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Army major pays final respects to martyred husband with her 5 day old baby

Major Kumud Dogra, donning her crisp uniform, marches forward. This is perhaps of one of the saddest moments of her life – as she pays homage to her martyred husband, IAF pilot Wing Commander Dushyant Vats who was killed in a microlight helicopter crash in Assam.
But she isn’t alone. Bundled in her arms is her 5-day baby, one who never had the chance to see her father alive. This picture of Major Kumud Dogra, walking to her husband’s funeral with her baby in her arms.
It is difficult to imagine how one can have the courage to shield themselves and not break down in the final moments of losing their dear ones.The courage, resilience and indomitable spirit of the army woman, while bidding her husband goodbye, has inspired many.


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