Story of Rameshwar Jyotirlinga

 There is a legend about Rameshwaram Jyotirlinga. That when Lord Shri Ram was going to Ayodhya after liberating Sita from Ravana's captivity, at that time he stopped and rested on the Gandhamdan mountain on the way. After resting, he came to know that the sin of destroying the sage Pulastya clan is here. To avoid this curse, they should worship Lord Shiva by establishing a Jyotirlinga at this place.   After knowing this, Lord Shri Ram requested Hanuman to go to Mount Kailash and bring Shivling. Hanuman went to Mount Kailash after receiving the orders of Lord Rama, but he could not see Lord Shiva there. On this he chanted Lord Shiva carefully. After which Lord Shiva was pleased and appeared to him. And fulfilled the purpose of Hanuman ji.   Here Hanuman ji was delayed due to penance and to please Lord Shiva. And on the other hand Lord Rama and Goddess Sita keep waiting for the auspicious time for the establishment of Shivling. Due to the fear of missing the auspicious

Agni-5: India's Great Missile...Half the world in its range

 China is angry about India's nuclear-powered intercontinental ballistic missile Agni-5. China's displeasure is because its entire country is coming within the range of Agni-5 missile. There are no cities that can survive this missile attack. Let's know the features of this missile.

The Agni-5 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (Agni-V ICBM) has been jointly developed by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL). The range of this missile is being told 5000 to 8000 km. There is controversy over its range. According to the news published in many media institutions, some countries including China say that the Indian government is not disclosing the correct range of this missile. The issue is not that how much is its range, China and many countries fear that their entire area is coming under the JD of this missile.

The Agni-5 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (Agni-V ICBM) weighs 50 thousand kg. It is 17.5 meters long. Its diameter is 2 meters i.e. 6.7 feet. On top of this a nuclear weapon weighing 1500 kg can be installed. The missile has a three-stage rocket booster that flies on solid fuel. Its speed is 24 times more than the speed of sound. That is, it covers a distance of 8.16 kilometers in one second. It attacks the enemy at a speed of 29,401 kilometers per hour. It has a Ring Laser Gyroscope Inertial Navigation System, GPS, NavIC Satellite Guidance System.

The Agni-5 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (Agni-V ICBM) strikes its target with precision. For some reason, even if there is a difference in accuracy, it will be only 10 to 80 meters. But this difference does not reduce the lethality of a missile. A ground-mounted mobile launcher is used to launch it. It can be loaded on the truck and transported to any place by road. Scientist M. Natarajan had planned about this missile for the first time in the year 2007.

If India fires this missile, then it can attack the whole of Asia, Europe, parts of Africa. The most important thing about this missile is its MIRV technology (Multiple Independently Targetable Re-entry Vehicles). In this technique, instead of a single weapon, multiple weapons can be installed in the warhead mounted on the missile. That is, a missile can hit multiple targets simultaneously.

It is believed that the Agni-5 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (Agni-V ICBM) can be deployed in the Strategic Forces Command. Under this command, all the missiles of India are operated. This includes missiles like Prithvi, Agni and Surya. Surya missile is not built yet. Its range will be 12 to 16 thousand kilometers. Before that Agni-6 will be made which will be of 8 to 12 thousand km range. This command also includes military missiles present in the sea. Like- Dhanush, Sagarika etc.

The first successful test of the Agni-5 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (Agni-V ICBM) took place on 19 April 2012. This was followed by successful trials on 15 September 2013, 31 January 2015, 26 December 2016, 18 January 2018, 3 June 2018 and 10 December 2018. Altogether there have been seven successful trials of Agni-5 missile. In these tests, this missile was tested on different parameters. In which it was found that this missile is the best weapon to destroy the enemy. Its accuracy, speed and destructive power will make the enemy sweat.

Researcher Du Wenlong of the PLA Academy of Military Sciences in China told the media that the Agni-5 missile has a range of 8000 km. But the Government of India is not disclosing this range. So that countries around the world do not object to it. Therefore the range of Agni-5 missile has been kept secret. There were reports in the media that the range of Agni-5 missile can be increased. This Agni-5 missile weighing 50 thousand kg is

controlled by a control and guidance system of 200 grams. It is mounted on this missile itself. It is called System on Chip (SOC) based on-board computer.

The MIRV technology i.e. many warheads was being talked about in the Agni-5 missile. In this, two to 10 weapons can be mounted on the nose of the missile. That is, the same missile can simultaneously hit 2 to 10 different targets spread over several hundred kilometers accurately. It can also happen that if the target is too big, then 10 warheads of the same missile will destroy its different parts. So that the enemy does not get a chance to raise his head.

While China and Pakistan are shrinking their nose and mouth after hearing about the test of this missile, England and America have praised India. Media organizations in England have said that India will join the list of countries like China, Russia, France, America, England and possibly Israel after the successful test of this missile. America also spoke in support of India. At the same time, NATO said that there is no threat to the world from India's missile test. India is making its technology more cutting-edge. No one should have any problem with this.