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

India's most powerful T90 Bhishma tank, will do all the work for the enemies in the blink of an eye

 The T-90 tank can be driven at a speed of 60 kilometers per hour on a normal route.  Whereas on rough roads, its maximum speed is close to 50 kilometers per hour.  It is manufactured at the Uralvagonzavod factory in Nizhny Tagil, Russia.  T-90 tanks can be taken anywhere.


It is the most powerful tank in the country.  Its armored protection is excellent and it is capable of dealing with biological and chemical weapons.


This is a battle tank. It was made by Russia. It comes under the category of third generation tank. In this, T means tank and 90 is used for it as it was made in the 1990s. It came to the world for the first time in the year 1992. It is counted among the modern tanks of the world. It has a crew of three people. Commander, Gunner and Driver. The commander is at the top. It is the responsibility of him to decide where to aim the tank, how to put it. The responsibility of the gunner is to set the ball, missile or rocket to the target. At the same time, the job of the driver is to drive the tank.


 India has not yet used these tanks in war. But it has been deployed on the border many times. Russia used it in 1999 in the Chechnya area. According to the report of the Moscow Defense Brief, a T-90 tank was hit by seven RPG anti-tank rockets in this fight but still the tank remained in action.


 In the year 2014, T-90 tanks were also used in the Battle of Donbass in Ukraine. In the year 2015, Russia also brought these tanks to the battlefield in Syria. In February 2016, the Syrian army also used these tanks.


In 2001, India signed a deal to buy T-90 tanks from Russia for the first time. India ordered 310 T-90 tanks to Russia. Of these, 124 came from Russia while the rest were assembled in India. The T-90 tanks that were assembled in India were given the name 'Bhishma'.


 The first 10 Bhishma tanks joined the army in August 2009. India has made a plan to include 1640 Bhishma tanks by the end of the year 2020. Right now India has around 1000 T-90 tanks. This is the most modern tank with India right now. Bhishma Tank is currently manufactured at the Heavy Vehicle Factory located in Avadi, Tamil Nadu. To make Bhishma more modern, help is taken from Russia as well as France.


(1) The T-90 tank has Kaktus K-6 Explosive Reactive Armor to protect against the enemy. The job of this armor is to protect the tank from enemy attack. In simple language, it can be called bulletproof jacket of the tank. When a bullet or rocket hits the Kaktus K-6 armor, it pushes the explosion outwards. This does not damage the tank.


 (2) The second feature of the T-90 tank is that it can also shoot down a helicopter at a range of up to 2 km. For this, the anti-aircraft gun is installed at the top of the tank. It can be operated both manually and remotely. This gun fires 800 bullets of 12.7 mm in a minute.


 (3) The T-90 tank has a smoothbore tank gun with a thickness of 125 mm. Through this, many types of shells and missiles can be fired. For example, there is also an anti-tank missile, a missile that blows armored vehicles.


 (4) There is a thermal imager in the tank. Thermal Imager works on the basis of heat released from the body. Through this, the enemy hidden in the day and night and present up to 6 km distance can be seen.


 (5) Seven missiles can be fired from this tank in one round. In this, the missile is loaded automatically, that is, once the target is hit, the rocket or missile is automatically loaded again.


 (6) The T-90 tank can also fire anti-tank guided missiles. With this, the target can be targeted in the range from 100 meters to 4000 meters. This missile covers a range of up to 4000 meters in 11.7 seconds.


 (7) T-90 tanks can be operated in plains, deserts, marshy land and also under water. It can work up to a depth of five meters of water.

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