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English Literature – Journey of Life – Mr Ashish Kumar

Mr Ashish Kumar

(Today, e-abhivyakti presents the mysterious journey of literary life of Mr Ashish Kumar.  He has well researched Hindu Philosophy, Science and quest of success beyond the material realms.  We will share about his books, synopsis/excerpts separately in book review section time to time.)

Ashish Kumar currently residing in Delhi, is basically from Haridwar, Uttarakhand. He earned his B.Tech. (IT) from SRMSCET, Bareilly, UP in the year 2004. Ashish has also completed C-DAC from Delhi, back in February 2006. His large span of interests finds its home in the Hindu Philosophies and science, and a quest of success beyond the material realms. He has already five books published to his credit (all are of totally different realm) which are ‘Love Incomplete’ (in English) – A failed love story, ‘Kya Hai Hindustan Mai’ (in Hindi) – comprises of two parts. Part one‘Kya Hai Hindustan Mein’ talks about author’s experiences that he has observed while on the road, during travel and in day to day activities of the life in India. Part two‘Pehle aur Ab’ talks about the differences that are significant in the life of 1980’s and now.  Third is ‘Detail Geography of Space’ (in English). In ‘Detail Geography of space’ Ashish has tried to present an unify theory of anything, from which we can solve all the unsolved problems of universe including Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Quantum Theory etc. means he has tried to show how the universe works from macro to micro level and how from one theory we can prove other aspects of universe, because all the elements of universe works on very same pattern.  He has sent copy of his third book ‘Detail Geography of space’ to greatest scientist of our generation ‘Stephen Hawking’ for review. His first research article was published in the International Journal of Engineering and Scientific Research (IJESR), December 2015 edition, with title ‘Theory of Anything – Sankhya Philosophy’.

His fourth book was ‘The Ruiner’ (in English)

Describing about his journey authoring the book, ‘The Ruiner’, Ashish elaborated that he has had interest in science since his childhood. He had started reading Hindu scriptures 11 years back. He was looking forward to explain all unsolved problems of science and lost philosophy and essence of Hindu scriptures and Mythology which are breath of every Hindus.

Ashis further describes that according to me about my book ‘The Ruiner’, “I added my twelve years research, experience, exploration, quest, desires, and emotions of the most difficult topics of the universe. But most of all, this book is written by the secret guidance of that Infinite power, which has given me suggestions, points to add in this book, and clarity of concepts. Some are a wonder for scientists; others can be helpful for scientists. I have received signals and instructions from God in the state of meditation, dream, and dreamless sleep. Only I know how much pain I have taken to dedicate my whole life into this book. There is no number of counts available which can tell me how many nights I have spent without sleep—even sleep was trying to give me warning that either enjoy me or be ready to break apart. I faced continuous headaches, which I had been facing from last twelve years, is finally able to justify my efforts in the form of this book. For the last ten years, I was going through many of the ‘-ally’ situations—I was broken—mentally, physically, financially, economically, socially, emotionally, logically, etc. This book will take you on a journey of mysteries. You will find explanation of some facts which you have been hearing about from your childhood, and suddenly they will change.

I have read all the possible available scriptures on Hinduisms including 4 Vedas, 18 Puranas, more than 108 Upnisadas, all available versions of the Bhagvad-Gita, The Ramayana, The Mahabharata, Upanishads, Vedas, Vastu-Shastra, Astrology, Palmistry, Music, Ayurveda, Mythology, pPilosophy, Agamas and many more. I have read more than 3000 books in last twelve years, of religion, philosophy, science, etc. in physical format and e-books. I have researched immensely on the Internet to satisfy my quest for knowledge upon which this book is based.

