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In this article we are giving a List of all 25 books that written by Abdul Kalam and hope that these books will prove to be inspirational in your life. See all books authored by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, including Wings of Fire: An Autobiography, and The Family and the Nation, and more on cehalfperbfamsce.gq Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of A P J Abdul Kalam (), former President of India. Wings of Fire by A P J Abdul Kalam Book cehalfperbfamsce.gq Book cover for.
This book broadly speaks about the ideas and thoughts for future generations. It also speaks about Kalam's patriotism.
Reading of the book will display Kalam's understanding of Indian society. Children Ask Kalam The President takes the time to answer most of the questions asked by children. This book will display the understanding of our President's world view. Mission India This book focuses on how can India become a developed country. It also addresses how India should act on sectors and industries such as agriculture, food processing, manufacturing, strategic industries, healthcare and infrastructure to achieve development.
Looks spiritual and placating at times.
Kalam Sir has shared his vision of the future with this venture. Liked the effort of adding questions by the lucky few readers, and then answering them in a systematic manner.
I personally agreed with a few solutions, but was unsatisfied with the others. Well, that's my opinion. May 18, Karthick Udaiy rated it really liked it few months before I read this book!
Feb 11, Arka Bhattacharya rated it liked it It is a nice book but for the people who first time pick up self help book Really inspirational as the man himself a biggest motivator But as a book this is not comparable to othe books he has written If you are a new reader I recommend you this book Aug 01, Anandraj R rated it really liked it Inspiring. But read selectively. Nov 28, Hrishikesh rated it liked it Quite a good book.
Interesting ideas. Don't read cover-to-cover. When he had in a specific branch of aeronautical engineering, the goal was very clear in his mind at that time. And he tried to communicate with different kinds of people. At MIT, their teachers shaped his thoughts, Prof. Sponder, Prof. Kal Pandalai and Prof. Narasingalu Rao.
Each of them had carried distinct personalities. Last year MIT was a year of transition and had a great impact on his later life.
There he worked on engine overhauling as part of a team. He had trained in radial engine-cum- drum operations.
But he was not selected in Air Force because he failed to pass the physical fitness standards. He had to create opportunities on his own.
At the stage, he covered 32 eventful years of his life when he was just on the threshold of his career after graduation. Creation[ edit ] The section 'Creation' traverses seven chapters, from chapters four to chapter ten; and covers Kalam's life and work for 17 years, from the year until At a NASA facility, he remembers to have seen a painting, prominently displayed in the lobby.
The painting depicted a battle scene with a rocket flying in the background. On closer examination, he found that the painting depicted Tipu Sultan's army fighting the British. His association with Thumba and Satellite Launch Vehicle and related projects are vividly presented in the section 'Creation'. During the period covered under 'Creation', Kalam, in the year , lost his father who lived up to years of age.
Kalam took the bereavement with courage and remembered these words written on the death of William Butler Yeats by his friend Auden , and his father: Earth receive an honoured guest; William Yeats is laid to rest: In the prison of his days Teach the free man how to praise.
The period covered in the section 'Creation' also brought Kalam national recognition. A pleasant surprise came in the form of conferment of Padma Bhushan on the Republic Day, Propitiation[ edit ] Section Propitiation covers the period to