Subedar Major Yogendra Singh Yadav, Wife, Biography, Family, Story & More


Yogendra Singh Yadav PVC 1

Full Name Yogendra Singh Yadav
Famous ForRecipient of Param Vir Chakra
ProfessionArmy Personnel
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 180 cm
in meters- 1.80 m
in feet inches- 6'0
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 70 kg
in pounds- 150 lbs
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Service/BranchIndian Army
Unit18 Grenadiers
Wars/Battles• Battle of Tiger Hill
• Operation Vijay
• Kargil War
AwardParam Vir Chakra
Param Vir Chakra
Personal Life
Date of BirthMay 10 1980
Birth PlaceSikandrabad, Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh
Zodiac sign/Sun signTaurus
HometownSikandrabad, Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh
Educational QualificationHigh School
Girls, Affairs and More
Marital StatusMarried
Yogendra Singh Yadav With Family
Marriage Date05 May 1999
Wife/SpouseNot Known
ChildrenSon- Not Known
Daughter- Not Known
ParentsFather- Karan Singh Yadav
Mother- Santara Devi
SiblingsBrothers-Devender Singh Yadav, Rambal Singh Yadav, Jitender Singh Yadav
Sister- None

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Yogendra Singh Yadav

  • Does Yogendra Singh Yadav smoke?: Not known
  • Does Yogendra Singh Yadav drink?: Not known
  • At the age of 16 years and 5 months, he joined Indian Army as a Sainik.
  • He was married for only 15 days when he reported for National duty during Kargil War.
  • He was just 19 when he went to  Kargil. Yogendra Singh Yadav During Kargil War
  • On 12 June 1999, his battalion captured Tololing Top, and in the process, 2 officers, 2 junior commissioned officers, and 21 soldiers sacrificed their lives.
  • He was a part of the Ghatak Platoon, tasked to capture Tiger Hill on the night of 3/4 July 1999.
  • The platoon had to climb 1000 feet of a vertical, steep, snowbound and rocky section of Tiger Hill to reach the top. He volunteered to lead and fix the rope for his team. On seeing the team, the enemy opened extreme automatic, grenade, rocket and artillery fire, the Commander and two of his colleagues died in the firing and the platoon was stalled.
  • He then crawled up to the enemy position in tranquillity and in the process he sustained multiple bullet injuries. He continued climbing in the forward direction towards the enemy positions, lobbed grenades, continued firing from his weapons and executed four enemy soldiers in close combat. Despite multiple bullet injuries, he refused to be evacuated and continued. Inspired by his valorous act, the platoon charged on the other positions with thunder and captured Tiger Hill Top. Captured Tiger Hill top
  • He survived 17 bullets on his body with one bullet piercing through his heart during the Tiger Hill Operation. “I had sustained 12 bullet wounds on my arm, legs. An enemy soldier also took an aim at my chest and fired a bullet, but it ricocheted off the Rs 5 coins I had kept in my pocket,” Yadav told a PTI here. Yogendra Singh Yadav Survived Bullet Injuries
  • The Param Vir Chakra was announced for him posthumously, but soon it was found that he was recovering in a hospital and there was another soldier with his namesake in the company who was martyred during Kargil war.
  • Yogender Singh Yadav became the youngest soldier(aged 19) to receive this honour. Yogendra Singh Yadav PVC
  • There are only three living recipients of the Param Vir Chakra Award: Yogendra Singh Yadav, Bana Singh, Sanjay Kumar. Yogendra Singh Yadav With Bana Singh And Sanjay Kumar
  • Grenadier Yogender Singh Yadav became the example of the most evident valor, invincible gallantry, and determination under extreme adverse circumstances.


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