Video: Metal From India’s Most Iconic Naval Ship, INS Vikrant To Be Used For Bajaj’s New Bike

The Logical Indian

January 30th, 2016

“INS Vikrant, the country’s first aircraft carrier, holds an unparalleled place in the history of the India Navy. The 19,500-tonne aircraft carrier played a pivotal role in the 1971 Indo-Pak war that led to the creation of Bangladesh.

The warship guarded the seas around India for 36 years before it was decommissioned in 1997 and finally scrapped in 2014.

Fortunately, there were few people who were determined to continue the legacy of the mighty warrior ship and not let it be a thing of the past.

Bajaj Auto is coming up with an exclusive range of bikes ‘Bajaj V’, which contains the metal of the legendary INS Vikrant.

The Logical Indian community thanks and appreciates Bajaj for preserving the soul of India’s most iconic naval ship, INS Vikrant. Indeed, this is a historic move for the Indian auto-mobile industry and a proud moment for all the Indians too.”

Share your thoughts..

Related Stories

First Woman Pilot

Subhangi Swaroop Becomes India’s First Woman Pilot In Navy

Invincible Indians: Stories Of People And Their Extraordinary Acts That Make Us Proud

This Unstoppable Indian Is Putting Everything On-Line And Is Just One Step Away From Forging History

[Watch/Read] Justin Trudeau’s Apology To The Sikh Community; What It Means To The World

Video: Relive The 1971 Indo-Pak War Through The Untold Stories Of Brave Officers Who Served Aboard The INS Vikrant

Sushma Swaraj To The Rescue Again – Know How An Indian Was Rescued From Pirates

Latest on The Logical Indian

Exclusive

This Initiative From Pune Recycles Plastic To Turn It Into Cheap Fuel For Villagers

News

MP: Police Arrest 30 Carol Singers Singing On The Road, Right Wing Group Sets Priest’s Car Ablaze

News

On Nirbhaya’s Death Anniversary, Women To Meet & Sleep On Parks To Reclaim Public Spaces

News

BSP Corporator Takes Oath In Urdu, Stirs Controversy

Awareness

66% Dip In The Disbursement Of Funds To Promote RTI

Get Inspired

Remembering Param Vir Subedar Joginder Singh Who Laid His Life Fighting Chinese Until His Ammunition Ran Out