Chandrayaan-3 is all set to be landed on the surface of moon today at about 6:04pm IST.
The whole nation is buzzed with excitement and a sense of pride towards the mission.
Various schools in India have made preparations for live telecast of the landing.
All over India people are performing rituals for the success of the mission.
Havan was performed at Kamakhya temple in Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi for the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3.
If the Vikram lander gets a soft landing on the lunar south pole it would become the first to be exploring the region on the ground.
Only recently did Russia with its Luna-25 attempt a landing on the south pole however the rover crashed.
If Vikram sticks its landing on Wednesday, it will deploy a small rover named Pragyan onto the surface. The two robots will then study their surroundings for about one lunar daytime (roughly 14 Earth days), using a variety of science instruments.
Vikram has established two-way communications with the Chandrayaan-2 orbiter, according to ISRO.
The orbiter sent to the moon in the first landing attempt in 2019 still remains active.
The nation’s Chandrayaan-2 lander suffered problems during its descent and lost contact having crash landing on the surface.
Successful landing would make India the fourth country to be able to do so alongside USA, China and Soviet Union.