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Most people know him as the president of the country and assume that is his claim to fame but he was much more than that. Mostly in the first 25 pages and thereafter a couple of paragraphs in each chapter.
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Better focus on what you love than have a family and ignore them while you work! But I hope we can see his dream of India becoming a developed nation which is self reliant in terms of technology coming true soon. Even though I was not able to understand the excerpts of great poetry that was quoted now and then contextually, I understood that India has world class capability in the fields of Space Research and Defense. Abdul Kalam, was one of India’s most distinguished scientists.
This is a disappointment as his perspect Interesting book on several levels. We are promised a biography of Kalam Sir and what we get is distant view of his life from someone else’s perception and point of view.
Agni Ki Udaan
My favorite and the recurring saga in the book is how APJ Kalam and his passionate team were able to stick on and fructify their vision of developing indigenous state of the art space technology in India – a country which had very agnu been unfettered from the throes of colonization, and lacked the resources and the economic might of the then superpowers.
I wonder how this book even made to as a best seller or at least so popular?
It was a little boring, considering I dint know about the work involved, but the story of success and failures of the launches were touching. I am a well in this great land Looking at its millions of boys and girls To draw from me The inexhaustible divinity And spread His grace everywhere As does the water drawn from a well.
Zgni has perfectly described the Role and work of a leader and also how one should do “communication” instead of “conversation”! I was gifted this book 13 years ago when I was in 10th grade. And Sir Kalam’s achievements by no scale are small. Obviously he was a big supporter of his own country, but that was because he saw his own people losing hope in themselves and wanted to change that. Will make every Indian proud, reading it.
Even after reading the full book, the real picture of Mr. A very inspirational reading. Never deals with any conflicts between his spirituality and the military nature of his work, nor the conflict of being a Muslim in a Hindu dominated country. My favorite and the recurring saga in the book is how APJ Kalam and his passionate team were able to stick on and fructify their vision of developing indigenous state of the art space technology in India – a country which had very rece An inspiring book!
He was an highly educated udann dignified man who wrote this book to educate people a about his life and journey and more importantly on how to live well.
It didn’t meet my expectations at all. Michael Bistis Worth reading for the students and young minds who are after the pursuit of their dreams come true. For those people who don’t know this man, Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam was a great scientist born in poor Indian family and goes to become president of India in his later uxan of l ” Agno are all born with a divine fire in us. Its the story of the former President of India, the most loving President of India.
Agni Ki Udaan by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (4 star ratings)
Hirak Buch rated it it was ok Jan 14, It was a long time ago that agji read this book but what remains is a passion that burned forth from its pages. I have an immense respect for APJ Kalam but somehow this book doesn’t do justice to the charm and charisma of Kalam. Its the story of the former President of India, the most loving President of …more Yes.
Its the one, one never miss to read. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, the son of a little-educated boat-owner in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, had an unparalleled career as a defence scientist, culminating in the highest civilian award of India, the Bharat Ratna. I think its an awesom Since the day, I first time heard about god I was searching for udann. Go and take it in one shot. The book gives me a ani remainder of a chapter in bhagavad gita which explains that everything has to be in moderation nothing extreme will work.
The whole book explores the concepts of missiles and rockets and the Indian Space Programme like a monotonous manual and then ends with a lecture on agi, how and what should you do.