‘Ignited Minds- Unleashing the Power within India’ is a book written by the former President of India, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. He was in power between the years 2002 to 2007.
This is one of the masterpiece pieces for the readers across the globe.
It has a number of inspirational messages to the young Indians that empowers them to lead people towards a better nation.
The book showcases the importance of different things in life like the need to dream big because dreams will lead to thoughts and the thoughts will lead to actions.
He implies that due respect has to be given to our parents, teachers and saints. There is a space beyond politics and religion where the people have to set their focus and attention.
The career oriented content of the book aims to bring the good forces of the people to build a better place. He points out that the enemy of the people in India is poverty.
The challenge to eradicate poverty is the most important obstacle towards the growth of the country.
India is a nation with different faiths, ideologies, customs, careers and cultures.
So a unified system of understanding has to be well developed among all people in order to achieve our dreams, aspirations and goals.
The strength of India lies in its diversity of people across the different states speaking different languages and having different administrations.
He takes quotes from the words of Abraham Lincoln, Thirukkural and Rabindranath Tagore to inspire the young generation of the world.
This book enlightens a new energy in our mind and body. Hats off To the late president Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Sir.
We are indeed responsible to transform his vision into reality for India. Ignited minds encourages the younger generation of our country to develop better governance, defense, research, technology and culture. Worth reading. thanks.
Sounds like an interesting read that I will definitely have to look into. As an anthropologist and a human, this sounds like something that we all need to explore to better understand those around us. Nowadays, we all are about the me instead of the we
What you said is right, Chelsey Todd. The more we think about ourselves and be self-centered, the more we lose in terms of self-respect and self-esteem. Thank you for sharing your opinion.
Thanks Antonees for the comment. Rightly said, it is a book that each one of us has to read to gain some insight on India’s well being.
Each and everyone of you should read this book.