Why does Dr. Kalam feel that he had a secure childhood? Strong Roots

The family in which Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam was born and brought up was a middle class Tamil family. His parents were an ideal couple. The house where they lived was their ancestral home, built in the middle of the 19th century. Although Kalam’s family was not an affluent one, he was given everything he needed. All necessities in terms of food, medicine and clothing were provided for Kalam in his childhood. He had a congenial family atmosphere. He had no emotional disturbance or material want unfulfilled. He was brought up in happiness. So Kalam claims that he had a secure childhood.

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