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Indian National Army Monument , Singapore

Type of Destination
Historical, Heritage
Languages Spoken
English, Malay, Standard Mandarin

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Singapore Indian National Army Monument

About Indian National Army Monument

The Former Indian National Army Monument is a historical site and a war memorial at theEsplanade Park located at Connaught Drive within the city center of Singapore. In 1995, the National Heritage Board marked the place as a historical site and subsequently with financial donations from the Indian community in Singapore, a new monument commemorating the previous one was erected on that spot. The monument was constructed to commemorate the "Unknown Warrior" of the Indian National Army (INA). The words inscribed on the war memorial were its motto, which is Unity (Ittefaq), Faith (Etmad) and Sacrifice (Kurbani). It was built during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore as the Japanese and the INA had one enemy in common, i.e., the British

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