- 4 * MTU 12V 396 SE84 diesel engines
- 360 * battery cells
- DRDO PAFC Fuel Cell AIP (To be added in mid-life refit)
- C303/S anti-torpedo countermeasure system
- 6 * 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes for 18 SUT torpedoes or
- SM.39 Exocet anti-ship missiles
- 30 mines in place of torpedoes
INS Khanderi (S22) is the second of the Indian Navy's six Kalvari-class submarines being built in India. It is a diesel-electric attack submarine which was designed by French naval defence and energy company DCNS and manufactured at Mazagon Dock Limited in Mumbai.
The submarine inherits its name and pennant number from INS Khanderi (S22) which served in the Navy from 1968–1989, and was named after Maratha king Shivaji's island fort of Khanderi.
The submarine was launched in the presence of Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre, Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Sunil Lanba and other dignitaries on 12 January 2017. The submarine began its sea trials on 1 June 2017.
The submarine was commissioned by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on 28 September 2019.