The Indian Army is on track to complete the induction of 114 Dhanush artillery guns by 2026, with one regiment already operational.
- These 155 mm, 45-caliber towed artillery guns have a range of 36 km and have demonstrated a range of 38 km with specialized ammunition.
- It is the first indigenously built long-range artillery gun.
- Equipped with an inertial navigation-based sighting system, and auto-laying facility.
- An advanced day-night direct firing system. Self-propulsion unit allows the gun to deploy itself in the field.