When the five French-manufactured Rafale roared over the Indian airspace and landed at the Ambala air base this afternoon, 22-year-old Saurav Chordia from Basugaon – a small town in Assam’s Bodoland region – was living his proudest moment. The pilots of Squadron 17, also known as Golden Arrows, who flew in the fighter jets wore on their uniforms, arm patches designed by this young man. Growing up, Saurav Chordia had always wanted to be a pilot but weak eyesight left him with an unfulfilled dream. However, with his patches on the uniforms of the Rafale pilots, this 3D designer is flying high.
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