Failed a thousand times but still did not give up, interesting story of lighting the world with the invention of Edison's bulb.

The great American scientist Thomas Alva Edison failed a thousand times  in making the bulb. But he did not give up and finally invented that  bulb.

This great scientist was expelled from school in his childhood because he was considered weak-minded.

But with his talent and hard work, he made thousands of life-changing inventions, including the bulb.

After many years of hard work and thousands of failed attempts, Edison  finally gave the world the gift of the invention of the electric bulb.

Edison patented the electric bulb 144 years ago, on January 27, 1880.

Thomas was born on 11 February 1847 in Milan, America.

Edison, who was weak in studies, had built a lab in his home at the age of 10.

His mother had handed him a chemistry book. Chemical formulas were written in it.

A journalist once asked him a question about the failure of his many attempts at making bulbs?

How do you feel about success after failing a thousand times?

On this, Edison said that I have not failed a thousand times, but I have  successfully discovered a thousand ways that will not work.