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Read ✓ Wings of Fire An Autobiography ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Þ ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Wings of Fire An Autobiography Author A.P.J. Abdul Kalam – Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam the son of a little educated boat owner in Rameswaram Tamil Nadu had an unparAvul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam the Fire An Epub #223 son of a little educated boat owner in Rameswaram Tamil Nadu had an unparalleled career Wings of PDF or as a defence scientist culminating in the highest civilian award of India the Bharat Ratna As chief of the country's defence research of Fire An Epub #217 a. Note This book is about being Indian It doesn't make alot of sense to read this book if you're not an Indian either from birth or heritageThat said the only word possible to describe the book is inspirational What other word could possibly describe a dirt poor Muslim growing up to become president of a country filled w 800 million Hindus Supported by both major political parties the man is considered the uintessential IndianAbdul Kalam wasn't a member of any of the disparate groups who combined forces to push back the British occupiers occupiers that had deliberately slaughtered millions of Indians over hundreds of years If he had an opinion of the brutal partition that tore India in half he didn't mentioned it in the book No one asked him for an explanation of India's humiliating defeat at the hands of China in 1962 It's almost as if he missed all of the major mind blowing events of his time So why exactly is he so importantWhen Abdul Kalam was growing up he was just a young man eager to learn as much as possible about science Successive mentors convinced him that there was a great goal to be achieved in making India self sufficient in multiple areas Eventually he came to greatness by overseeing the development of satellite launch vehicles a feat duplicated by only a handful of other countries Those SLVs served as the basis for a variety of state of the art military missiles caveat I'm not an expert on whether they're actually state of the art but India is certainly holding her ownFrom an American viewpoint where everyone is screaming bloody murder about weapons proliferation Abdul Kalam's recollections of France's withdrawl of support and false accusations of German help serve as a disturbing reminder that embargoing a country simply cannot work if the country's populace is determined to control their own destiny It's disturbing that there is little discussion on the ethics of an impoverished nation developing nuclear weapons and deploying delivery systems but that's almost completely lost in the discussion of self reliance and a determination to never again submit to foreign ruleYou gotta believe may be an ok motto coming from Parappa the Rappa but it sounds corny coming from just about anyone else but not from Abdul Kalam The man is boundless optimism and it's infectious Any gathering of Indian adults in America will inevitably produce the whining that their kids are too Americanized and they don't respect India and blahblahblah My opinion on this is that kids who grow up outside of India don't appreciate India's potential This book is the solution I challenge any skeptic of India's greatness to try to read this book without having your views fundamentally altered

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Ave become household names in India and that have raised the nation to the level of a missile power of international reckoning This is also the saga of independent India's struggle for technological self sufficiency and defensive autonomy a story as much about politics domestic and international as it is about scienc. Simple concise and inspiring Highly recommended

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Wings of Fire An AutobiographyNd development programme Kalam demonstrated the great potential for dynamism and innovation that existed in seemingly moribund research establishments This is the story of Kalam's rise from obscurity and his personal and professional struggles as well as the story of Agni Prithvi Akash Trishul and Nag missiles that h. I would like to emphasize here that it is just an opinion of one person and I truly admire the man Dr Kalam is as I had the honour of meeting him in person as well but this book somehow did not impress me at all It was full of so much scientific terminologies and details that for a layman it is hard to stay focussed When I read an autobiography I am interested not to know about the factual details about a personality as that can be available anywhere on the internet For me it is important to know the events that made the people great Unfortunately this book fails to do that for me It is important to learn about the struggle story and the psyche of the individual in tough times to feel inspired and motivated by an account That did not happen when I read this bookBut then again it is the opinion of just one girl