|Preceded by:||Durg class|
|Succeeded by:||Khukri class|
|Length:||56 m (184 ft)|
|Beam:||10.5 m (34 ft)|
|Draught:||2.5 m (8 ft 2 in)|
|Speed:||32 knots (59 km/h; 37 mph)|
|Complement:||41 (5 officers)|
Eight vessels of this class inherit their names from the 25th Killer missile boat squadron, which attacked and sunk 2 destroyers, a minesweeper and various other support vessels off Karachi during Operation Trident and Operation Python of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.
The last two vessels of this class were built as the upgraded Tarantul V with 16 SS-N-25 'Switchblade' / URAN E Missiles, 1 OTO Melara 76 mm instead of the AK-176, and MR 352 Positiv-E (NATO: Cross Dome) Radar.
On 28 April 2016, INS Veer and INS Nipat were the first Veer class corvettes to be decommissioned from the Indian Navy.
Ships of the class
|INS Veer||K40||Mumbai||26 March 1987||28 April 2016||Decommissioned|
|INS Nirbhik||K41||Mumbai||21 December 1987||Active|
|INS Nipat||K42||Port Blair||5 December 1988||28 April 2016||Decommissioned|
|INS Nishank||K43||Kochi||12 September 1989||Active|
|INS Nirghat||K44||Mumbai||15 December 1989||Active|
|INS Vibhuti||K45||Mazagon Dock Limited||Mumbai||3 June 1991||Active|
|INS Vipul||K46||Mazagon Dock Limited||Mumbai||16 March 1992||Active|
|INS Vinash||K47||Goa Shipyard Limited||Mumbai||20 November 1993||Active|
|INS Vidyut||K48||Goa Shipyard Limited||Kochi||16 January 1995||Active|
|INS Nashak||K83||Goa Shipyard Limited||Port Blair||29 December 1996||Active|
|INS Prahar||K98||Goa Shipyard Limited||Mumbai||1 March 1997||Sunk in collision on 22 April 2006|
|INS Prabal||K92||Mazagon Dock Limited||Mumbai||11 April 2002||Active|
|INS Pralaya||K91||Goa Shipyard Limited||Mumbai||18 December 2002||Active|
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