This man inspires us to find what makes us different and forge ahead in pursuit of excellence
In this world full of astounding talents and abilities, the art of calligraphers and ambidextrous writers never fails to surprise us. The latest addition to this list of gifted individuals is Jaipur's Vishesh Golya, who can write Hindi and Sanskrit in reverse, from right to left. A business analyst by profession, Golya has been conferred with multiple awards and accolades for his quintessential expertise, which is very difficult to replicate!
Bhagavad Gita, Hanuman Chalisa & Shikshapatri written in reverse
Hindi and Sanskrit, two of the most known languages in the country are written in Devnagari and Brahmic scripts from left to right. Twisting the usual technique, Golya has mastered the ability of reverse writing in these languages. While this method of Persian and Arabic script-writing intrigues those who are not adroit with this skill, Golya's special capability is something that can definitely stun you! Besides this, the talented individual writes beautifully in the standard format too.
As per reports, he has written Bhagavad Gita, Hanuman Chalisa and Shikshapatri in the reverse direction. Reportedly, he is taken up former President APJ Abdul Kalam's autobiography for his new project. He is currently working on the Hindi version of the book, titled Agni ki Udaan. Further, Golya plans to write Sankspit Ramayana in the future.
In recognition of extraordinary skills and interests, Golya has been honoured and appreciated at various social events in the city. While we are often clouded by insecurities in our attempts to display our flares, this man inspires us to find what makes us different and forge ahead in pursuit of excellence!