The messages would felicitate ISRO and also display photographs of scientists and ‘Mangalyaan’, the spacecraft, TABcab said in a release in Mumbai.

This exercise is being undertaken to celebrate the great achievement and pay respects to the scientists who have created a history in Space studies, the release said.

"The achievement has swept the entire nation with a feeling of pride and happiness. ISRO is the first one across the globe to successfully accomplish the Mars Mission in a record time of three years and within a budget of Rs 450 crore," said the release.
   
Jagdish Purohit, Managing Director, TABcab said "the achievement of ISRO's M-O-M has astonished nations across the globe for India's competencies in numerous areas like research, project management, execution and technology”.

"TABcab’s effort through this initiative is not only to honour ISRO but also to salute their contribution in creating history in space studies," he added.

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