Interview- RAGHAV CHAUHAN

Interview with the Author of the Book “JEEVAN-MANTHAN (A RISE OF INSPIRATIONS)”- RAGHAV CHAUHAN

Interview by Er Pushp –

Raghav Chauhan

He hails from a village of Distt Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh. He is 24 Years old an Indian Writer, Author and 9TMs National and International Book of records. He writes poems, quotes, articles, microtales based on my life’s event and books on many topics such as Social evils, Women empowerment, Sprituality, Inspiration etc. He belongs to a poor family. There were 4 members in his family but now have only 3 members. His father Late Mr Satyapal Singh has expired on 11/08/2021. He was an Indian farmer while his mother Mrs Nisha Devi is a housewife. He has honored by 5 times on national level in literature field. Recently have awarded by National Icon Award 2021. His hobbies are reading holy scriptures, inspirational and self help book. And watching Dr Vivek Bindra Sir, Sandeep Maheshwari Sir and listening music and net suffering. He got some titles such as “Inspiring Soul, Born Achiever, Born upto Fly, Non-stop Achiever, Best Creative Personality and Author, Masterpiece” etc.

Er Pushp:- When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

Raghav Chauhan :-  Actually , I have started to write since 2017 through YourQuote App, which is largest writing platform. So , I begin to write spiritual quotes as I read in  Hindu holy scriptures such as GEETA AND RAMAYANA. So, I shared my thoughts through inking and I found that I get a better response by readers by which I have to enhance my followers and likes on quotes. So, my didi (Sangeeta Vinayak ) comment there that I can become a good writer in future. Thus I have focused on writing and change this hobby into my passion and I feel that one day I ll become a good writer.

Er Pushp:- What can you tell us about your book?

Raghav Chauhan :-My book “Jeevan-Manthan (A rise of inspirations)” is a beautifull combination of spirituality and inspiration. This book is set on a single word “LIFE” and contains 500+ bilingual quotes in a unique way. All quotes have a common word “LIFE” in each sentence. This book is a mindset for inspiration about life and knowing deep secrets about life such as meaning of life, Moral values of life and art of living. Author has studied deeply about life and share his thought through inking. This book has got two title “Longest Quotations Book on Life by International Book of records and Credence book of world record” and also got another title “Maximum bilingual Quotes written on word LIFE by India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records.” This amazing book has published by Flairs and Glairs Publication and available on Amazon.

Er Pushp:- How long does it take you to write a book?

Raghav Chauhan :- This book has taken 3 months to complete. I have started to write this book since October 2020 and has completed till mid December 2021. I suffered a lot of challenges during this journey such as ISBN issue due to poor server of website and communication with Publication team because some members had found positive due to corona. So, these type challenges have to face and delay to launch this book.

Er Pushp:- What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?

Raghav Chauhan :-

I would say that my writing work is interesting and full of creativity, because I am too much interested to do creative activity. So, writing is my passion and I have turned it into creative writing. So, my almost books have written on creative theme.

Er Pushp:- When did you write your first book and how old were you?

Raghav Chauhan :-I was 24 years old, when I write my first book. Before it I have written an ebook which name was “Jeevan-Sudha” Hindi edition in 2020 . it has published by Sahityik Quotes.

Er Pushp:- How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?

Raghav Chauhan :- I have written 5 books till now in which “Jeevan-Manthan” is my favourite. Because it is amazing combination of Sprituality and inspiration. So, this book is best inspirational and self help book to understand true meaning about life.  

Er Pushp:- Do you hear from your readers much? What kind of things do they say?

Raghav Chauhan :-  Yes, I heard a positive feedback to take my book and they praise about my effort. My readers says that this book is a best inspirational book and will help to clear myths about life.

Er Pushp:- What do you like to do when you are not writing?

Raghav Chauhan :- Almost I writes but when I not write I record my writing through my voice, because I am a podcaste artist too. My poems have been featuring on many audio platform day by day. So, I share my writing on audio podcaste.

Er Pushp:- What is your work schedule like when you are writing?

Raghav Chauhan :- I work honestly as it is any type does not matter. So, when I do writing work, I give my 100 % to do best and getting a best output. I be sincere during writing and confidential too. When I take any task , so I not stop until I not complete it.

Er Pushp:- Do you have any suggestions to help me become a better writer, if so, what are they?

Raghav Chauhan :-

There are three things to become a better in any field . its not for any particular field. These three things are Mentors, Self motivation and Vision.

So, in my life My parents, My Didi  and my True love “Doremon” are best mentor who always appreciate me and my work.

My poem “Jajba” is self motivation which always remind my past and never sit down me.And My vision is I ll not stop until not become glory of my nation by which inspire to others.

Er Pushp:- To whom you want to dedicate your book?

Raghav Chauhan :-

My all work is dedicated to my true love Doremon. Because she inspired me to do different in carrier by which I could get an unique identity and get a chance to receive a huge honour.

She lives always in my heart as my soulmate.

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Interview- Plinio González P

Interview with the Author of the Book “The Arcanum Gene: Kidnappings”- Plinio González P

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Plinio González P

Plinio González P:-He likes to play soccer, run and go to the beach. He is married and has two kids. He thinks he is a normal person with a lot of imagination, He is the man who writes for fun.

Er Pushp:- When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

Plinio González P:- Since I was little I always thought about writing a book. It was something that caught my attention but I hadn’t had a chance to actually do it. Incredible as it may seem, in the covid-19 pandemic I managed to complete that dream and launch my first book.

Er Pushp:- What can you tell us about your book?

Plinio González P:-Well this is an interesting plot about two bloodlines. From the beginning of humanity one of the bloodlines became hidden. As the years passed, those two bloodlines became secret societies that constantly try to dominate the world. Currently something has changed and one of those companies is kidnapping women with no apparent relationship, that is where the FBI and a specialist group from London called CIL must begin to investigate. With the passage of investigations, they discover that the matter is more complicated than they thought and that anyone could be involved, including one of them.

