New Delhi: In a resounding testament to India’s relentless pursuit of scientific advancement and its cultural heritage, the eagerly anticipated lunar mission, Chandrayaan 3, is poised to mark an extraordinary milestone.
As the LVM3 M4 rocket propelled itself into the infinite sky with a sky-piercing roar, it carried not only the aspirations of millions but also the immortal spirit of India’s revered Rishis, Munis, and Sadhus. This landmark mission is a product of the tireless endeavors of dedicated scientists and engineers, who have transformed expectations into a tangible reality.
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) officially announced that the Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan 3, accompanied by the Pragyan Rover, is scheduled to achieve a historic landing on the lunar surface on August 23 at 6:04 pm. This remarkable feat is set to be a moment of collective pride and joy for the entire nation.
Delving into the anticipated landing of Chandrayaan 3, experts offer valuable insights into the mission’s significance and challenges.
With their in-depth analysis, we gain a deeper understanding of the mission’s goals and the advancements it brings to lunar exploration.
The initiative was spearheaded by Vinod Kashyap, representing Unbound India Channel, as a testament to their unwavering commitment to spotlighting India’s remarkable achievements and scientific endeavors.
In celebration of this monumental achievement of Chandrayaan 3 Landing, some distinguished guests who shared their insights and perspectives were:
Guest 1: Prof. Hari Om Vats Prof. Hari Om Vats, the visionary founder Director of the Space Education and Research Foundation, Ahmedabad, brings decades of expertise to the forefront. With a Ph.D. from Gujarat University, earned through groundbreaking research on the upper atmosphere at the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) in Ahmedabad, Prof. Vats has published over 120 research papers in scientific journals. His guidance has shaped the academic journey of six Ph.D. scholars.
Guest 2: Rear Admiral Rakesh Pandit, AVSM, NM (Retd) A distinguished alumnus of the National Defence Academy and a veteran of the Indian Navy with a remarkable career spanning four decades, Rear Admiral Rakesh Pandit brings a unique perspective to this historic event. His expertise is not confined to the realm of defense; alongside his wife Mrs. Kiran Pandit, he is a qualified practitioner in various holistic healing practices, including Yoga, Yoga Nidra Psycho Neurobics, Acupressure, and Pranic Healing. They have jointly authored the enlightening book, “The Divine Yog of Energy Body Healing.”
Guest 3: Lalit Vermani A prominent astrologer renowned for his deep understanding of cosmic influences, Lalit Vermani’s insights will provide an astrological perspective on this significant lunar mission.
Let us collectively witness and embrace this monumental moment that is bound to etch its mark in the annals of history.