Dear Friends, well wishers,
In furtherance of our efforts to recognize, remember and commemorate this supreme sacrifice of our soldier’s in India and globally, our organization plans to install a huge statue adjacent to the Indian monument at Neuve-Chapelle on the centurion anniversary of the Armistice Day. The proposed statue in bronze has a size of approximately 12 m x 3.8 m and weighs 11 Tons, a photograph of the same is attached. This is the 1st time; in France that this type of memorial will be installed in memory of our Indian soldiers.

The necessary formalities and the permissions have already been applied for and we hope to have all the approvals by end of March 2019. The cost likely to be incurred in fabrication, transportation and installation is estimated at approximately 2 Crores of rupees.For successful accomplishment of this noble work, our organization seeks voluntary contributions from corporate house and individuals.

We would be grateful if you could indicate your willingness to contribute. All contributions are exempted from income tax and we provide a receipt for the amount you donate.For further enquiries, please email or call us.

Thanking you, in anticipation.

Committee Members


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India’s role in the First War has always been downplayed and under-documented for a number of reasons. India did not gain freedom till the Second Great War making the First a distant memory. Since there was no Indian nation yet, any forces sent from the subcontinent tended to be Empire soldiers or soldiers of princely states – both notions making them somewhat less than Indian for later commentators.

The First World War is a relatively unnoticed event in an otherwise historic timeline of Indian events. This colossal effort in the most difficult circumstance is not entirely forgotten nor actively remembered and needs to be portrayed in the correct perspective globally and in India.

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