Pinaka

Pinaka may mean:

  • The name of the divine bow (dhanush) wielded by Lord Shiva. Therefore, Lord Shiva is also known as Pinaki, the wielder of Pinaka. Legends of other Shiva bows exist, chiefly of the one Lord Rama broke- divine bow.
  • Pinaka Multi Barrel Rocket Launcher, a rocket system used by the Indian army

Other articles related to "pinaka, pinakas":

Pinaka, Corduene
... Pinaka, or Pinaca (modern Finik) was name of a city in Corduene on the northern shores of Tigris fortified by three citadels on three surrounding hills ...
Pinaka Multi Barrel Rocket Launcher
... Pinaka is a multiple rocket launcher produced in India and developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) for the Indian Army ... Pinaka saw service during the Kargil War, where it was successful in neutralizing enemy positions on the mountain tops ...
Pinaka Multi Barrel Rocket Launcher - Deployment
... The Pinaka will be operated in conjunction with the Indian Army's Firefinder radars and indigenously developed BEL Weapon Locating Radar of which 28 are on order ... The Pinaka units will also be able to make use of the Indian Army's SATA (Surveillance Target Acquisition) Units which have been beefed up substantially throughout the ... Presently, three regiments of Pinaka have now been inducted by the Army ...
Pinaka Multi Barrel Rocket Launcher - Plans
... The Pinaka is in the process of further improvement ... up with DRDO to implement its Trajectory Correction System (TCS) on the Pinaka, for further improvement of its CEP ... While the Pinaka will not be developed further into a larger system, its success and the experience gained from the program has led the ARDE and its partner organizations, to launch a ...
Pinaka Multi Barrel Rocket Launcher - Orders
... The Pinaka project has been a significant success for the DRDO and its development partners in developing and delivering a state of the art, high value project to the Indian Army's demanding ... The first Pinaka regiment was raised on February 2000 ... regiment consists of three batteries of six Pinakas each, plus reserves ...