The National War Memorial is a monument constructed by the Government of India in the vicinity of the India Gate, New Delhi, to honour its Armed Forces. The memorial is spread over 40 acres and is made around the existing chhatri (canopy) near India Gate. The memorial wall is flushed with the ground and in harmony with existing aesthetics. Names of martyrs during 1947–48, 1961 (Goa), 1962 (China), 1965, 1971, 1987 (Siachen), 1987-88 (Sri Lanka), 1999 (Kargil), and other operations such as Operation Rakshak, are inscribed on the memorial walls. The innermost structure of the National War Memorial (India) complex called the Amar Chakra (Circle of Immortality). The other structures in the entire Memorial complex are the Veerta Chakra (Circle of Bravery): a covered gallery,with bronze murals depictingBattles of Gangasagar, Longewala, Tithwal, Rizangla, and Operation Meghdoot (1984), Trident (1971) the Tyag Chakra (Circle of Sacrifice) and the Rakshak Chakra (Circle of Protection). A War Museum will be also constructed in the adjoining Princess Park area. The Princess Park, is a 14-acres area north of India Gate, with barrack-type accommodation, built during World War II, which since 1947 has served as family accommodation for mid level armed forces officers posted in Service Headquarters in New Delhi. The proposed National War Museum and the National War Memorial will be connected by a subway. The War Memorial and Museum are expected to cost ₹500 crore (US$70 million).