This series includes sports legend Milkha Singh, industrialist Jamsetji Tata, scientist and former President APJ Abdul Kalam, freedom fighter Bhagat Singh, actor Raj Kapoor and the courageous Neerja Bhanot.
Milkha Singh – The Flying Sikh’s journey from childhood through tragedy and finally to glory has been extraordinary and exemplary. Take a look at the life of one of the greatest sportsmen of our country, and learn the true value of dedication and perseverance.
Jamsetji Tata – Founder of the immensely successful Tata Group, India’s first conglomerate company, and the man who established Jamshedpur, Jamsetji Tata has changed the face of business in the country. His contribution to the cotton and iron industries helped strengthen India’s economy.
APJ Abdul Kalam – Fondly revered as one of the greatest leaders our country has ever seen, APJ Abdul Kalam’s journey from an aerospace scientist to the president of the largest democracy in the world has been incredible.
Bhagat Singh – A hero for the people of India, Bhagat Singh’s brave actions made our countrymen rise against the British and eventually paved the way for the country’s Independence. His willingness to sacrifice his life was an act of fiery boldness, unlike anything the country had witnessed before.
Raj Kapoor – The greatest ‘showman’ in the history of Indian entertainment; actor, producer, and director Raj Kapoor has had a tremendous influence on Indian cinema. His journey in cinema started at the age of 10 and spanned close to 80 films over 55 years.
Neerja Bhanot – Model and flight attendant Neerja Bhanot’s resilience and determination in the face of danger and, even, death will never be forgotten. Read about the life of the youngest Ashok Chakra award winner, whose act of courage has left a tremendous mark on many young men and women of the country.
This product contains reading material as well as 5 interactive activities (3 inside the book and 2 additional sheets) and requires a child’s active participation. We’d love for your child to feel a deep connection with our books and to hold them dear.