Sepoy K Vikas Janardhan, from Purad village in Yavatmal district of Maharashtra, was among the 18 soldiers who were martyred in the deadly militant attack in North Kashmir's Uri town in September last year.
He had transferred to the camp only six months before the attack.
When he laid down his life for the country, he left behind him his wife Sneha, his ten-month-old daughter Jignyasa, parents and a younger brother.
An online campaign started by Prashant Thakker on Ketto to raise funds for Jignyasa's education has been garnering positive responses.
Of the Rs 9 lakh goal, over Rs 7 lakh has already been collected. You too can contribute here and help reach the target.
Nirdh Mehta, a 24-year-old software engineer, has also started an online campaign to raise funds for the Indian Army by cycling for 2000 km from Mumbai to Wagah border.
The current goal of the campaign is to raise Rs 20,00,000 and the amount will go to the Army central welfare fund.
To contribute, click here.
Over the last year, numerous similar campaigns were started on Ketto to raise funds for the families of martyred soldiers and over Rs 43,00,000 has been collected till now.