Er Pushp:- How long does it take you to write a book?

Plinio González P:- Well, maybe I have a lot of imagination, but I was able to do it in a month.

Er Pushp:- What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?

Plinio González P:- I try to make my plot like a movie, I try to be there with a movie camera that captures everything about the situation. I do every scene in my head and try to put it in the book. lots of action, suspense with twists, everyone can be involved, that’s my style.

Er Pushp:- When did you write your first book and how old were you?

Plinio González P:- Last year I was 34 years old, and now with 35 I am working on my second book.

Er Pushp:- How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?

Plinio González P:- By now, two books, and firstone The Arcakum Gene is my favorite

Er Pushp:- Do you hear from your readers much? What kind of things do they say?

Plinio González P:- Readers are very, very special, everyone has a different opinion. Some of them are crazy about my plot and contact me for a second part. Others think it’s a good plot, but maybe it has to be better, but most say it’s a good thriller and want the second part.

Er Pushp:- What do you like to do when you are not writing?

Plinio González P:-I work as a telecommunications engineer, so I am quite busy. Writing has become my hobby and it is something that I like and I want to continue doing it. I want to share my stories to entertain others.

Er Pushp:- What is your work schedule like when you are writing?

Plinio González P:- I can only write at 5 am, I am one of those people who get up very early, whether I want to or not, so it is at that time that I start writing my plots.

Er Pushp:- Do you have any suggestions to help me become a better writer, if so, what are they?

Plinio González P:- Try to write every day, do not be afraid of the opinion of others. You could be better if you keep practicing. Those people who don’t like your stories should think of them as inspiration to keep improving, but in the end the most important thing is that you like the story.

Er Pushp:- To whom you want to dedicate your book?

Plinio González P:-My first book was dedicated to my wife, I love her. She is amazing I with her I can do every thing in my life. My second book is for my family, my mom, my sister, grand mother, all my family specialy for my dad RIP 2010.

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Ice-cold Neeraj Chopra turns Olympic legend with India’s first athletics gold

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Neeraj Chopra’s javelin flew out of his hand, disappeared into the bright lights of Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium and landed in the realm of legend.

With his second throw in the final of the men’s javelin throw competition, Chopra (23) managed a distance of 87.58m. It was a huge throw, in so many ways. It was more than enough to win gold but also made Chopra the first Olympic champion for India in a track and field event and only the second individual gold for any Indian.

How Aditi Ashok, World No. 200, got a nation to wake up at 5 a.m. and watch golf

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or three days, an Indian girl in a quiet corner of the Tokyo suburbs had been raising the roof. As she gritted through the fourth day, sports fans in India – and NRIs and PIOs across the world – tuned in to watch at 5 a.m., refreshing leaderboard scores, looking up birdies and bogeys, and, for five hours, wondering what bunker they’d been holed up in.

Aditi Ashok, 23 years old and ranked 200 in the world, fought a stacked field before missing a birdie and slipping out of medal contention in the final couple of holes. India at the Olympics and torturous fourth-place finishes are a recurrent, scarred theme. Ashok now finds a place on it. But for an Indian golfer getting this close to the medals, she already sunk a putt into history.

Dominant Bajrang Punia cements his legendary status in six minutes.

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Bajrang Punia, named after the patron deity of Indian kushti, wrote his own name into wrestling lore winning a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics.

Fighting on a knee that he had injured just a month ago, the 27-year-old beat Kazakhstan’s Daulet Niyazbekov in the bronze medal playoff of the 65kg wrestling category at the Makuhari Messe wrestling arena.

‘Betiyaan’ to badasses: How the hockey team became the team we love – and the women they wanted to be

As the Indian women’s hockey team lifted their game and soared at the Tokyo Olympics, news television slathered our screens with visuals of the beat-up villages, faded towns and modest homes that the players belong to. The cameras piled into their homes, where delighted but slightly harassed families were trapped under the spotlights, distributing soundbites and sweets.

Star of Two Individual Olympic Medal….

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“You are a star in India now,” Sindhu grinned, turning to look at Park. “Who, me?” he gasped and covered his mouth in dramatic effect, at the news.

“It’s a first for me as coach that my player has got an Olympic medal,” he said, “When I started coaching Sindhu, she was already a big star. I felt a little bit of pressure. I told myself then, ‘I can try to make Sindhu a gold medalist’. We failed. But I think a bronze is a very, very big…” he pauses to search for the right word. “Medal,” Sindhu offered with a helpful smile.

Priya Malik wins gold medal at 2021 World Cadet Wrestling Championship

Priya Malik (Source:- espn.in)

Indian Wrestler Priya Malik has won a Gold Medal at the 2021 World Cadet Wrestling Championship. The happy news comes just a day after Mirabai Chanu won silver yesterday at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics.

A few people mistook Priya Malik for winning gold at the Olympics 2021, but Priya has made a name for herself in another event that is going on in Budapest, Hungary.

Our celebs took to social media to celebrate this proud moment.

The sabre-rattler: Bhavani Devi looks to make her mark as India debut in fencing

Name:- Bhavani Devi (Souce:- espn.in)

“In the beginning, at the international events no one would care about my presence,” says Bhavani, currently ranked 42 in the world. “They had tougher opponents from Russia, Italy and France to worry about. I was the only Indian at major competitions so it came off as unusual to most, and I always travelled alone most of my career. Often people would come up to me and ask how I was managing on my own. They looked at me in a pathetic sort of way…perhaps that’s the right expression… I really didn’t like being seen that way and wanted to be looked at as a normal fencer.