Victory War Memorial

Victory War Memorial, formerly called the Cupid's bow, is a memorial in Chennai, India, originally constructed to commemorate the victory of the Allied Armies during World War I (1914–1918) and later became the victory war memorial for World War II (1939–1945), erected in the memory of those from the Madras presidency who lost their lives in the wars.[1] Later addition includes inscriptions of 1948 Kashmir Aggression, 1962 War with China and the Indo-Pakistan War.

Victory War Memorial
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Yugendra Kumar
Yugendra Kumar
SIZEDIMENSIONPRICE
725 x 1000 11 USD
2174 x 3000 23 USD
3867 x 5336 30 USD
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3867 x 5336
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