This chart provides information on India’s arsenal of ballistic and cruise missiles. It is updated on a rolling bases to include the dates of the latest tests and other developments as they occur. An asterisk beside a data point indicates that this information did not come from an official source but from a reliable, secondary source.
|Name||Type||Range||Stages/Fuel||Payload Capacity||Last Reported Test||Inducted?||Nuclear Capable?|
|Prithvi-I||Ballistic||150 km||Single/Liquid||800 kg*||May 2007||Y(a)||Y|
|Prithvi-II||Ballistic||350 km||Single/Liquid||500-1,000 kg||November 2016*||Y||Y|
|Dhanush||Ballistic||350 km||Single/Liquid||500 kg||April 2015*||Y*||Y|
|Agni-I||Ballistic||700 km||Single/Solid*||1,000 kg*||November 2016*||Y||Y*|
|Agni-II||Ballistic||2,000 km||Two/Solid||1 ton||November 2014||Y||Y|
|Agni-III||Ballistic||3,500 km||Two/Solid||1.5 tons||April 2015*||Y||Y*|
|Agni-IV||Ballistic||4,000 km||Two/Solid||1,000 kg*||January 2017||Y*||Y|
|Agni-V||Ballistic||+5,000 km||Three/Solid||1,000 kg*||December 2016||N||Y|
|Prahaar||Ballistic||150 km||Single/Solid||200 kg||July 2011||N*||N*|
|Pragati||Ballistic*||60 km – 170 km*||Single/Solid*||200 kg||Not Tested||N*||N*|
|K-15 (aka B0-5)||SLBM(b)||750 km*||Two/Solid*||1,000 kg*||January 2013||N||Y*|
|K-4||SLBM*||3,500 km*||Two/Solid*||Unknown||March 2016(c)*||N*||Y*|
|BrahMos||Cruise||290-400 km||Two/Solid and Liquid(d)||200-300 kg||April 2017||(e)N-I: Y|
|Nirbhay||Cruise||1,000 km||Two/solid and liquid(f)||450 kg*||December 2016(g)*||N*||Y*|
a. The Prithvi-I will reportedly be withdrawn from service and upgraded.
b. Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile.
c. The K-4 was reportedly tested twice in March 2016. The first test was on March 7, and the second on March 31. The March 31 test was the first conducted from the INS Arihant ballistic missile submarine (SSBN).
d. The boost phase is solid-fueled while the cruise phase is powered by a liquid ramjet engine.
e. The BrahMos is deployed on multiple platforms. Each deployment has its own designation. N-I refers to deployments on surface naval vessels. Blocks (B) I-III refer to deployments with the Indian Army. ALCM refers to Air-Launched Cruise Missiles and SLCM refers to Submarine-Launched Cruise Missiles.
f. The boost phase is solid-fueled while the cruise phase is powered by a liquid turbofan engine.
g. This test was not successful.