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All Stort Questions and Answer From Strong Roots by APJ Abdul Kalam
Ans: – The short story “Strong Roots” is taken from A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s autobiography “The Wings of Fire” published in 1999.
Ans: – Strong Roots is an autobiography.
Ans: – The full name of APJ Abdul Kalam is Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam.
Ans: – Abdul Kalam’s mother had a more distinguished lineage among his parents.
Ans: – The title of “Bahadur” was bestowed with one of Kalam’s mother’s forebears by the British.
Ans: – The ancestral house of Abdul Kalam was built in the middle of the 19th century. It was a large pucca house, made of limestone and brick on the mosque Street in Rameshwaram.
Ans: – When Kalam was little he did not have the faintest idea of the meaning of the Arabic prayers but he had the belief that they reached God.
Ans: – Kalam’s father said that there was nothing mysterious about prayer, rather prayer made possible a communion of the spirit between people.
Ans: – The Shiva temple was situated a ten-mile walk from Kalam’s house.
Ans: – The name of the high priest of Shiva temple was Pakshi Lakshmana
Ans: – The People of different religions waited for Kalam’s father outside the old mosque to get the water touched by him. They took the water to the home for invalids.
20. How does Kalam describe his appearance?.
Ans: – Kalam describes his appearance as a short boy with undistinguished looks.
21. What kind of matters did Kalam’s father and Pakshi Lakshamana Sastry use to discuss?
Ans: – Kalam’s father and Pakshi Lakshamana Sastry used to discuss spiritual matters.
22. “Then he answered in a low, deep voice…” – What was the impact of the answer upon the writer?
Ans: – Kalam’s father dipped the fingers in the bowls of water and chanted a prayer to sanctify the water
Ans: – Kalam’s father could convey complex spiritual concepts in simple down-to-earth Tamil.
Ans: – Kalam’s father had his breakfast after returning from the coconut grove with about a dozen coconuts.
Ans: – The coconut grove was 4 miles away from Kalam’s house.
Ans: – Kalam’s father lived a very simple life avoiding all types of comforts and luxuries.
Ans: – According to Abdul Kalam, there exists a divine power that shapes our life.
Ans: – Kalam normally ate sitting on the floor of the kitchen with his mother.