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How do soldiers keep in touch with their families while at the battlefield? How do families talk to their beloved soldiers who stay away for months?
Away from home and living in harsh conditions, a letter, ghar se, can soothe the wrung nerves of soldiers, convey to them the much-needed warmth of home. And, for the families of martyrs, letters are mementos which keep alive our brave heroes.
The Quint’s 'With Love, Ghar Se' attempts to chronicle these emotional exchanges. Original letters written by family members to Captain Vijayant Thapar, Major CB Dwivedi, Captain Vikram Batra, Major Akshay Girish, and Naik Deepchand are testament to the bond which families and faujis were able to cement, despite being miles away.