Yes, but you should know you're not really making a mirror or proxy. You're just crawling through a site and saving http responses local as files,mostly html files, that you can access using file explorer (or to put it in one word: archiving). Any change made by the actual server after an endpoint (like https:indiacha.com ) has been saved won't be reflected in your local archive unless you save them again.
It won't because it doesn't have to. The server side code only runs when the client (in this case, it's httrack) sends a request to the server. Then it saves the response locally to the computer. It's essentially same as a browser but instead of displaying the page like a browser, it just saves it to a folder for you. Try ctrl+s on any webpage in your browser and save it. You now have that page in your computer. Httrack does this for you (semi) automatically.