India has achieved a historic feat by successfully landing a spacecraft on the south pole of the moon.
It is the first country in the world to accomplish this feat, and the success of the mission is a significant milestone for the country's space program.
The spacecraft, which was launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in southern India, took about four days to reach its destination.
The successful landing of the spacecraft is a major accomplishment for India, which is now one of only a handful of countries to have successfully landed a spacecraft on the moon.
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) described the mission as a "complex and challenging" one.
The south pole of the moon is a region that is largely unexplored, and the spacecraft had to overcome many technical and engineering challenges in order to reach its destination.
The ISRO scientists worked tirelessly to ensure the success of the mission, and their hard work has paid off.
This achievement will help India to further its space exploration program, and it will inspire future generations of scientists and engineers.