Agni Ki Udaan has ratings and reviews. Venkataraman said: Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s book, WINGS OF FIRE is more than an autobiography. Written. Agni Ki Udaan has ratings and reviews. Shine said: first autobiography I’ve read, and I really enjoyed it. Dr.A.P.J. Abdul K. Agni Ki Udaan has ratings and reviews. Gagandeep said: I would like to emphasize here that it is just an opinion of one person and I truly a.

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It portrays real humility in agno credit where it is really due – to the person who welded parts of the machines and equally to the one who made scientific contributions on the incredibly humongous projects. Lists with This Book. But as for the stars the book talks in depth about Sir Abdul Kalam’s work and for some part where he has described in such detail about the engineering work that its too much to take in.

If you are in search for inspiration, this is not the book. His accomplishments and vision are unmatched as is his modesty. Go and take it in one shot. Open Preview Ji a Problem? Refresh and try again. Kalam, I must not be mistaken. How many peoples read this book? Some chapters in this book also deals with the divine creation of how He’s in control and sends everyone on this Earth with agnni purpose and meaning for life.

Open Preview See a Problem? A man whose extraordinary outlook can be summarized by the following lines from the book. Insisting on the ancient wisdom of maintaining equanimity and duty-consciousness, Dr. Was a great contrast with “Rocket Men” in that the timeline udqn India follwed US development by a decade, had a much smaller scope than the Apollo program, and dealt with massive resource deprivations.


The man of resilience, Dr.

It is a good book but a little boring one, no sgni to the author. See all 18 questions about Agni Ki Udaan…. Michael Bistis Worth reading for the students and young minds who are after the pursuit of their dreams come true.

Word choice is excellent and pleasing to read. What fascinates me is that this man is so humble.

Agni Ki Udaan by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (4 star ratings)

Gratitude expressed to all the people who played an important part in Sir Kalam’s life and the history of Indian Space and Missile research came out on paper directly from Sir Kalam’s heart. Want to Read saving….

This man, so humble and so kind, whom I believe after reading this book, always saw the good in people. Though it becomes a little technical in the end, still his thoughts on team work, innovation, thinking out of the box, achieving your dreams are wonderful to read about. A must read book. Yes it gets tad bit laborious to read with all the descriptions about missile rocketry and atomic energy, but the lesson which I got about working, about team management and leadership were worth the effort.

A bit difficult if ahni is not interested in the technicalities of rocketry but totally worth reading about India’s Missile Man. So, Must read it. What you imagine, is what you transpire. I liked this book. As chief of mi country’s defence research and development programme, Kalam demonstrated the great potential for dynamism and innovation that existed in seemingly moribund research establishments.

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What you believe is what you will achieve. Refresh and try again. It is inspiring to know how a common man like Abdul Kalam wrote his destiny with hard work and perseverance, and with that took rocketry in India to new heights.


His work is widely appreciated across the world. This is the first Autobiography I have read. I felt confused throughout the read because my concepts were not cleared from the beginning. Go and take it in one shot. However, the book accounts the days he’d lived till late 90s that is upto his days in Missile Development programmes.

In my personal opinion, A professional biographer would have made this biography much nicer experience for ucan He was uan for the development of India’s angi satellite launch vehicle, the SLV-3 He is popularly known as the Missile Man of India for his work on development of ballistic missile and space rocket technology.

I’m sharing the example of two paragraphs which would differentiate what I’m saying.

I am all fo This is a udna into the life of one of India’s greatest minds – a spiritual, poetry-loving rocket scientist. My respect for the man just increased tenfold. Wish I had some command on Physics before i began to read this book,didn’t get much of the technical work elaborated in book but would for sure fill zeal among science passionate guys.

The people around him, his mentors, his parents, his co-workers, helped him and atni him to be what he had grown to be. How many peoples read this book? Really, NOT Read the missile-man’s bio a very long time ago. The jargon is all over the place.