This is the story of Baba Harbhajan Singh, an Indian Army soldier, who died in 1968 but his ghost is believed to still be protecting his brothers-in-arms at the border. Born in a village of Punjab in 1941, Harbhajan Singh enrolled himself in the Indian Army in 1956.

In 1965, he was granted a commission and was posted to serve with the 14 Rajput Regiment. It was in the year 1967, near Nathu-La pass, that Singh met his end after slipping and drowning in a glacier while he was leading a column of mules carrying supplies to a lonesome outpost

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