Explaining information about the photo, ISRO has stated that it is a composite picture captured from a 6 MCC frame and has been a color corrected. According to ISRO, in this picture, huge pits (Stickney craters) created by the collision of Phobos with celestial bodies are also seen. These are Shklovski, Roche, and Grildrig.
The mission was initially intended for six months, but later ISRO said that due to the sufficient amount of fuel, it is capable of service for many years. On 24 September 2014, India successfully placed the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) into the orbit of the red planet (Mars) in space. This feat was achieved in the first attempt and thus the country joined an elite group reaching there.