Mirror Image Writing is Right to Left

    Know what is mirror writing and how is it done. Further know about mirror writing books published by author.             
What is mirror writing? 

Mirror writing is a unique approach of writing words and letters laterally inverted, so that if the text is shown to the mirror, it looks normal.


It is tickling to note how kids are able to do mirror writing effortlessly at a young age. For instance kids can sign their name both in the regular fashion as well as in mirror image. Don't you believe? In fact it has been explained by psychologists. 


First, the myth to be busted is that mirror writing is associated with slow intellectual development. It's not! Rather, it can be taken as a stage between correct writing and no writing, while kids first learn writing, the development of motor-neuro coordination happens. What is being argued is the kids learn general shape of the letters more rapidly than directionally putting the letter together to form words. Therefore, mirror writing is an act of generalisation for kids that when they write it in one order, they tend to write in reverse too.  

So, does it mean only kids write in mirror image? Not at all. It holds a little truth too that left-handers are better mirror-image writers. So, not only the people with unique neural connections, but it can be slowly learnt over time.


Also mirror image writing doesn't ensure that the writer will be a good mirror image reader although the involuntary mirror writing, as an inherited trait, can be the basis of perception.  


So, does a healthy, normal mirror writing practitioner perceive the world differently? Not really. Like how the confusion that arises in a child's mind due to our directional approach of writing, is helpful to them in the mirror writing; in nature mirror writing is just the two faces of the same coin. It can be efficiently be considered equivalent.

About Mirror Writing

Leonardo da Vinci wrote most of his personal notes in mirror, using standard writing if he intended his texts to be read by others. The purpose of this practice by Leonardo remains unknown, though several possible reasons have been suggested. For example, writing left handed from left to right would have been messy because the ink just put down would smear as his hand moved across it. Writing in reverse would prevent such smudging. An alternative theory is that the process of rotating the linguistic object in memory before setting it to paper, and rotating it before reading it back, is a method of reinforcement learning. From this theory, it follows that the use of boustrophedonic writing, especially in public codes, may be to render better recall of the text in the reader.


Pictorial texts, also known as calligrams arranged in mirror symmetry, were popular in the Ottoman Empire during the 18th and 19th centuries among the Bektashi order, where it often carried mystical associations. The origins of this mirror writing tradition may date to pre-Islamic rock inscriptions of the western Arabian Peninsula. A recent study has revealed that the oldest examples of mirror writing in Greece traces the early appearance of mirror inscriptions to Late Antiquity, specifically to Syria-Palestine, Egypt, and Constantinople.                                            

Piyush Goel Mirror Image Writing Work             

He has written seventeen books in Mirror Image with hand and with different objects Like Pen, Needle, Iron Nail, Carbon Paper,  Mehandi Cone, Wooden Pen on Magic Sheet ,Fluid Pen, Fabric Cone Liner and With Gum & Glue and hope these are the books rare in itself. We can say “World First Books written with different Objects and written with Hand”.


1. Shreemad Bhagvad Geeta written using Pen.


2. Madhushala, written using needle. 

Full caption - To read a book in front of a mirror is very hard. After completing writing with pen, I started writing a book with Needle. That book was Madhushala, a book on Harbans Rai Bachchan. 


3. Geetanjali written with Mehndi Cone (Heena).

Full caption - I always think of doing something new. So I decided to write a book with Mehndi. This time I wrote Rabindra Nath Tagore’s Geetanjali.


4. PiyushVani” is my own book written on Aluminum Sheet.

Full caption - After writing Shreemad Bhagvad Geeta, Madhushala and Geetanjali I started writing PiyushVani. Written on A-4 size Aluminium Sheet with the help of “Iron Nail”. It’s Mirror image but without mirror it can be read like Brail with fingertips). 


5. Panchtantra using Carbon Paper.

Full caption – Recently I finished writing “Vishnu Sharma’s Panchatantra. It consist of 41 stories on Carbon Paper. It can be read both ways mirror or like normal book from the other side.


How Many books written in Mirror Image with different Objects

From 2003 to 2022 the author has completed 17 Spiritual and World Fame Books with his own hands in Mirror Image in Different Ways.

  • Shreemad Bhagvad Gita in Hindi Language.
  • Shreemad Bhagvad Gita in English Language.
  • Shree Durga Saptsatti in Sanskrit Language.
  • Shree Sai Satcharitra in Hindi Language.
  • Shree Sai Satcharitra in English Language.
  • Sunder Kand (2 times).
  • Shree Ram Charit Manas (only Doha, Sorte and Chaupai).
  • Madhushala of Late Harbans Rai Bachchan.
  • Gitanjali of Rabindra Nath Tagore.
  • Piyush Vani of Piyush Goel on Aluminium Sheet.
  • Piyush Vani of Piyush Goel on Transparent Sheet.
  • Panchtantra of Vishnu Sharma on A-4 White Paper.
  • Meri 51 Kavitain of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee on Magic Sheet with the help of Wooden Pen.
  • Chankya Niti.                                                                                
  • Piyush Vaani with Gum and Glue.                                  
  • GaneshStortam with Fluid Pen.                                        

Author Piyush Goel has done Diploma in Mechanical Engineering and Material Management, Diploma in Vastu Shastra Creative. He is known as the “Mirror Image Man of India” and has completed 17 books in Mirror Image with different Objects and Writer of World First hand write Needle Book Madhushala, Cartoonist and Local Cricket Umpire. Three Mathematics Papers have been published in International Research Journal. He is now writing short stories for Hindi and English Magazines. Soon 4 or 5 books by him shall be published. Recently his book Sochna to Padega hi, a book of 110 Motivational Thoughts was translated into five languages and would soon be published in eleven more languages

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