India has become the first country to land on the south pole of the Moon.

The Lander Module (LM) of Chandrayaan 3 touched down on the rough, cold and dark terrain of the Moon

The landing was a major success for ISRO, and it is a proud moment for India.

The LM will now deploy the Pragyan rover, which will conduct experiments on the Moon's surface.

The landing was watched by scientists from all over the world, including NASA and ESA.

The success of Chandrayaan 3 is a major boost for India's space program.

It is a sign that India is becoming a major player in the global space race.

The south pole of the Moon is a particularly interesting region because it is thought to contain water ice.

 This water ice could be used to support future human missions to the Moon.

The success of Chandrayaan 3 is a major step forward in India's journey to the Moon.