The Mirror Image Man of India: Piyush Goel's Artistic Journey

The Mirror Image Man of India: Piyush Goel's Artistic Journey
Piyush Goel

These are the lines which always motivates Piyush Goel

मैथिलीशरण गुप्त

नर निराश करो मन को

नर निराश करो मन को

कुछ काम करो, कुछ काम करो

जग में रहकर कुछ नाम करो

Robert Frost

The woods are lovely, dark and deep.

But I have promises to keep,

And miles to go before I sleep,

And miles to go before I sleep.                                         

In a recent episode of the popular Indian news channel, HistoryTV18 OMG – Yeh Mera India, a unique and talented writer was featured for his exceptional work.

The writer, known as the “Mirror Image Writer of India” has gained a significant following for his ability to write in a mirror image that can be read with the help of a mirror. The Mirror Image Writer, whose real name is Piyush Goel hails from Uttar Pradesh.

He is a multi-talented individual from India, boasting expertise as a Mechanical Engineer, Motivational Speaker, Author, and Writer. Notably, he has authored multiple books in mirror image form, including the Bhagavad Gita, Sundara Kanda from Ramcharitmanas, Sai Satcharitra, Durga Saptashati, Meri Ikyavan Kavitayein of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the former Prime Minister of India, among others.

In 2012, Piyush made history by setting a world record for writing the world’s first needle book MADHUSHALA of HARIVANSH RAI BACHCHAN in mirror image. His groundbreaking work on the Bhagavad Gita in mirror image was even recognized by the Hindustan Times.

Piyush Goel’s artistic talents are equally impressive. He created an astonishing 600 caricatures in a single frame using only one pen. Additionally, he has written 17 books in Mirror Image using different objects like Pen, Needle, Carbon Paper, Mehendi, Cone Fabric, Cone Liner, and Iron Nail.

The fourth book that Piyush Goel published was in Hindi, titled ‘Sochna to Padega Hi.’ Today, this book is available in many languages, including Marathi, Gujarati, English, Rajasthani, Sindhi, and Odia.

He discovered his talent for mirror writing at a young age and has been honing his skills ever since. Over the years, he has gained a reputation for his exceptional writing style, which has won him admirers from across the country.

HistoryTV18 - OMG Yeh Mera India’s coverage of the Mirror Image writer highlighted his unique talent and the challenges he faces in his work. In an interview, Piyush Goel talked about how he first discovered his talent and how he has since developed his writing style. He also discussed the various ways in which he uses his mirror writing, that can only be read in a mirror.

The Mirror Image Writer’s work has garnered attention not just in India but also internationally. He has been featured in various publications. His work has also been recognized by the education networks, and he has received several awards for his contributions to the arts. The Mirror Image Writer’s appearance on Historytv18 – OMG Yeh Mera India has brought him even more attention, and his fans are eagerly awaiting his next project. His unique talent and creative approach to writing are truly inspiring, and he is a testament to the fact that with dedication and hard work, one can achieve anything.

Piyush Goel by profession he is Mech Engineer but by passion he is Mirror Image Man, Cartoonist, Local Cricket Umpire, has completed 17 Books in Mirror Image written with different Objects like Pen, Needle, Mehandi Cone, Carbon Paper, Fabric Cone Liner, Iron Nail and with Wooden Pen on Magic Sheet. Piyush Goel writer of World First Hand write Needle Book Madhushala, here we are discussing Main Five books ShreeMad Bhagwad Gita, Madhushala, Panchtantra, Gitanjali and Piyush Vaani.                   

1. Mirror Imaged Shree Mad Bhagvad Gita (Pen) - Piyush Goel has a unique art, he can write words in mirror image. Piyush Goel can write words in mirror image in two languages Hindi and English. He has completed “World First Mirror Image Book Shrimad Bhagvad Gita”, all 18 chapters, 700 verses in two languages Hindi and English. Besides all of these he has completed “Shree Durga Sapt Satti” in Sanskrit Languages, Shree Sai Satcharitra in two languages Hindi and English, Sundar Kand (two times).

The Mirror Image Man of India: Piyush Goel's Artistic Journey

2. Needle Write Book “Madhushala” (Needle) - To read a book in front of a mirror, reading then mirror very hard. People asked Piyush to read your mirror imaged books, mirror is necessary, he replied “Yes”. After a lot of thinking an idea stuck into his mind “Why should i not write a book with Needle. Then he started writing “Madhushala”, a book of Harbans Rai Bachchan, father of Amitabh Bachchan, Legend of Indian Cinema, now no need of Mirror. (Mirror image but no need of mirror).

The Mirror Image Man of India: Piyush Goel's Artistic Journey

3. Book “Gitanjali” written with Mehndi Cone (Mehdi Cone) - Piyush always think “DO SOMETHING NEW”, because of this thinking, he make a project and work on it. Whenever he has spare time and bring out the work at the end and this is the result of “Gitanjali” a book of Noble Literate Rabindra Nath Tagore, completed with the help of Mehndi Cone.

The Mirror Image Man of India: Piyush Goel's Artistic Journey

4. Book “Piyush Vani” with the help of Iron Nail (Iron Nail) - Imagination and Creativity brings new things to the world, Piyush started writing “Piyush Vani” one of his own published book, written on A-4 size Aluminium Sheet with the help of “Iron Nail”. (Mirror image but no need of mirror).

The Mirror Image Man of India: Piyush Goel's Artistic Journey

5. Book ‘Panchtantra” with the help of Carbon Paper (Carbon Paper) - Recently Piyush Goel completed “Vishnu Sharma’s” “Panchtantra” 5 tantras, 41 stories with the help of Carbon Paper, on one page both the words (mirror/non mirror) appeared in front and in the reverse. (Mirror image but no need of mirror).

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