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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

A book you read recently ( Favourite book)

·         I have read many books but here I would like to talk about the Wings of Fire” by Dr.A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
·         My favourite book is the “Wings of Fire” by Dr.A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
·         That is the best book.
·         It is his auto-biography. 
·         It was first published in 1999.
·         This book became popular only after Dr. Kalam became the president of India.
·         He was sworn in as the president of India on 25th July 2002.
·         Mr Arun Tiwari helped Dr Kalam in writing the book.
·         Dr. Kalam says why he wrote his autobiography.
·         This book is very motivating.
·         From this book I came to know all about the life and achievements of Dr A.P.J.Abdul Kalam
·         Dr Kalam was born in a very poor family in the southern parts of India at Rameshwaram.
·         The reason why I admire him is that his life shows how & ordinary boy from a deprived class (poor family) could reach the highest level of the nation.
·         He became not only the best rocket engineer but also the first citizen of the nation.
·         It is true that he described his posting as the president as a piece of luck but his achievement as a rocket engineer were absolutely because of sheer hard work.
·         He is role model for one & all.
·         The success of Dr Kalam depended on the fact that he was willing to grow daily.
·         He learned everything that come to him &was looking for thing to learn.
·         The real success of Dr.Kalam is in his application of the discipline, what he learned, in other fields also.
·         That is why he could contribute to artificial limbs of lesser weight.
·         In him we find a person with insatiable quest for knowledge & with great love for suffering fellow beings.
·         I like everything about the book. There is nothing that I don’t like
·         Another book he wrote is “The Ignited Mind” 

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