Anonymous: Vedoon mein shaadi ka kya pravdhan hai, matlab vivah kaisey hona chhahiyey?

Swami Ram Swarup: Jeevan mein 16 Sanskar vedanusar  karne yogya hain unmein ek vivah Sanskar bhi hai, is par pustak bhi likhi gai hai aap nikat ke arya samaj mandir jayiye aur unse discuss karke pustak le aaiye aur padhiye.

Aryan Raj: Pranam swamiji ! 1)Please give your thoughts on Dr. A.P.J.ABDUL KALAM ji.

2) Do you think that he was worthy to attain moksha? Since he devoted his whole life for seving the nation without a single personal benefit? Although he was a muslim but he had not a single habit of it e.g. he was single throughout life, he was vegeterian etc.

3) What happen with the shoulders when they die for nation. Like during independence movement revolutionaries like BHAGAT SINGH, SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE, etc.

!!OM !!

Swami Ram Swarup: Aashirwad beta. Abdul Kalam ji ek vigyan ke uttam gyata the. Unka Janam 15 oct 1931 ko Rameswaram mein hua. Woh aerospace scientist the, politician jinhone missile aur nuclear weapons ke vikas mein athak parishram kiya. Weh jaat-paat aur majhab ityadi se pare hokar Pratham insaniyat ka aahwan karte the aur sab prempurvak rahein aisa unka shudh vichar tha. Weh Bharat mata ke sache sapoot huye hain.Unke missile, nuclear weapons ki field mein atyant tarakki karne ke karan Vishwa mein bharatvarsh ka naam uncha hua aur unhi ki kripa se aaj bhi ham nuclear subject mein Unnati ki aur agarsar hain.

2. Moksh ke vishya mein main itna hi kah sakta hun ki pratyek majhab ka is vishya par bhinn-bhinn vichar hain. Main to sab dharmon ki repsect karta hun prantu mera marg vedic marg hai aur vedon ke anusar moksh usi ka hota hai jo bhautikwad mein bhi Unnati karte hain aur adhyatmikwad mein bhi sath-sath Unnati karte hain. 

3. Samved mantra 1409 ke anusar aise veeron ko Sadgati prapt hoti hai.

 Abdul Kalam was a highly respected figure in India and around the world, primarily known for his contributions to the field of space and defense technology. He played a pivotal role in India’s civilian space program and military missile development. He is often referred to as the “Missile Man of India” for his work on the development of ballistic missile technology.

Before becoming President, Abdul Kalam held various important positions in India’s space and defense research organizations, including the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO). He was instrumental in the development of India’s first satellite launch vehicle and nuclear-capable ballistic missiles.

Despite his scientific and technological achievements, Abdul Kalam remained a humble and inspiring figure. He was widely admired for his vision of a developed and prosperous India and his dedication to education and inspiring the youth. He often visited schools and colleges to interact with students, encouraging them to pursue their dreams and careers in science and technology.

Abdul Kalam’s presidency was marked by his commitment to promoting education, science, and technology, particularly among the youth. He continued to be an influential figure after his presidential term, delivering lectures, writing books, and engaging in various educational and inspirational initiatives.

He received numerous awards and honors, including the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award, and several honorary doctorates from universities around the world. His life and work continue to serve as an inspiration to many, and he is remembered as a true role model for aspiring scientists and leaders.

Indeed, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was a multifaceted individual who embodied the qualities of a scientist, a compassionate human being, and a respected president. Here’s a brief overview of these aspects of his life:


Abdul Kalam was a highly accomplished scientist who made significant contributions to India’s space and defense programs. He played a key role in the development of India’s ballistic missile technology and was a driving force behind the success of India’s space exploration efforts. His work in these fields earned him the nickname “Missile Man of India.”


Despite his numerous scientific achievements, Abdul Kalam was known for his humility, compassion, and dedication to the welfare of society. He was a strong advocate for education and believed in the power of knowledge to uplift individuals and communities. He often interacted with students and young people, encouraging them to dream big and work towards a better future. He had a deep love for children and inspired them to pursue their goals, regardless of their background or circumstances.


A.P.J. Abdul Kalam served as the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. During his presidency, he continued to promote education and inspire the youth, focusing on issues related to education, energy, and technological development. His presidency was marked by his commitment to inclusivity and his efforts to connect with people of all walks of life.

In summary, Abdul Kalam was a remarkable individual who seamlessly blended the roles of scientist, humanist, and president. He left a lasting legacy not only in the fields of science and technology but also as an inspirational figure who touched the lives of countless individuals, especially the youth, through his wisdom, kindness, and dedication to the betterment of society.