Dream flight

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | ADARSH S AND ALANSHA VAHAB
Published May 25, 2019, 2:04 am IST
Updated May 25, 2019, 2:04 am IST
Abhimanyu, who dreams of becoming an aeronautical engineer, loves making fighter aircrafts from paper.
While other children were busy making paper boats to pass the time in their childhood, Abhimanyu made weapons and flights out of paper, following his dream of becoming an aeronautical engineer.
 While other children were busy making paper boats to pass the time in their childhood, Abhimanyu made weapons and flights out of paper, following his dream of becoming an aeronautical engineer.

While other children were busy making paper boats to pass the time in their childhood, Abhimanyu made weapons and flights out of paper, following his dream of becoming an aeronautical engineer. He started making them at the age of seven. Till now, he has made Mirage flights, fighter aircraft, the big flights which carry small aircraft and other weapons used in war out of paper. Abhimanyu has great knowledge of the weapons that he is making and their usage. He is now busy making missiles.

He takes one hour to make a fighter aircraft. He searches on the internet and notes down the country, year, specialities and other features of a fighter aircraft in his handbook, so that he will not have any doubts while making them or explaining the details. He uses fabric paint to give colours to the planes. He makes the fighter aircraft of China, Japan and other countries.

 

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Abhimanyu's parents weren't aware of his talent till his teachers noticed it when he gifted the weapons he made to his classmates. They gave him an award for recycling waste paper for making paper aircraft. He is very much interested in talking about weapons and has a great knowledge on this subject. "I love to watch war movies because they help me learn more about the functions of missiles and other weapons clearly," says Abhimanyu.

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