You dont have javascript enabled! Please enable it!


The Indian Air Force (IAF) is set to significantly boost its aerial firepower with the planned acquisition of 500 units of the indigenously developed Gaurav Long Range Glide Bomb (LRGB). Developed by the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), the Gaurav LRGB is a long-range, air-to-surface precision weapon designed to neutralize enemy targets with high accuracy.  

Thanks to its wings, the Gaurav LRGB boasts an impressive range of over 80 kilometers, allowing the IAF to engage targets from a safe distance. Equipped with an inertial navigation guidance system with digital control, the Gaurav LRGB promises pinpoint accuracy, minimizing collateral damage.

The bomb can carry a conventional warhead capable of destroying a variety of targets, including enemy airfields, bunkers, and hardened structures. Designed for seamless integration with fighter jets like the Su-30MKI and other fighter jets, the Gaurav LRGB enhances the IAF’s offensive capabilities. Manufactured by Adani Defence, the Gaurav LRGB signifies a major stride towards self-reliance in India’s defence sector.


  • Length: 4.027 meters
  • Wingspan: 3.4 meters
  • Diameter: 620 millimeters
  • Weight: Up to 1000 kilograms
  • Range: Over 80 kilometers
  • Accuracy: Less than 15 meters
  • Warhead: Penetration Cum Blast (PCB)

NOTE : Article cannot be reproduced without written permission of in any form even for YouTube Videos to avoid Copy right strikes. Websites doing illegal reproductions will get DMCA and Legal Notices.