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Myself, Er. Atul Kaushal, an enthusiastic master degree-holder biotechnologist (M.Tech in Animal Biotechnology), multi-lingual activist, self-published author on Amazon's Kindle and musician posing with my Squire Fender Stratocaster Electric guitar near my home in NDRI Campus, Karnal, India here for a picture on 17 December 2012, roughly 18 months after my momentous road accident.
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About Me[edit]

I am an earthling with a global attitude firstly, then an Indian. The author of an e-published novel on Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing, a master's degree student in Animal Biotechnology, student-researcher, a musician, and a poet.

My most popular poems can be read at my page Atul Kaushal popular poems.

The 'Angel?' Series is a treat to behold the eyes of a reader and I surely have groomed myself up well as a poet.

My foremost aim is to achieve perfection in whatever I do and set an example for those people who think that they are weak just because of some problems. I will show them how to never give up.

I want to serve as an inspiration for life for those people who have given up on life. I say so because I have fought death and wrestled my life back from its clutches. I want to serve humanity with the inspiration I can impart for life while I live at a constant but diminishing risk of cancer from my serious brain injuries which I sustained from a high-speed road accident on May 7, 2010.

I wrote the (presently only e-)book getting inspired from my real life and putting details from my imagination.

Contents[edit]

The Novel – 7 Seconds: A Typical Teenager, Atypical Life[edit]

7 Seconds: A Typical Teenager, Atypical Life commonly known as 7 Seconds is a 2012 eBook novel by the Indian scholar,[1] poet[2] & author[3] Atul Kaushal. It is an environment-friendly eBook-only novel thanks to repeated rejections by leading publishing houses of India who all failed to recognize the story's potential[4] in the current times. Many fans on the Facebook page[5] have expressed a desire to rather read the hard copy because an ebook, howsoever environment-friendly it may be, does not interest the reader as much as the hardcopy[6]. It's yet to be seen which publisher realizes the script's potential in the long-existing sociological structure of India. Till then it remains only an eBook both on Google Books[1] & Amazon Kindle[7].

Introduction[edit]

Loosely based on Atul's own life in the earlier quarter of the book, it is the story of a boy named Akshant Kautilya Sharma from Mathura who grows up in the loneliness of being a socially unadapted single child of working class Indian parents living in the Mathura Refinery campus. Akshant is an intelligent boy born on 23 December 1990 who is made to swap four schools until he reaches college and as a consequence he fails in nurturing any fast friendship. Akshant carries the hues of a spoilt only child of his parents in his childhood as most of his demands are met because of his being the only issue of his parents. In the middle of the story, this still eBook-only novel bears the ripe flavour of young-adult fiction with poetry imbibed smartly and with relevancy at all the twists and turns of the story. Towards the end the novel, the story convincingly undergoes a transition from a young-adult fiction to a romance novel with considerable poetic indentations.

Theme[edit]

The novel takes the problem of teenage disorientation and romance in a positive way. The protagonist sees many colours within his young-adulthood years and grows up to become a researcher who contributes towards helping solve the global fuel crisis.

Plot[edit]

The novel begins in the year 2025 with a mysterious narrator named Satyaa Guptaa playing with Akshant's children. She then starts rearranging the bits and pieces of Akshant's life, with him narrating the story in a flashback in his emails to Satyaa. In his emails, Akshant tells Satyaa in the first person everything about his childhood and his teenage till he meets her at the college.

Childhood[edit]

Akshant has quite a casual run of the mill childhood like any other only child of their parents would have, the only difference being his hollow loneliness in the Mathura Refinery campus which overshadows the love given by his parents in the nuclear family. His parents are from two different areas of the nation and are finding it difficult to live happily with each other. Akshant's mother, who belonged to Mysore located in Karnataka which is located in south India before her marriage with Akshant's father who belonged to Kurukshetra in Haryana had a very hard time getting adjusted so far away from her hometown. In the absence of many real world friends, young Akshant befriends toys & stories, thereby developing a vivid imagination.

