Continuing with our list of the different classes of ships used by the Indian Navy, here is part two. Remember, all ships mentioned here are in active service with the Indian Navy. We have not included ships that have been decommissioned or are yet to be commissioned.
Lead ship of her class of guided missile frigates of the Indian Navy, INS Brahmaputra was built at the Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE), Kolkata.
Named after the Betwa river, INS Betwa took active part in Operation Sukoon and Operation Cactus.
The third ship of her class, INS Beas was a part of the Indian Navy task force on deployment to Europe.
Lead ship of her class, INS Godavari is in the process of being decommissioned.
INS Ganga is a guided missile frigate type ship. INS Ganga along with INS Godavari and INS Shakti were deployed to Mogadishu in December 1994 to support the withdrawal of the Indian Army’s 66th
The third in its class, INS Gomati had some substandard components. It is believed that it will be decommissioned soon.
Built by the Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers, INS Kamorta is an anti-submarine corvette.
It is the lead ship of her class of corvettes.
A Kora class corvette, Kulish was part of a seven-ship fleet which represented the Eastern Naval Command at Indian Navy’s annual TROPEX exercise, which concluded on 1 March 2013.
INS Karmuk took part in JIMEX 2012 and also was deployed in the South China Sea as part of India’s Look East policy.
Lead vessel of her class of corvette, INS Kukhri is named after INS Kukhri, the only Indian Ship ever lost in combat.
Designed by Indian naval architects and built at Mazagaon Dock, INS Kuthar was part of Western Naval Command till 1998 but later moved to Eastern Naval Command.
Lead ship of her class, INS Veer is a corvette (small warship).
Lead ship of her class of anti-submarine warfare corvettes.
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