1. ALH Mk III aircraft
  2. Shri Ramanujachary

ALH Mk III aircraft

Indian Naval Air Squadron (INAS) 323

AEM Equipment on Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard ALH Mk III :: AEM
  • The first unit of the indigenously built ALH (Advanced Light Helicopter) Mk III aircraft, commissioned into the Indian Navy.
  • The squadron will operate three state-of-the-art ALH Mk III helicopters
  • Advanced Light Helicopter Mk III aircraft
  • It is a multi-role chopper with the Shakti engine manufactured by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
  • It has an all-glass cockpit and will be used for search and rescue special operations and coastal surveillance.

More features

  • IADS with Digital Moving Map
  • Electronic Warfare Suite
  • Electro-Optical pod
  • Counter measure Dispensing system
  • InfraRed Suppressor
  • Health & Usage Monitoring system
  • Solid State Digital Video Recorder (SSDVR)
  • Engine Particle Separator

Shri Ramanujachary

About Bagwad Sri Ramanujacharya History & Philosophy | Statue Of Equality


The 1004th birth anniversary of Sri Ramanujacharya was observed on April 18, 2021.


  • Birth: At Perumbudur, Tamil Nadu in 1017 CE.
  • He was a great philosopher, saint, social reformer and proponent of Vedanta and universal brotherhood.


  • One of the most important saints of Vaishnavism.
  • Raised voice against increasing formalism of the orthodox cult.
  • Abolition of distinctions of caste among his followers.
  • Philosophic foundations for devotionalism had an influence on the Bhakti movement.
  • Chief adherent of Vishishtadvaita philosophy.
    • Vishishtadvaita, also known as trained non-dualism, is one of the major branches of Vedanta.
    • It is a school of Vedanta philosophy that believes in all the diversity that underlies unity.
    • This school developed from the 7th century to the Vaishnava revolution in the southern part of India.
  • The Statue of Equality in Hyderabad, built by Chinna Jeeyar, is dedicated to Ramanuja.
  • Death: At Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangam (Tamil Nadu) in 1137 CE.
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