My India: Ideas for the Future by A.P.J. Abdul KalamMy India: Notes for the Future contains excerpts from Dr A.P. J Adbul Kalam’s speeches in his post presidency years. Drawn from Dr Kalam’s addresses to parliaments, universities, schools and other institutions in India and abroad, they include his ideas on science, nation building, poverty, compassion and self-confidence.
Dr Kalam draws on the lives of stalwarts such as Marie Curie, Dr Vikram Sarabhai to encourage and inspire his young readers. Through these speeches, he shares many valuable lessons in humility, resilience, and determination and leads children to think, grow and evolve.
A project very close to his heart, Dr Kalam’s last book for children is a road map for every child to pursue their dreams, to be the best they can be, leading to the realisation of a better India.
Speeches in hindi by famous personalities
I congratulate the Principal, Teachers, Students and Staff of this college, both present and past and also all those who have contributed for building the robust framework in shaping young minds and developing them to blossom as enlightened citizens for the nation. My Greetings to all of you during your Silver Jubilee Celebrations. While I am with you, I would like to recall one incident, which occurred during my childhood Age Each day when I returned home from my school in the evening, my father would have gone to namaz. And my mother would be performing namaz and look angelic.
Abdul Kalam Speech from Mocomi. In years of our history, people from all over the world have come and invaded us, captured our lands, conquered our minds.
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The language is simple and content is comprehensive that describes the life and journey of APJ Kalam in a coherent manner. Today is 5th September and like every year we have assembled here to celebrate the Teachers Day. I am extremely honored to have been given the opportunity to host this program.
Abdul Kalam was a man who dreamed and whose passion in life was to inspire others to dream. He was a great scientist, thinker, writer, motivational speaker, the missile man of India and its 11th President. What makes his life an inspiration is that he started from humble beginnings in a remote village in South India, Rameswaram. That was the place where he had his first job of collecting bundles of newspaper thrown from a passing train. Many decades later he still recollected and felt the surge of pride in earning his own money for the first time. But then there were many people who influenced and inspired this great son of India to become a dreamer and become known as the missile man of India.