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Chandrayaan-3 success triggers ‘Mass Indigestion’ – and how!

“Chandrayaan-3 success triggers ‘Mass Indigestion’ – and how!”, Swarajyamag, August 24, 2023:

“The success of Chandrayaan-3 was a mass bonding moment for Indians everywhere. Students cheered so loudly in their canteens that they brought the ceilings down. Commuters paused at suburban railway platforms to watch the landing, and then burst out in spontaneous cries of ‘Ganpati bappa moriya!’

Rich or poor, young or old, when the Vikram lander touched down safely on the moon, every Indian instinctively realised that, it wasn’t just the world which was becoming our oyster, but space too.

Our innate potential as a civilization, long-suppressed first by a millennium of subjugation, and then by ideology for half a century, had finally found its place in the sun…..”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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