Major General G. D. Bakshi Height, Age, Wife, Biography & More

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Hometown: Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
Age: 70 Years
Education: Graduate

G. D. Bakshi

Real NameGagandeep Bakshi
ProfessionArmy Personnel
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 175 cm
in meters- 1.75 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 9”
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourWhite
Personal Life
Date of Birth1950
Age (as in 2020) 70 Years
BirthplaceJabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India
HometownJabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
SchoolSt. Aloysius Hr. Secondary School in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, National Defence Academy
CollegeIndian Military Academy
Educational QualificationGraduation
Commissioned14 November 1971
FamilyFather- Not Known
Mother- Not Known
Brother- Late Raman Bakshi (Worked as Captain in Indian Army)
Sister- Not Known
Official AddressGurgaon, Haryana
HobbiesDoing Yoga and Work out
Controversies• In 2016, IIT Madras Student Abhinav Surya labeled Bakshi's speech "hate mongering" when Bakshi was delivering speech in IIT Madras over National Security. Regarding this Surya sent a letter to the department, in that letter
Surya wrote, "I am still not able to digest the fact the institute has given platform to such a speech filled with hatred, instigating violence among the students. A lecture that was heavily loaded with brewing enmity, inhumanity and glorification of brutality.”

• Many times he has mocked Mahatma Gandhi and other Freedom Fighters.

• While participating as a guest on a live debate show on Republic TV, he used profane language against a panelist in the show by calling him madar****. Following his comment, he was heavily criticized for using such foul language on a live debate. [1]The Free Press Journal
Girls, Affairs and More
Marital StatusMarried
WifeName Not Known

Gen G.D. Bakshi

Some Lesser Known Facts About Major General G.D. Bakshi

  • Does G.D. Bakshi drink alcohol?: Yes
  • G. D. Bakshi is a retired Indian army officer. He is from Jammu and Kashmir Rifles.
  • G. D. Bakshi is a veteran of many skirmishes on the Line of Control and of counter-terrorist operations in Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab.
  • Bakshi’s brother Captain Raman Bakshi was the first martyr in the 1965 India-Pakistan War at the young age of 23 years. In the Memory of his brother, one street of Jabalpur has been named Raman Bakshi Marg.
  • After Graduation, on 14 November 1971 Bakshi was called into action at the outbreak of hostilities in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.
  • He was awarded the Vishisht Seva Medal for commanding a battalion in operations in Kargil.
  • He was awarded the Sena Medal for counter-terror operations in the rugged mountains of Kishtwar.
  • He is a creative writer too. He writes on Military matters. He has published 24 books and over 110 papers in many prestigious research journals.
  • He has been the teacher at the Indian Military Academy Dehradun and the Prestigious Defence Services Staff College at Wellington for three years.
  • He taught at National Defence College Delhi, for two years and retired from this prestigious assignment in June 2008.
  • His recent book published is the Bose: The Indian Samurai, this was published in 2016.                                            Bose