Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam: Today is Kalam Ji's death anniversary, know what unique work he did
Hello friends, today is the fifth death anniversary of APJ Abdul Kalam, former President of India and great scientist and famous as Missile Man of India. The personality of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam was awesome. His pure nature, simple life, and his desire to dream have given him a different identity in the global scenario.
They openly discuss among the children, inspire them to dream, let their curiosity grow so that they can learn something new. He give wings to their dreams so that they can take India from their flight to new heights, their open eyes Had an idea of Such many qualities of Kalam Saheb make him a favorite teacher of children and a source of inspiration for youth.
Laxman Prasad, the manager of Aligarh Muslim University, met Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam on the plane in 2000 while going from Delhi to Pune. During the conversation between the two for about 10 minutes, Kalam Saheb was very impressed with Vigyan Ratna Dr. Laxman Prasad.
Say goodbye to the country's young generation in 2015: Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.
Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s dream was to make India an economically prosperous and powerful country by 2020, which he tried to complete until his last time. Born in an ordinary family of Rameswaram, Dr. Kalam went on to become the President of the country. But his first choice was as a teacher. He molded his life as a great learner. This unmatched teacher of the world said goodbye to the world in front of his country’s young generation on 27 July 2015.
First, indigenously built launch vehicle SLV-3 made:
In 1980, when the Rohini satellite became India’s first indigenously built launch vehicle SLV-3, Dr. Kalam was pleased. It was a definite step towards making the country self-reliant. India became a member of the International Space Club. Dr. Kalam started preparing to write a talk to make India self-sufficient in the world of technology. Dr. Kalam designed the indigenous guided missile. Made missiles like Prithvi and Agni with Indian technology.
Kalam saheb was not married:
As you all know, Dr. Kalam did not marry. He had no children, but his love for children was uncountable. Once a foreign journalist asked him the same question that you do not have any children, yet why do you love children so much? Kalam Ji smiled and said very politely, and I have three children, Prithvi, Agni, and BrahMos. Of course, his endeavor to bring the nation-nation and India to the world map in the category of developed countries was his real love. As a result, even today, Kalam Saheb is the first choice of crores of children in India.