BrahMos Missile: The name of BrahMos missile is made by combining the names of which two rivers? do you know the answer
BrahMos Missile name: The BrahMos missile has been in the limelight for the last few days. Recently the air launch version of BrahMos supersonic cruise missile has been tested several times. This long range missile has been named after two rivers of the world, do you know their names.
BrahMos Missile name on river: BrahMos is one of the world’s fastest supersonic cruise missiles. This missile is counted among the most dangerous missiles of the 21st century. It can also be launched from submarine, warship, aircraft and land. This missile does not give the enemy a chance to recover. There are many variants of BrahMos. But do you know what is the meaning of the name of this missile (BrahMos missile name)? How and why this missile (Brahmos missile name on rivers) got its name. Only few people will know about this.
- Why is BrahMos in news?
This missile is in headlines for the last few days. Recently the air launch version of BrahMos supersonic cruise missile has been tested several times. Enemy countries are in awe of its power. Apart from its capability, it is currently being discussed on social media because of its name and people are doing Google that how and why this long range BrahMos missile was named?
- Brahmos is named after which two rivers?
In a tweet by DC Sanjay Kumar, people have asked questions related to BrahMos missile. In which he asked, ‘The name of the Brahmos missile has been made by adding the names of which two rivers of the world?’ Many people have given the correct answer to this question. But here we ask you do you know the answer? If not, no problem, we will tell you which two rivers have been named after mixing this missile.
BrahMosco has been jointly prepared by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and Russia. For this reason, it has been named after two major rivers of India and Russia. It is named Brahmos by combining the names of the Brahmaputra river of India and the Moskva river of Russia.