Nomadic School Life[edit]

The first of his school shifts occurs when he makes the transition from Vidya Devi Jindal School to Delhi Public School, Refinery Nagar, Mathura as the old Santa Claus-like principal of Vidya Devi Jindal School was shifting his job to Delhi Public School. Here, young Akshant is first fascinated by a cute Himachali girl named Aniketa whom he fancies for many years even though his schools keep changing.

The next school in the list of Akshant's schools is the good old Kendriya Vidyalaya, Refinery Nagar, Mathura. This school is a smaller school but Akshant feels at home only in this school. It's here that Akshant strikes gold as far as friendship is concerned, also performing brilliantly at studies. The only thing that bothers him in his middle teenage is the unfortunate display of unfaithfulness to the other by one of his parents. To distract him from the mess being created in his parents' lives, Akshant is bought a guitar by his mother after his outstanding results in 10th class CBSE examinations.

But similar situations continue in his parents' lives as the protagonist is in during the time he is trying to cope up with higher secondary and he ends up very distracted. He turns to one more distraction instead. He proposes his first crush and gets rejected. Then Akshant lets a common friend from Delhi Public School named Bhanupriya know about it and she marvels at the fact that he liked Aniketa so much that he never thought about any other girl. She tells him that if someone had proposed Given all this heavy distraction in his familial and personal life, he still manages to pass his +2 examinations. But his AIEEE score & rank is so poor that he ends up choosing biotechnology as his B.Tech stream trying to get along with his girlfriend Bhanupriya in the same college.

College[edit]

But for the college, he ends up in University Institute of Engineering & Technology, at Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak over hundreds of kilometers away from Bhanupriya as she had the AIEEE competitive rank even lesser than Akshant and gets a college near Agra and fault-lines start appearing in the relation despite Akshant's monthly travelling so far to meet her, at times even sneaking out his dad's car. Akshant ignores his B.Tech while composing newer, better songs to compensate for the distance. But nothing helps Akshant persevere the relation and ultimately they break up after the relationship had gotten only over a year old. Devastated, Akshant composes a new song titled "Tu Aaye" which in its opening lyrics means "Whether you come or don't, I'll thrive" and its warm reception by the listeners whenever he plays the song helps him forget Bhanu.

But still embittered by the breakup, true to his colours, Akshant again looks for a distraction and he constructively undertakes social service at the college social service group Selflessness, getting engaged in a project titled Dream that looks after the education of underprivileged children of the labourers working in the building project of the college. Here, he comes across satisfaction quite quickly among the children. Also, the working student head of Dream programme named 'Satyaa' helps him develop positively as a person as she nags him for clearing his degree. Akshant comes across Gurleen who is apparently a better choice than Satyaa.

Accident[edit]

Then his serious road accident happens which is the first turning point in the novel and exit of Gurleen and Satyaa due to which Akshant gets time to look unto his mistakes and the blunder from an outsider's perspective. Helping him improve in this tough period of loneliness is his eventual wife Anamika who helps him realise his mistakes and mend his ways.

He completes his degree and visits Anamika's collegial city in Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu. There, Anamika takes Akshant on a boat ride in the Kodaikanal Lake and she confesses her true feelings for him. On observing Akshant's silence, Anamika taunts his manliness, to which he reacts unexpectedly. He aggressively lunges forward towards Anamika in the boat, sending ripples across the deserted corner of the star-shaped Kodai Lake, only to kiss his consent long and deep inside Anamika's mouth. Now Akshant receives a phone call breaking the romantic kiss. Akshant succeeds in securing an IT-sector job in Noida while being in a live-in relationship with Anamika who works for a national newspaper as a science columnist as her degree is in the history of life.

Marriage Proposal[edit]

Impressed with his ability to bring tremendous improvements in his life, Anamika gives into a wedding proposal by Akshant. Families meet to discuss the matrimony and it's decided that they can marry once Akshant gets a stable government job.

Life Shines[edit]

What ensues is a really bright phase in the novel which sees Akshant tasting real success as he succeeds in getting a job in the Mathura Refinery after appearing in yet another competitive exam.

