This Indian Teenager Died For 52 Seconds And This Is What He Described It As 

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This Indian Teenager Died For 52 Seconds And This Is What He Described It As 
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"Death is the wish of some, relief of many but end of all."

Would you agree with me when I quote this saying? End of all? Erm... 

Recently, while answering a Quora question, I came across a user who shared his frightening experience with death. Yes, death. Mind you, now he is alive, and his weird yet spine-chilling anecdote shocked the wits out of me. There have been various questions that come into our mind, and we try to seek their answers. 

Numerous tales have been surfaced on the internet, but I have got the most striking one here for you. (NOTE: The image used in the cover image is for depiction purpose only)

This is what the teenager has to say... 

This is what the teenager has to say... 

"I have been dead for 52 seconds on the Operation Table and then again when I was in the ICU I slipped into a coma. This happened in 2012 when a truck crushed me under its 12 wheels."

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The unfortunate accident... 

The unfortunate accident... 
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"I still remember that as I inched closer to the huge gap that is between the first 4 wheels and the last 6 wheels of a long trailer truck, my brain was in the process of diluting the colours from the world. I could see everything was turning black and white, as my body was preparing itself to take the blow."

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This is his picture when he was recovering from the accident.

This is his picture when he was recovering from the accident.

Dev Sengupta is the innocent soul, who took to Quora and answered the question:

What will happen at the time of death?

To which, Dev's answer was: "I know what others have told you, but at that moment when I was dead I saw my recently deceased grandmother who was patting me on my temples. Everything was in black and white. Nothing except my eyes were moving so she started patting harder and called out my name, she kept calling and calling and calling until I decided I would put my entire might to answer her."

When he was at the threshold of life and death.

When he was at the threshold of life and death.
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"I opened my mouth, and gasped, struggling for air. My grandmother looked at me and smiled. And then I came back to the real world and subconsciously felt the cold operating table and blaring AC inside the Theatre. Maybe she had appeared before me to push back my spirit in my body so that I could live again."

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Dev thinks that his grandmother saved him.

Dev thinks that his grandmother saved him.
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After getting into a coma, this is what he experienced: "It was then when I saw that my brain was playing back everything it had recorded for the 18 years I had lived in the first person. However, I found out I can switch to the third person on my will. So, I saw my own birth, my first day at school, my first fight at 3 years of age, my first song that I sang at 4 years of age, things that I normally didn't remember. I also saw myself slipping into a coma."

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When he was in the hospital he experienced this...

When he was in the hospital he experienced this...
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"Everything was okay at first, but then the playback in my brain went into an infinite loop when the order of events reached my accident. It was repeatedly showing me what happened in those brief 2 seconds when my body had shut itself down and everything went black. The eyes and the brain were still recording the events it seems. And it was an unending loop."

This is what he dreamt of...

This is what he dreamt of...
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"In my dream, I saw my grandmother and I was swinging in the playground when I was 4. I remember she swung so hard that it threw me off balance and I hurtled towards the ground, from a height of 5 feet. It was that falling sensation that saved me by waking me up. Again my grandmother's memories had saved me."

He quickly recovered after the dream.

He quickly recovered after the dream.
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Dev still thinks that the love and blessings of his grandmother pushed his body to recover and be back on track. 

Source 

He shared what his personal experience was. If his story moved you too, share it with others. 

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