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a book you like to read again or an exciting book you read.

a book you like to read again or an exciting book you read.

a book you like to read again or an exciting book you read.

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What it contains?

How is the book?

books are a source of knowledge.it is a storehouse of vast knowledge.i have read many books in my life related to general knowledge, history, politics, English grammar and many kinds of magazines like India today, cosmopolitan, gk today.but today I would like to talk about the book which touches my senses is an autobiography of the late former president of India Dr ApJ Abdul Kalam.i am so inspired by this book that I want to read it again because it gives me courage, motivation to go ahead in my life. It was written by Dr Kalam and Arun Tiwari. Kalam examines his early life, effort, hardship, fortitude, luck and chance that eventually led him to lead Indian space research, nuclear and missile programs.

The book begins with the childhood of Kalam’s life. In the beginning, he introduces us to his family and tries to familiarize us with his birthplace Rameswaram. In the childhood, he was a great admirer of his father, Jainulabdeen. He was a man of great wisdom and kindness, and Pakshi Lakshmana Sastry, a close friend of his father and the head priest of the Rameswaram Temple. He had an ideal helpmate in his mother, Ashiamma. He was also influenced by his close friend, Ahmed Jallaluddin; he was about 15 years older than Kalam. With his friend, he talked about spiritual matters. This shows that he believed in spirituality and also believed in God and Khudah. He always went to Lord Shiva’s temple with his friends.The latter part of the opening chapters, he introduces his cousin Samsuddin, his school teachers and all the people who were felt any difference amongst them.

Kalam started his career, after graduating from Aerospace engineering at MIT(Chennai) India, at Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. and was assigned to build a Hovercraft prototype. Later he moved to ISRO and helped establish the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre and pioneered the first space launch-vehicle program. During the 1990s and early 2000, Kalam moved to the DRDO to lead the Indian nuclear weapons program, with particular successes in thermonuclear weapons development culminating in the operation Smiling Buddha and an ICBM Agni(missile). his excellent leadership qualities as taking up the responsibility of shaping up the Guided Missile Development Program, are clearly visible. In this phase of the life, Kalam was responsible for the development of the five missiles – Prithvi, Trishul, Akash, Nag and Agni. Kalam died on 27 July 2015, during a speech at Indian Institute Of Management in Shillong, Meghalaya.

follow-ups

Q-1: do you fond of reading books?

ANS: yes, of course, I fond of reading books when I am free from my work.i usually read books of general knowledge and religious category.I read GK today which is a famous book of general knowledge.

Q-2: which is your favourite book?

Ans: I am fond of reading autobiographies of famous and great personalities.as I mentioned earlier that I read the autobiography of the former president of India late Dr ApJ Abdul Kalam because this kind of books gives me the motivation to work hard in my life.

Q-3: which is your favourite author of English language?

Ans: my favourite author in the English language is the famous dramatist Shakespeare.i have done master of arts in the English language from Panjab University Chandigarh.so I took Shakespeare drama as my optional subject in the 2nd year.I have read several books of Shakespeare like hamlet, kings lear, Macbeth, as you like it etc.

AUTHOR;

Gagandeep Singh Kahlon

M.A.(English)B.Ed.PGDCA.

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a book you like to read again or an exciting book you read.

a book you like to read again or an exciting book you read.

a book you like to read again or an exciting book you read.

a book you like to read again or an exciting book you read.

a book you like to read again or an exciting book you read.

a book you like to read again or an exciting book you read.

 

 

 

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