Book Review : “Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of Abdul Kalam” by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and Arun Tiwari

‘Wings of Fire: The Autobiography of Abdul Kalam”
is written by APJ Abdul Kalam and Arun Tiwari. This book is the autobiography of the former President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam, Dr. Rameswaramu who wanted to become a famous scientist. illuminates the boy’s journey in , which reflects how a simple life, dedication, strong will, and hard work led to success, and how cultural unity affects an individual’s life. Episode
began in Rameswaram village around 1930 with a boy of
and lived with his parents, four siblings, and one sister. In this book, the author talks about how the roles of family, relatives, friends, and society contribute to personal life. Kalam portrays his village, where everything lives in harmony. At that time, religious discrimination was unknown. Poetry showing the intimacy of
: “I was a close friend of my father, Paxirock Shamasastree, the high priest of a Lame Suwa employee. One of the most vivid memories of my childhood is of two people, each wearing traditional clothing, discussing mental issues. “
As a child, Ten thought to join the Indian Air Force, but could not clear the interview. Far from losing his motivation, he devoted himself to research and started a career at the Aviation Development Organization (ADE), where he was involved in the design of hovercraft. He went to the educational program NASA, he moved to the Indian Space Research Organization, where he met Quickly · Sarabai, where he also met many of the geniuses who inspired him. The book also talks about leadership and teamwork when creating projects. It shows how
people become leaders whenever there is a successful project or a failed project.
This book reveals the extensive and detailed project work of Dr. APJ Yeol, but distracts from the story of his life. Some readers may find this detailed description boring and unattractive. It highlights the success of “Agni” and other projects.
This book tells of the technological achievements of India at one time, but few countries can boast. Working behind the Indian space research, such as Dr. Zurg, Sarabai, and Buramu, Phra Kash, speaks about contributing to an excellent brain and ISRO. As a
reader, I found this book very interesting at first, especially how his family encouraged him from his youth to college. Writing is a bit monotonous because later it gives a detailed picture of the project. Finally, he advises the younger generation not to lose motivation and lead a positive life.
This book shows how Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s simple life and positive thinking inspired young people in India.

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