Chandrayaan 3 has successfully landed on the moon's south pole, marking a historic achievement for both India and the world³. This makes India the fourth country ever to land a spacecraft on the moon

The mission could cement India’s status as a global superpower in space⁴

 The success of Chandrayaan-3 is seen as the first stepping stone to begin India’s planetary explorations

 The rover, Pragyaan, has taken its first steps on the lunar surface⁵. It will roam around the rocks and craters, gathering crucial data and images to be sent back to Earth for analysis⁵

The success of Chandrayaan 3 has also had an impact on the stock market. For instance, Paras Defence share price has surged more than 61% in the last three months