The Amar Jawan Jyoti is a pure tribute and remembrance to the martyrs who fought and fight for the pride of the county. It is a flame that signifies the immortal soldier. A memorial for the undying spirit of the soldiers of the country, Amar Jawan Jyoti holds historic significance in the country. Amar Jawan Jyoti is established in numerous cities and Jaipur as a city has its very own magnificent memorial too.
The Amar Jawan Jyoti is sited at Lalkothi in the city of Jaipur.
Recent renovations and constructions taking place at the memorial will be of much interest to the readers. The divisions or the units of the defence forces, which are the army, navy and the air force and their tales of gallantry and valour will now take a substantial form at the Amar Jawan Jyoti. It is said that in the rear of the memorial will a complex be created that showcases the tales and chivalrous acts of the army and its divisions. The complex is believed to be detailed and spectacular in its formation.
The complex is being erected under the direction, regulation and guidance of Mr. Prabodh Kumar Bhatnagar of New Delhi. Estimated erection costs of the complex are 12 crores INR. The support of the Indian army and Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) will be a constant during this construction period. Jaipur Development Authority had previously constructed a massive art gallery in the rear of the Amar Jawan Jyoti. The art gallery has 20 differentiated sections within it. Within these diverse sections is a stunning display of the defence forces of the country. The display consists of art, sculptures and audio visual movies etc. which bring life to the memories of the martyrs yet again through the exhibition of spectacular art.
The formation of this complex is estimated to be completed in near about 15 to 20 days.
The demonstration of the war of the Haldi Ghati along with the costumes and outfit style and details of the soldiers during the reign of the great ruler Maharana Pratap will be presented via sculptures.
Sculptures of the awardees from the state of Rajasthan for the Param Veer Chakra who are namely Shri. Hoshiyaar Singh, Shri. Shaitaan Singh and Shri. Piru Singh will be essentially erected in the complex.
A separate section will be set up to showcase the costume and outfit manner of the soldiers of the Indian army during the Second World War, 1965 and the fight and turmoil during the year 1971. In addition to this, sculptures of the soldiers during the Second World War will be showcased in the form of a collage which is expected to be an attraction too to capture the attention of the visitors.