Blogs by Colonel Ajay Ahlawat

Colonel Ajay Ahlawat View on Ranthambore | Col Ajay Ahlawat Polo

About Ranthambore by Colonel Ajay Ahlawat     Extended over a zone of 392 kilometers, the Ranthambore National Park or Ranthambore, as it’s prevalently known just like the fortieth national stop of North India. It was in the year 1973 that Government of India proclaimed the Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary as a Tiger hold. “At long last in the year 1980 it was proclaimed as the Ranthambore National Park, while it was just in the year

How did the Cavalry Originate in the Indian Army? | Col Ajay Ahlawat

It was in the year 1796 when the East India Company chose to raise the primary European-styled local/Indian mounted force regiment in the Army of Bengal. All things considered, that denoted the introduction of the cutting edge age Cavalry in the Indian Army. Back, at that point, India had been isolated into three administrations – Bengal, Bombay and Madras, and each had its own armed force. “Once the principal rangers was framed, it was trailed