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Mega Show Jang-e-Saragarhi celebrates Saragarhi Day with 4th Sikh at Bathinda Cantt.

To commemorate the 122nd year of the legendary Battle of Saragarhi, Latta Productions in association with Punjab Art Theatre has produced a unique Sight & Sound historical act ‘Jang-E-Saragarhi.’ Staged in front of serving & retired officers and soldiers of 4 Sikh, now posted at Bathinda on Saragarhi Day – September 12. Harbux Latta said, “It…
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Jang-e-Sargarhi captivates audiences in Palampur Hills

The most recent performance of Mega Sight & Sound Show Jang-e-Saragarhi received huge appreciation from soldiers of Holta Cantt. Palampur, Himachal Pradesh. The shows took place for two consecutive days on 22nd & 23rd June of 2019. The first show was attended by soldiers from Holta Cantt. as well as nearby cantonments. The second show…
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Scene from Jang-e-Saragarhi, Light & Sound Show

“Jang-e-Saragarhi” a success at IMA, Dehradun

After numerous shows at army cantonments all over Punjab, the team of Jang-e-Saragarhi was honored to perform at the prestigious Indian Military Academy, Dehradun. The show was attended and well appreciated by the Commandant of IMA, Lt Gen. SK Jha. JANG-E-SARAGARHI, a Sight & Sound extravaganza shone light on the forgotten Battle of Saragarhi, considered…
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Jang-e-Saragarhi at YPS Mohali with H’ble CM Punjab Capt. Amarinder Singh

JANG-E-SARAGARHI, Sight & Sound show at Yadavindra Public School, Mohali had the galaxy of top brass of Indian army officers as spectators, Chief Guest, CM Punjab, Capt. Amarinder Singh, GOC-in-C western command Lt Gen Surinder Singh, Commandant IMA S K Jha, Corp Commander Lt Gen A S Kler, GoC 1st Armoured Div. Maj Gen J…
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Light & sound show on battle of saragarhi

“JANG-E-SARAGARHI” – A Mega Sight & Sound Show

JANG-E-SARAGARHI, a Sight & Sound extravaganza has astounded audiences and shone light on the forgotten Battle of Saragarhi, considered to be one of the greatest last stands in history, where only 21 soldiers & 1 cook under the command of Havaldar Ishar Singh of the 36 Sikh Regiment crammed in a small signal post fought…
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