Here Are the Top 10 Achievements Achieved by India in 2023

Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared 2023 as a year of ‘special achievements,’ highlighting India’s self-confidence and urging to carry the momentum into 2024. In his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ address to the nation.

Modi pointed out major accomplishments, including hosting the G20 summit, the approval of the Women’s Reservation Bill in Parliament, the landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the moon, and notable successes in sports. The Prime Minister expressed pride in these accomplishments and encouraged the nation to maintain its positive energy for the coming year.

Top 10 Achievement Earned By India In 2023

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1.) India becoming the fifth-largest economy in the world and the successful G20 summit in the national capital. In the financial year 2022, India’s economy surpassed the UK’s, making it the fifth-largest globally. India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is now more than $3.7 trillion, showcasing its economic strength and growth.

Originally, the government aimed to make India a $5 trillion economy by the financial year 2025. However, it now appears unlikely to meet this target within the set timeframe, even though there is an expected growth of 7% in the current fiscal year.

2.) Song ‘Natu Natu’ and the documentary short film ‘The Elephant Whisperers’ winning awards at the Oscars for Best Original Song and Best Documentary Short Film, respectively.

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3.) Indian players achieved remarkable success, winning 107 medals in the Asian Games and 111 medals in the Asian Para Games and victory of our women’s cricket team in the Under-19 T-20 World Cup, capturing the hearts of everyone.

4.) India In 2023 gain significant progress on the Global Innovation Index India jumped from the 81st rank in 2015 to the 40th position currently, highlighting the country as an “innovation hub.”

5.) In a big achievement for India in 2023, ISRO’s Chandrayaan-3 mission successfully landed a spacecraft on the moon’s South Pole on August 23. This is a historic event, not just for space exploration but also for women breaking barriers in the traditionally male-dominated field of science.

6.) Neeraj Chopra, the world’s best javelin thrower, successfully defended his title by winning a gold medal at the Asian Games 2023 in Hangzhou, China. He threw the javelin at his best distance this season, covering 88.88 meters, securing the top position in the competition.

7.) Author Chetna Maroo, of Indian origin, got on the shortlist for the Booker Prize with her first book, “Western Lane.” The story is set in London, where Maroo lives, and it’s about an 11-year-old British-Gujarati girl named Gopi.

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8.) Ricky Kej, an Indian music composer, won his third Grammy Award for his album “The Divine Tides” in 2021. The album includes nine songs featuring artists from around the world, celebrating the beauty of nature and promoting living in harmony with the environment.

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9.) In a significant achievement for Indian badminton, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty created history by becoming the first Indian pair to achieve the No. 1 ranking in all three doubles categories, according to the latest Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings.

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10.) In the 11th edition of the important BBC 100 Women list for 2023, the BBC honored inspiring women worldwide. One of the recognized individuals from various fields was Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of the Indian Women’s National Cricket Team.

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If we try to list all these accomplishments, the list will never end. This is just a quick look at how capable was India In 2023. We should feel inspired by these successes and take pride in the achievements of our people. Let’s make new resolutions and celebrate the potential of our country. Wishing you all a joyful 2024.


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