Avul Pakir Jainulabadin Abdul Kalam

Avul Pakir Jainulabadin Abdul Kalam

Dr. Kalam was born on October 15, 1931 in Rameshwarm (Tamil Nadu) in a middle-class Tamil family. There was no very good formal education of Dr. Kalam’s father Janaulabdin. They were financially general but intelligent and generous. His father used to work with a local contractor to make wooden boats which used to take Hindu pilgrims from Rameswaram to Dhanushkotti. Her mother, Ashiyamma was the ideal of her life. The full name of Dr. Kalam is ‘Avul Pakir Jainulabadin Abdul Kalam’. Dr. Kalam studied physics and space science.

Your simplicity and inspiration from youth Former President Dr. Kalam (Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam) is no longer among us.

Dr. Kalam, 83, died on July 27, 2015, at the Indian Institute of Management, Shillong. They were giving their statement on the subject ‘How to make the living the living worth living’. He had just begun to speak that he was unconscious due to heart attack. He was admitted to Bethany Hospital, but at 7.45 pm, the hospital’s director Dr. John reported that Dr. Kalam was dead. According to Dr. John, he was admitted to the ICU of the hospital at 7 o’clock.

Dr. Kalam was very famous among students and youth. This great man who passed knowledge was also among the students. Dr. Kalam was active till his last breath. Dr Kalam was on a tour of Shillong this time and was addressing the students of IIM.

While being the President, Dr. Kalam is said to be the ‘President of the masses’ because of his excellent works done by him.

‘Our Path Examiner’, India’s eleventh president and popularly known as ‘Missile Man’, APJ Abdul Kalam ‘and’ Wings of Fire ‘,’ India 2020 – A Vision for the New Millennium ‘,’ My Journey ‘and’ Ignited Minds – Unleashing the Power Within India ‘, among them are the other famous books written by him. Are there. Very few people know that they donate most of the income (royalties) from their books to the support of NGOs. ‘Sisters of Charity’, established by Mother Teresa, is one of them. He also kept cash for the works of philanthropy with the cash received with the awards.




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