Indian Navy Founding Year
India has a long marine history that dates back roughly 6000 years. Since the Indus Valley Civilization, there have been records of the practice of navigation. Since then, Indian marine trade and expansions have advanced exponentially. India has a documented history of trading with nations throughout the Pacific and Indian oceans. Naval expeditions have travelled to Malaya and the Sumatran islands throughout history, from the Kalinga empire in the fifth to tenth centuries BCE to the Chola empire in the ninth to the twelfth centuries BCE.
The East India Company founded the Indian Navy in 1612. During the India-Pakistan war, Pakistan attacked Indian air bases on December 3, 1971. The Indian navy sent three missile boats of the Vidyut class, INS Veer, INS Nipat, and INS Nirghat, in an effort to repel the attack. The Indian Navy sunk three Pakistani navy ships during this operation. The attack that sank the ships in Karachi was organised by Commodore Kasargod Patnashetti Gopal Rao.
Despite the state of unrest in its neighbours, the Indian Navy has been crucial in keeping India at peace on the maritime front in the twenty-first century. It has been used to provide humanitarian aid during global crises and natural disasters, as well as to maintain the freedom and openness of India's maritime commercial routes.
When was the Indian Navy Founded?
The East India Company established the Indian Navy in 1612. The Navy had mostly recovered from its post-Independence staffing shortages by 1955. Operation Trident, a devastating assault on the Karachi Naval Headquarters of Pakistan by the Indian Navy on December 4 that resulted in the sinking of a minesweeper, a destroyer, and an ammo supply ship, was carried out effectively.