India, a vibrant and diverse nation, has unfortunately witnessed several tragic incidents throughout its history.

Among the most devastating events are the bomb blasts that have shaken the country.

Today, we delve into one of the darkest chapters, exploring the impact of the biggest bomb blast in India and its enduring effects on the nation.



The 1993 Mumbai Bombings: Unleashing Destruction

One of the most significant bomb blasts in India occurred on March 12, 1993, in Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay), the financial capital of the country.

Coordinated by the criminal syndicate D-Company, led by Dawood Ibrahim, a notorious underworld figure, the attacks left an indelible mark on the city and the nation.

The bombings were a series of 13 coordinated explosions that targeted various prominent locations in Mumbai.

The blasts were meticulously planned to cause maximum casualties and destruction. Some of the key sites included the Bombay Stock Exchange, the Air India Building, the Zaveri Bazaar, and the Century Bazaar.

Categorized in: