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Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) developed by information missiles
- Agni-I 15 m. High, with a stage, solid-fuel-fired medium-range ballistic missile
- 700-800 km of its firepower.
The medium-range ballistic missile, which is 2000-3000 km firepower.
The intermediate range ballistic missile, which has a 3000-5500 km firepower. Is
India’s intercontinental ballistic missile, whose firepower 5000-6000 km.
Earth I (SS-150)
150 km above the firepower of the army. And payload capacity 1000 kg.
Earth II (SS-250)
The Air Force version of the firepower of the 250 km. And a payload capacity of 500 kg.
The naval version of Earth III, which can be dropped from the ship .
350 km of its firepower.
500 kg. By the traditional and nuclear warhead (warhead) can take with you .
Beyond visual range missile (Beyond Visual Range) is the air-to-air missile .
Missile-armed enemy aircraft at supersonic speed is interrupted . Its firepower head on mode (Head-On Mode) 80 km. And tail-chase mode (Tail-Chase Mode) 20 km.
Trident quick response with low-range, all-weather surface-to-air missile is capable of hitting, whose development is to protect low-altitude attacks .
9 km its firepower.
Akash medium range surface-to-air missile from .
The 18,000 m. 30 km at the height of the target. The only difference is the distance .
50 kg. The weight of the payload can take with you .
BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, which submarines, ships, aircraft or land can be left anywhere .
India’s DRDO And Russia Ankpikok Mashinostroyenia (Mashinostroeyenia) is a joint venture | They together “BrahMos Aerospace Private Limited is established |
Russia’s Maskova ‘and India’s Brahmaputra river its name by adding the name’ BrahMos’ has kept |
290 km of its firepower. And speed is 2.8 Mach |
Nag missile is a third generation anti-tank missile, the “Dago and forget ‘works on the principle |
The missile firepower of 4-6 km above the surface. 7-8 km above the firepower of the air. Is | 42 kg. The missile weighing 230 m. / S. Can fly at the speed of |
The nuclear submarine with the capacity Dhartliy (submarine to surface) ballistic missile, about 6.5 m. Is long and weighing 7 tonnes |
750 km of its firepower. And 500 kg. The payload (payload) can take with you |
Developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation hypersonic surface-to-surface missile hit the canister (canister) is launched from |
750-1900 km of its firepower. |
Earth and fire, unlike the underground silos (silos) also can be dropped |
This tonnage capable of carrying conventional and nuclear weapons, along with the |
The second missile hit the required capacity to India (Second Strike Capability) is provided |
This long-range subsonic cruise missile Vicasdhin |
Its firepower 1000 km. And speed will be 0.7 MAC |
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Ajanta Caves: World Heritage Site Indian painting
Ajanta Caves are situated north of Aurangabad, 107 kilometers.
The name of the caves situated at a distance of about 12 kilometers from here “is named after Ajinta’gav.
These caves discovered in 1819 by military personnel of the Madras Regiment of the British Army was playing the victim.
These caves are famous for its mural-painting | Ajanta Caves horseshoe-shaped rock excavated on the surface of which a narrow upstream Bagora
names are located approximately 76 meters. Ajanta Caves World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983, was included in the list |
These caves different periods (around the second century AD, from the sixth century. By) was dug in.
Ajanta Caves related facts:
I. exploring the caves of Ajanta Madras Regiment of the British Army, a military officer John Smith in 1819 AD.
E. Ajanta caves was built between the second and the sixth century |
III. Vakataka dynasty ruler Vsugupt branch Hrisen (475-500i.) The Minister Vrahmntri the Cave 16 was donated to the Buddhist Association.
Iv. Ajanta Caves 200 650. Among the stories related to Buddhism engraved (Depict) is |
V. It is believed that these caves, creating two separate periods, ie during the period was Satvahanas and Vakataka |
V. Ajanta caves excavated horseshoe shaped rocky ground was like |
V. 76 m height of the caves. By |
VIII. There are 30 sites have been excavated yet and still continue to dig |
IX. Cave drawings of 17 “gallery” has been said. The building was built by Hrisen, a knight.
. Jataka stories through these caves depict the life events of Lord Buddha |
Xi. Made a total of 29 caves in Ajanta Currently only 6, ie, Cave 1, 2, 9, 10, 16, 17 remained. 6 caves in Cave 16 and 17 are the Gupta period.
Xi. Ajanta caves has been intricately constructed so that they look similar to wood carving made |