India’s Chandrayaan-3 project accomplished a ground-breaking feat in a significant step towards lunar exploration. During his visit to the Telemetry Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in Bengaluru, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced this triumphant news. Along with the mission’s enormous accomplishment, three important statements were made that demonstrate India’s dedication to space exploration, appreciation of tenacity, and empowerment.
Shiv Shakti Point: A Tribute to Endeavor and Empowerment
Prime Minister Modi disclosed that the spot on the Moon’s surface where Chandrayaan-3’s lander, Vikram, gracefully touched down would be named ‘Shiv Shakti Point.’
This symbolic gesture pays homage to the relentless efforts, inspiration, and empowerment embodied by the women scientists who contributed to this extraordinary achievement. It is indeed a recognition of their dedication, making the name ‘Shiv Shakti Point’ a testament to their hard work and scientific brilliance.
SHIV represent the state of being unaffected by pain or suffering brought on by the outside world. It has the values of direction, purpose, freedom and awareness. We all know how the superpowers denied technology to ISRO and how the failure of 2019 has resulted in success today. But ISRO continued to work hard regardless of the loss and success came on its own. This was Shiva energy.
Now coming to SHAKTI,
Shakti is actually the underlying power, which has five faces. It manifests as the power to be aware, the power to feel bliss, the power of will or desire, the power to know, and the power to act. ISRO had it all, plus the will and the power to act in spite of failure. Before the launch, he also worshipped supernatural energy but also trusted science.
So we can safely say that ShivShakti form of energy has been demonstrated by ISRO. That’s why nothing is better than Shivshakti.
Hindustan is the union of supernatural soul divine power and the power of logic science.
Tiranga Point: Honouring India’s First Lunar Contact
Additionally, the Moon’s location of the catastrophic crash landing of the Vikram lander during the Chandrayaan-2 mission in 2019 has been given the name “Tiranga Point.” The significance of the Indian tricolour flag (also known as the “Tiranga”), which now adorns the lunar surface, is honoured by this naming. The choice to name this point shows India’s advancement and maturity in space exploration, and it represents a significant achievement for our space initiatives.
August 23: National Space Day Celebration
Along with these historic designations, Prime Minister Modi declared August 23 to be National Space Day, the day of Chandrayaan-3’s successful landing. The country will have the chance to recognise and honour the accomplishments of our scientific community on this day. This festival will honour our space achievements while igniting inspiration for future generations by embracing science and technology.
India’s Pioneering Success in Space Exploration
Vikram, the lander from Chandrayaan-3, made a triumphant landing, marking a significant advancement in India’s space exploration efforts. Six scientific payloads are housed on the lander, including the rover Pragyan, which will spend 14 days collecting data on the Moon’s surface. This momentous occasion highlights India’s stature on the international space scene and its capacity for scientific innovation and technological capability.
A Remarkable Acknowledgment
A turning point in India’s space history was marked by Prime Minister Modi’s visit at ISRO’s ISTRAC. His acknowledgement of the scientists’ commitment and accomplishments has a profound impact on the country. This event highlights the importance of fostering young people’s scientific interest and aspirations while simultaneously commemorating the successful lunar landing. It emphasises the value of science and technology and promotes a more promising future for India’s space exploration endeavours.
We can see from these significant accomplishments that India is steadfast in its commitment to space exploration. These lunar spots’ names serve as a symbol for both the advancement of science and the endurance and tenacity that propel our country ahead. India’s presence in space is expanding with each mission, encouraging future generations to dream big.