Delhi Class

DELHI CLASS SHIPS (DESTROYERS)

  • Royal Rides of erstwhile Mughal Sultnate Rulers of India

    INS Delhi (D 61)

    Depiction

    A caparisoned elephant carrying a 'howdah' with the logo 'SARVATO JAYAMACHHAMI',

    Drawn From

    Royal Rides of erstwhile Mughal Sultnate Rulers of India

    Means

    'The Rulers'
  • 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.

    INS Mysore (D 60)

    Depiction

    A mythological double-headed Eagle , called Genda-Bherunda, a figure commonly drawn on the ancient carvings of Southern India

    Drawn From

    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.

    Means

    Enormous strength. 'Always Fearless'
  • The existing entrance to the Old Bombay Castle with its distinguishing lamp and two ships of old era

    INS Mumbai (D 62)

    Depiction

    The existing entrance to the Old Bombay Castle with its distinguishing lamp and two ships of old era,,

    Drawn From

    Designs have been taken from former HMIS Bombay.

    Means

    'The strength'

Delhi Class Ships (Destroyers)

List of Capabilities/Features
Capabilities / Features Info Information
Displacement (Tonnes) Full load 6200 ton
Dimension Length Overall 163 M
  Beam 17.4 M
Speed (knots)   28
Complement   350 (40 Officers)
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