TOP 5 Most Dangerous Destroyers,Warships Indian Navy,Indigenous,In Service 2016

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TOP 5 Most Dangerous Destroyers,Warships Indian Navy,Indigenous,In Service 2016

5)INS Mysore (D60),Delhi-Class Guided Missile Destroyer,Indian navy

INS Mysore is a Delhi-Class guided –missile Destroyer currently in active service with the Indian navy.The destroyer is manufactured by Mazagon Dock limited in mumbai.Her keel was laid down in February 1991 .It was ordered in 20 march 1992,Launched in 4 June 1993 and commissioned in Indian navy in 2 june 1999.

The Moto of The INS Mysore Destroyer is NA bhibheti kadaachana (Always Fearless).

TOP 5 Most Dangerous Destroyers,Warships Indian Navy,Indigenous,In Service 2016

INS Mysore (D60),Delhi-Class Guided Missile Destroyer,Indian navy

4)INS Delhi (D61) Delhi-Class Guided-missile Destroyer ,Largest Warship,Indian navy

INS Delhi is the Lead ship of her class of guided-Missile Destroyers of the Indian Navy.She was built at the Mazagon Dock Limited in Mumbai and launched in 20 March 1995 with  commissioned on 15 November 1997.It is currently in active service with Indian navy.This class is among the largest warships to be designed and built in India.

INS Delhi is the second vessel of the Indian Navy to bear the name.

TOP 5 Most Dangerous Destroyers,Warships Indian Navy,Indigenous,In Service 2016

INS Delhi (D61) Delhi-Class Guided-missile Destroyer ,Largest Warship,Indian navy

3)INS Mumbai (D62) Delhi-Class Guided missile Destroyers,Indian Navy

INS Mumbai is the Third of the Delhi-Class guided missile Destoyers in acive service with Indian Navy.The destroyer was built at Mazagon Dock Limited in her namesake city Mumbai.The project was laid down in 12 December 1992,Launched in 20 march 1995 and commissioned in with Indian navy on 22 Januray 2001.

The Motto of the INS Mumbai Delhi class Guided Missile destroyer  is Aham Prayptam Tvidamtesam Balam (I am invincible).

TOP 5 Most Dangerous Destroyers,Warships Indian Navy,Indigenous,In Service 2016

INS Mumbai (D62) Delhi-Class Guided missile Destroyers,Indian Navy

2)INS Kolkata (D63),largest Indigenous Made Destroyer,Indian Navy

INS Kolkata is the lead ship of the Kolkata-class guided-missile destroyers of the Indian Navy. She was constructed at Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL), and was handed over to the navy on 10 July 2014 after completing her sea trials. The ship was officially commissioned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a ceremony on 16 August 2014.It is currently in active service with Indian navy.

The keel of the warship was laid down inSeptember 2003 and the ship was launched in 2006.The 7,500-tonne warship has been designed by the Navy’s design bureau.Continue Reading…

TOP 5 Most Dangerous Destroyers,Warships Indian Navy,Indigenous,In Service 2016

INS Kolkata,largest Indigenous Made Destroyer,Indian Navy

1)INS Kochi (D64) Kolkata-Class Indigenous Made  Warship Destroyer Indian Navy

INS Kochi is the second Indian Navy kolkata class Destroyer.It is the India’s largest indigenous made warship designed by the Navy’s in-house organisation, directorate of naval design, and it is constructed by Mazagon Dock Ship builders Ltd in Mumbai.

 It has undergone sea trails and has been commissioned in Indian Navy on 30 September 2015. INS Kochi is the second ship of the Kolkata-class (Project 15A) Guided Missile Destroyers.THE ship will deploy in the Indian Ocean regions and perform its duty of safe-guarding maritime interests and protecting the coasts.

INS Kochi has the main motto Jahi Shatrun Mahabaho (Armed to Conquer).Continue Reading…

TOP 5 Most Dangerous Destroyers,Warships Indian Navy,Indigenous,In Service 2016

INS Kochi Kolkata-Class Indigenous Made Warship Destroyer Indian Navy


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    Prranjal Shrivaastav June 17, 2016 at 4:08 am

    It’s a great and highly informative blog Vivek. Keep up the good work.

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