Climax 1[edit]

Towards the penultimate climax, the novel bears a bright action literature hue when Akshant is travelling to Hamburg for a conference regarding biodiesel. The flight sees a hijack attempt out of which a self-righteous terrorist organization Shuddha Rakht is introduced which violently opposes the caste-based reservation system[8] in India.

On their return to India, Akshant and Anamika are married. Everybody is happy in the end but the author gives the story yet another twist in the end.

Marriage[edit]

True to their word, their respective parents not only approve a matrimony between Anamika & Akshant but they also hold the Hindu Marriage marriage with both North Indian & South Indian traditions. Akshant & Anamika visit Canada for their honeymoon and are really very content with the way life turned out to be fair with them.

Climax 2[edit]

Everything seems to be going alright when on his 28th birth anniversary Akshant receives the good news from his wife Anamika that she is pregnant. Akshant's joy knows no bounds after such a good news delivered from his Anamika. He proceeds in a really jovial mood to his laboratory in the Mathura refinery where unknown to him, a suicide bomber in the guise of his pretty lab assistant awaits his arrival.

What happens in the end, does Akshant succeed in escaping death yet again?

Precise Translation of Tac-Promoter from Wikipedia German article to the Wikipedia English article[edit]

The most significant of my contributions, this article was originally present only on Wikipedia German. Myself Atul Kaushal,[2] a foreign language enthusiast, poet,[3] musician[4] and biotechnologist from India[5] observed this and resolved in his mind that this article must be more importantly on Wikipedia English. I translated it with the help of Google Translate tool while giving few significant additional inputs. As I am a self-published author on Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing;[6] who opted for self-publishing with Kindle Direct Publishing after the Indian publishing industry only refused to publish my script without a so-called security amount,[7] and a hardcore poet on Hello Poetry[8] apart from being a student of Animal Biotechnology at National Dairy Research Institute, I did the job cleanly and as a biotechnology scholar took help from my teachers like Dr. Suneel Kumar Onteru[9][10] and Dr. Manoj Kumar Singh[11][12] to do the job with high precision and justice.

Polymer Sponge Wikipedia article added[edit]

Polymer sponge is a very bright novel field in biomedical sciences and I added the article about it after noticing that an article about it was absent on Wikipedia. It can really help in various conditions such as damaged vertebrae.[13][14]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kaushal, Atul (2015-02-14). 7 Seconds: Typical Guy – Not So Typical Life. Atul Kaushal. 
  2. ^ "Atul Kaushal - The major credit goes to my dad Aniruddha... | Facebook". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2016-02-23. 
  3. ^ "Ar Er Atul Kaushal: Poems". Hello Poetry. Retrieved 2016-02-23. 
  4. ^ "Atul Kaushal". YouTube. Retrieved 2016-02-23. 
  5. ^ "Er. Atul Kaushal | LinkedIn". www.linkedin.com. Retrieved 2016-02-23. 
  6. ^ "Amazon.com: Atul Kaushal: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle". www.amazon.com. Retrieved 2016-02-23. 
  7. ^ "India's publishing industry: a trickier start for e-publishing". UK India Business Council. Retrieved 2016-02-26. 
  8. ^ "Angel? by Ar Er Atul Kaushal". Hello Poetry. Retrieved 2016-03-30. 
  9. ^ rindri. "Dr. Suneel Kumar Onteru". probioticindia.com. Retrieved 2016-02-23. 
  10. ^ Onteru, Suneel. "Profile". NDRI–National Dairy Research Institute (Deemed University). Retrieved 23 February 2016.  |first2= missing |last2= in Authors list (help)
  11. ^ "Dr. M. K. Singh - Google Scholar Citations". scholar.google.co.in. Retrieved 2016-02-23. 
  12. ^ Singh, Dr. Manoj. "Employee Profile". NDRI–National Dairy Research Institute (Deemed University). Retrieved 23 February 2016.  |first2= missing |last2= in Authors list (help)
  13. ^ American Chemical Society (2016-03-14), Spongy Material Helps Repair the Spine, retrieved 2016-03-19 
  14. ^ "Researchers develop a polymer sponge to repair broken backs". Engadget. Retrieved 2016-03-19. 
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