The Indian Navy Ship (INS) Gomati was decommissioned from the naval dockyard in Mumbai.
- INS Gomati derives her name from the vibrant river Gomti.
- Gomati River, also called Gumti, tributary of the Ganga River.
- When decommissioned, INS Gomati was also the oldest of the guided-missile frigates in the Western Fleet.
- It was commissioned in 1988 at Mazagon Dock Ltd, Bombay.
- Participated in: Operations Cactus, Parakram and Rainbow, and several bilateral and multinational naval exercises.
- 1988: Under Operation Cactus the Indian Armed Forces have helped the government of Maldives in the neutralization of the coup attempt.
- 2001: Operation Parakram launched in the wake of terrorist attack on Parliament, was the first full-scale mobilisation since the 1971 Indo-Pak war.
- 2004: The Rainbow initiative was launched to assist those affected by the Tsunami, in partnership with the Sri Lankan government.
- Awarded twice the coveted Unit Citation, once in 2007-08 and again in 2019-20.