Every human born on planet earth is blessed with talent and individuality. It is something that no one can take away from him. Wealth, fame and all material things can be robbed, cheated and taken away but this individuality of his is God’s real gift to him. The desire to succeed in whatever field a person chooses is only met if he feels its need equal to the need of
Dr. Tesla was abruptly awoken by this dream. He could hardly believe that he had seen his own mother ascending into bright clouds. Few minutes later he got the, news that His mother had passed away. On 1st June 1892, Duka Tesla had left this world forever.
Dr. Nikola Tesla was thrown in an ocean of sorrow, he had lost his father in 1879, when he was 23, and now within 13 years of this, he lost his mother too. The pain that Dr. Tesla experienced was unbearable.
Dr. Tesla was deeply hurt due to this incidence; he loved his mother a lot. He always referred to her as the only one who completely understood his abilities. She was the one who had encouraged him when he first remarked about his childhood visions. When siblings and friends ridiculed him, his mother was his firm and unshakable support.
He spent a torturous week in his native land for her funeral, he was depressed and this lead to sickness. Dr. Tesla had to spend two to three weeks recovering from this sickness.
Life presents everyone with many ups and downs. Failure in our work, loss of a loved one or even a mere financial loss is sufficient to push the most optimistic individual into depression. Then just imagine how difficult it would be when one has to witness destruction of his dreams, his achievements and everything that he has worked for in his life. It indeed must be utterly devastating. Faced with
1st of May 1893 marked the commencement of the World Columbian Exposition in a grand style and in full swing. There were almost hundred thousand (one lakh) people witnessing this great fair on the very first day. The spectators enjoyed the Exposition throughout the day visiting various places, buildings and special exhibits, and as the night fell, they were amazed as if a casting spell fell at the venue. Those
Dr. Nikola Tesla returned to New York after his Europe tour. With fond memories and the grief of loss of his mother Dr. Tesla again began his experimental work in his laboratory. But soon he overcame and conquered this sorrow. It was the same year of 1892 when Dr. Nikola Tesla actually received two of the most prestigious honours. Before his return to New York, Dr. Nikola Tesla was invited
In the last article we have seen how Dr. Nikola Tesla developed his famous Tesla Coil and took great pains in improving his research to make it beneficial for mankind. Dr. Nikola Tesla believed that it was ‘Impulses‘ which achieved the transfer of electricity into the air. He also observed that, electrical energy was projected from the coil in form ‘Rays’ and not in form of waves due to these