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STORY OF NASIB SINGH DHILLON:- A Tribute To The Indian Army

STORY OF NASIB SINGH DHILLON:- A Tribute To The Indian Army

  • Vansh MalhotraAuthor: Vansh Malhotra Publish date: Wednesday، 27 September 2023
STORY OF NASIB SINGH DHILLON:- A Tribute To The Indian Army

Stories about the Indian Army  and its various conquests have continued to have an enlightening impact worldwide due to various historical events with hidden spiritual meanings. Our heart soars with pride when we hear stories of inspiring army soldiers and generals who risked their lives for patriotism. One such story revolves around a retired Army Captain named Nasib Singh Dhillon, who had lived for 104 years by manifesting slogans of dedication and loyalty towards his country’s welfare. Born on 18th October 1914 in a small village in Jalandhar, Punjab, called Pharwala District, to parents Harnam Singh Dhillon and Rai Kaur, Nasib Singh Dhillon’s passion for joining the Army persisted since his birth. After extreme hard work and army training, he and his three other brothers served the Army with unmatched willpower and courage. 

NASIB SINGH DHILLON’S BELIEFS 

STORY OF NASIB SINGH DHILLON:- A Tribute To The Indian Army

After retiring from the Army and building his house in Mohali, Punjab, Nasib Singh Dhillon went to London in 1963, where he started working as a Station Master in customs. Being religious, he deeply knew Guru Granth Sahib and wrote many books connecting their philosophies with his beliefs. His main emphasis was that God is invisible; we cannot see with our eyes, but we feel it, and this sensation led him to say, “Waheguru Tu Meharban Hai,”  which is the Sikh prayer signifying, “thou art gracious.” This prayer means we should have faith in the divine power and repeat this prayer without asking anything. He even knew astrology and loved predicting people’s destinies by looking at their hands in his free time. He had also studied Hamdard and Ayurvedic medicine, which led him to treat many illnesses. He is an equivalent of determination. One inspiring thing to note about him is that he had powerful eyesight and never took the help of spectacles for reading purposes, even after crossing a century. 

CELEBRATION WITH QUEEN ELIZABETH II

STORY OF NASIB SINGH DHILLON:- A Tribute To The Indian Army

Since Nasib Singh Dhillon had been a part of the army in India during British rule, his valor and strength gave him the platform to get officially recognized by Queen Elizabeth II. This photo expresses his joy and enthusiasm as she shares anecdotes of his victories with the Queen. 

PERILS OF DISCRIMINATION 

STORY OF NASIB SINGH DHILLON:- A Tribute To The Indian Army

Discrimination tried to become a major obstacle in Nasib Singh Dhillon’s path due to which he had been forced to cut his hair and beard. However, bravery never left him apart and he grew his beard and hair again to fight with the norms of discrimination. 

BOOKS 

STORY OF NASIB SINGH DHILLON:- A Tribute To The Indian Army

The above book collection displays his passion for writing and his creative skills, which also became integral to his life. Most of the books were written in Punjabi but later translated into English. 

HIS SECRET RECIPE TO LIVE A CENTURY 

STORY OF NASIB SINGH DHILLON:- A Tribute To The Indian Army

Nasib Singh Dhillon reveals his secret for successfully living a century by saying that anger is one of the deadliest weapons in the world that has the potential to reduce one’s lifespan. In contrast, Nasib Singh Dhillon was short-tempered and always became angry with people over small situations. When questioned by one of his grandsons regarding the conflict between his philosophy and actions, Nasib Singh Dhillon laughed and revealed that he never took any tension inside him when he shouted at others. That was his technique to express his disagreement and scare others without being frustrated himself from inside. In short, when Nasib Singh Dhillon was shouting at someone, inside you can imagine him smiling and resting at ease without any stress. While his outside temper became his external identity, Relaxation and calmness formed the core of his mind. He died on 11th July 2017 at the age of 104. He continues to be a leading example of inspiration for all.

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    Vansh Malhotra

    Author Vansh Malhotra

    My name is Vansh Malhotra and I am a passionate creative writer who adores writing on various topics as writing is my exercise for the mind. I write poems, short fiction stories, personal stories, and articles on numerous themes ranging from festivals, travel blogs, Laughing Yoga, food, lifestyle, fashion, humor, and anything that arouses my curious mind

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