About his book ‘The Ruiner’ he describes two boys and two girls of the current era are in the quest of mythological history of Hindu scriptures. Their aim and hobbies are different. Even their professions are different. They have come together to explore the fascinating story of the world. Yes, they have come together to walk on the footprints of Lord Rama and Lakshman in Sri Lanka. There they meet their guide, a person who explains and also makes them visit places of Ramayana like they all are part of that era. They also got the answers to some facts which no one knew before, such as: Ravana knew Clone Science and created 1 lakh clones of his sons and 1.25 lakhs clones of his grandsons. Where are they now? Ravana knew the science to use moon energy to prepare food. How? How were Gods able to transport themselves from one location to another? How Ravana created the link between this realm to heaven? What is the science behind Indrajaal, Mohini Astra, Lakshmana Rekha etc? Why did Goddess Sita demand golden deer? Why didn’t Lord Hanuman kill Bali? What is Sita’s Gita? How did Lanka get its name, Sri Lanka? What is the significance of Dakshinamukhi and Panchmukhi Hanuman? Why is moon revolving around the earth with overlapped of one paksha of 15 days? How could Kaalnemi fly faster than Lord Hanuman ? What is the science behind Weapons Shakti, Brahmastra? What is the Science behind Sanjeevani medicine? How can Pushpak Viman fly at a different speed? Is reason behind Mahabharata war was Lord Krishna? Can we stop aging by manipulating our DNA? How do Karmas work? Do curses and boons affect our karma? Prana, consciousness, and soul are the same or different? What is the science behind Amavasya? Who is the goddess of moon phase? What is the Science behind sacrifices? Is any other formula more powerful than E=mc2. If yes, what is that? Is inter-caste marriage responsible for crime and corruption in our society? How do emotions impact our mind and body? What was written in Lord Hanuman’s Ramayana? How our karmas mapped over our DNA coding? What is the science behind the dreams, different bodies etc? Where in our body different planets of cosmos are located? Do we know the teaching of more than 40 Gitas? Can we reduce the size of computer storage by 1/8 by using Sanskrit grammar? …and much more…  But the most earth-shaking truth is when they know that actually there is an unsolved mystery of Ramayana era is still present. The four are face to face with an unsolved mystery which the world has never thought of.

In his fifth title ‘Sachchai Kuch Panno Me’ (in hindi) he has shared his experiences about common life of an Indian. These are author’s own memories, which make him to feel different flavors of emotions. These all are true incidence of 9 different emotions of human life means love, laughter, compassion, anger, courage, terror, disgust, surprise and peace. All stories are of three or four pages only so book contains 27 sort stories 3 of each emotion.

Apart from reading, writing, meditation, travelling and spiritual interest, Ashish loves to cook food.  Ashish knows more than 400 types of drink recipes.

On asking that who he believes was the most supportive and important for the successful publishing and releasing of these book, Ashish said that his father and his mother have inspired and supported throughout this complete journey.

Links to buy Books of Mr. Ashish Kumar :

Amazon: Love Incomplete

Flipkart : Kya Hai Hindustan mein

Amazon : Detail geography of space

Flipkart : Detail geography of space

Amazon : The Ruiner

Flipkart : The Ruiner

Amazon : Sacchai Kuch Panno Me

Flipkart : Sacchai Kuch Panno Me




Journey of Life – Dr. Pradeep Jakka

Dr. Pradeep Jakka

(Today, I am very excited to share Journey of life of Dr. Pradeep Jakka.  I am confident to say, it is not only a miracle but a will power that a person who got treatment for disorder called “Schizophrenia” can successfully complete his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology.  I salute Dr. Pradeep Jakka, an author for his will power and dedication to his work.)

Date of Birth: 01-08-1987

Mobile No: 8639553586.

Email: pradeepjakka@gmail.com

Blog site: http://pradeepjakka.wordpress.com

Field of interest: Author

About yourself                        

I was taking treatment in NIMHANS out patient Psychiatric department for a disorder called “Schizophrenia” from 2006 onwards. Now I have completed my PhD in Educational Psychology from Sri Venkateswara University, Andhra Pradesh. I am also qualified in NET Exam in psychology. Without any background knowledge, support and guidance I completed my research. I have no regrets in life because I didn’t do big mistakes. I want to do my Post Doctoral Research further and I want become a scientist in life. I am interested to examine the aspects of mental disorders and find out new things about abnormal psychology. My biography is in “Asia Pacific Who’s Who” volume 16.

Presently working as an Assistant Professor (on contract), Department of Applied Psychology, Central University of Tamil Nadu, Tiruvarur.

Your best and memorable event of life

After I got qualified in NET exam a woman came to know about me and she has spoken to me from Australia. It is the best moment in my life. She is not only a IT consultant, but also a soft skill trainer and also an excellent actor. I am really happy to have spoken with a talented woman like her.

Your toughest moment of life  

Life is a mystery for me. It had been an unknown tomorrow always. After I got NET qualification my life become very certain and happy.

Your Strength                         

Positive personality.

Your weakness                       

Emotional imbalance

About your work (Name of Books)   

1) Jeevana Parishkaralu (Telugu)
2) Ee kshanam Dyanam (Telugu)
3) Chaduvu Kuntunnama? Chaduvu Kontunnama? (Telugu)
4) Are You a Zero?
5) Fearless Indian
6) Distress Management
7) A simple Gita to Modern Life
8) Who Am I?
9) Memory: Questions and Answers
10) Words of Positivity
11) Be a Warrior
12) Love Intelligence

Your work-life balancing journey          

It is really a tough journey but I made it successfully. I am confident that I will become prosperous and will be recognized as a life time achiever at the end. Tough Times Never Lost But Tough People Do.

