” Dream is not what you see in sleep, it’s    which doesn’t let you sleep”

On his second memorial anniversary we have to remember him. Onething we should learn from him is ‘ Chasing dream’. In 1958 when he tried for fighter pilot in Indian airforce, he got 9th rank where only 8 slots allotted there. Unfortunately he didn’t get that dream job. For that he didn’t give up any seconds in his life. He served as a scientist and administrator in DRDO and ISRO where he contributed for our country by improved the missile program for Indian defence. Five decades later finally for his service he became a supreme commander of Indian armed forces. 

He had followed his dream and lived for that. Years may go, but his words ever bring up youngsters to dream big. Always we have to remember this missile man of India.


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