore India’s Diversity

A group of 27 students hailing from the Kashmir Valley is embarking on an enlightening journey across India through the Bharat Darshan Study Tour, organized by the 10 BN SSB Batmaloo in Srinagar. Commencing from Srinagar, their itinerary includes stops at Amritsar, Chandigarh, Delhi, and back, offering a captivating odyssey through the myriad landscapes of India.

Commencing on February 6, 2024, this week-long expedition seeks to immerse the students in India’s rich cultural tapestry, historical landmarks, and natural marvels, fostering a profound appreciation for their heritage. From the resplendent Golden Temple and poignant Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar to the tranquil Sukhna Lake and Punjab Governor’s House in Chandigarh, and further to the iconic sites in Delhi such as India Gate, Kartavyapath, War Memorial, PM Museum, Red Fort, and Gandhi Smriti, each destination promises a journey of discovery.

The program was graced by A. Ravinder Nath, Director of NIT Srinagar/Vice Chancellor of Central University of Kashmir, who served as the Chief Guest, inspiring the local youth and commending the efforts of SSB. Commandant Rohitashwa highlighted that under the guidance of experienced mentors and tour guides, the students will not only marvel at India’s grandeur but also engage in meaningful interactions with local communities, nurturing a deeper understanding of the nation’s ethos and values.

This journey symbolizes unity in diversity, as students from various backgrounds come together to celebrate India’s vibrant culture. Through this transformative experience, the endeavor aims to instill a sense of pride and belonging in the young generation, nurturing future leaders who will carry forward India’s rich legacy.

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