DELHI CLASS SHIPS (DESTROYERS)
INS Delhi (D 61)
A caparisoned elephant carrying a 'howdah' with the logo 'SARVATO JAYAMACHHAMI',
Royal Rides of erstwhile Mughal Sultnate Rulers of India
INS Mysore (D 60)
A mythological double-headed Eagle , called Genda-Bherunda, a figure commonly drawn on the ancient carvings of Southern India
The State Coat of Arms of the erstwhile State of Mysore. It has been taken from the 'Raittiriya Upanishad', one of the sacred scriptures of Hinduism.
MeansEnormous strength. 'Always Fearless'
INS Mumbai (D 62)
The existing entrance to the Old Bombay Castle with its distinguishing lamp and two ships of old era,,
Designs have been taken from former HMIS Bombay.
|Capabilities / Features||Info||Information|
|Displacement (Tonnes)||Full load||6200 ton|
|Dimension||Length Overall||163 M|
|Complement||350 (40 Officers)|