Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of Abdul Kalam.

“Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of Abdul Kalam”, most probably you have heard about the book which is the most inspirational book or say most influential book ever written on the life of Dr A.P.J Abdul Kalam who is also known as the ‘missile man of india’, you may wonder missile man?? how and why was he called missile man, it’s the topic which would take a huge part itself, so it would better to left it uncovered as it has a very inspirational story to know. It has been said that our kalam sir was such a great personality who has zero haters and millions and much more followers and fans in his entire life

I seems very impractical and ideal as a person who has such a fanbase but have no haters, how is it possible?

Now, you might have been developed curiosity for knowing much more about him, if yes then this book is for you as this book covers the entire journey of Dr A.P.J Abdul Kalam , how a boy who use to distribute newspapers to help his brother samsuddin and there are many more characters like Jainulabdeen, Prof. Sponder, Prof. Kal Pandalai, and Prof. Narasinga Rao, Prof. Vikram Sarabhai, Prof. Satish Dhawan and many other have played a very crucial role for giving ‘the missile man’ to nation this book is very beautifully written by Dr APJ Abdul kalam & Arun Tiwari.

“Two rules for a peaceful life: Depression in failure should never go to heart, and ego in success should never go to the brain

Dr APJ Abdul kalam

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