Your positive message to society       

Be strong. Strength is life and weakness is death. You have to cross fear, anxiety, depression, frustration, failure and criticism to become successful in life. Dar ke agee  jeeth hai! (डर के आगे जीत है!)  Life is hard, so go hard at it. Always remember, your life depends on the quality of the response you choose. So be positive and dream big in life. You are what your thoughts have made you. So think about strength and you will become strong.




Journey of Life – Ms. Neelam Saxena Chandra

Neelam Saxena Chandra

(We salute “Women Power”.  Yesterday, we shared journey of life of Ms. Malati Mishra. Today, we would like to share literary journey of Ms. Neelam Saxena Chandra, who is having a number of published books and awards in her credit.  She is working as a General Manager (Electrical Engineer), Pune Metro.) 

Date of Birth: 27/06

Education:  BE (Electronics and Power), PG Dip in IM&HRD, PG Dip in Financial Management, Certificate course in Finance from London School of Economics

Field of Interest: Writing poems/stories/novels

Introduction:  Neelam Saxena Chandra works as a General Manager (Electrical) at Mahametro, Pune. She is an Engineering graduate from VNIT and has done her Post Graduation Diploma in IM&HRD and also in Finance. She has completed a course in Finance from London School of Economics. She has authored 4 novels, 1 novella and 6 short story collections, 29 poetry collections and 10 children’s books to her credit. She is a bilingual writer; writing in English and Hindi.

  • She holds a record with the Limca Book of Records -2015 for being the Author having the highest number of publications in a year in English and Hindi.
  • She has won II prize in a poetry contest organized by American Embassy and in a National poetry contest organized by Poetry Council of India, 2016.
  • She has received Humanity International Women Achiever Awards 2018,
  • Bharat Nirman Literary award in 2017,
  • Premchand award by Ministry of Railways,
  • Rabindranath Tagore International Poetry award,
  • Son Inder Samman,
  • Freedom award by Radio city for Lyrics along with other awards and honors.
  • She was listed in Forbes as one among 78 most popular authors in the country in 2014.

Your Literary journey:

I was a very coy and introvert person as a child. My classmates must have rarely heard my voice, except when it came to answering questions raised by teachers. However, I would listen to books and open up my heart to my diary. I used to write poems at that time.

After joining Railways, I began compeering for events and I loved using short poems written by me. I also started writing short skits and would not only act in them, I would also direct those skits. After my daughter was born, her craving for a story a day kept the imaginative person in me live till I finally wrote down those stories and sent them for publishing. That marked the beginning of my writing journey.

Best and memorable events of life: In 2010, I won II prize for a short poem written by me in a contest organized by Arushi and American Embassy, for which Gulzar sahib was the judge. This marked a turning point in my writing journey.

Toughest moment of life: There can be nothing worse than ill-health and my toughest moments were when I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. However, subsequently, I learnt to fight and survive.

Strength: My patience, my staying grounded and my creativity.

Weakness: Occasionally, I do lose my temper.

Literary work: Since I have written around 53 books, I will only name the ones written in 2017 and 2018:

मैंने पिरोये हैं अलफाज Aug-18 Authors Press Hindi Poetry
कसम मटमैले मशरूम की May-18 National Book Trust Hindi Children’s stories
Tales from Venus May-18 LiFi Publications English Short story
The Frozen Evenings Dec-17 Authors Press English Poetry
दहलीज़ Nov-17 Virtuous Publications Hindi Children’s stories
ज़िंदगी का अलाव Sep-17 Authors Press Hindi Poetry
एक शमा हरदम जलती है Jul-17 Authors Press Hindi Poetry
आज बादल बन बरस जाना है Jul-17 Authors Press Hindi Poetry
A Princess, A Goal and A Mole Jun-17 Omji Publishing English Children’s stories
The Soul Unbound Apr-17 Authors Press English Poetry
Trove of Musings Apr-17 Authors Press English Poetry
मैं बहने लगी हूँ Apr-17 Authors Press Hindi Poetry
मैंने रंग दिये अलफाज Apr-17 Authors Press Hindi Poetry
मैंने तराशे हैं अलफाज Apr-17 Authors Press Hindi Poetry
रंगी मैं तेरे रंग में Apr-17 Authors Press Hindi Poetry
सप्तरंगी परी एवं रंगबिरंगी कहानियाँ Feb-17 AlokparvPrakashan Hindi Children’s stories
In the Flickering of an Eye Jan-17 LiFi Publications English Novel
Stella Jan-17 Prabhat Prakashan English Novel

 

Work life balancing journey and how you manage to write in between:

I adore my job and I am passionate about writing. So, I am able to find time for both. Writing comes to me very naturally, and it’s like a stream waiting to flow. It always tends to find its path.

Positive message to society:

Always believe in yourself, for no one knows you better than yourself.

Email : neelamsaxena27@hotmail.com

© Neelam Saxena Chandra