Abhishek Sagar better Known as Technical Sagar is a YouTuber and ethical hacker from Delhi, India. His YouTube technical channel Technical Sagar and his second YouTube channel Sagar Ki Vani and third YouTube Channel Abhishek Sagar and Fourth Gaming Channel TS Gaming are well-known. He currently has 2.73 Million subscribers and 284 Million views on his Main YouTube channel (Technical Sagar). And 443k Subscribers and 26 Million views on his second channel (Sagar Ki Vani). And 180k Subscribers and 6.8 Million views on his third channel (Abhishek Sagar)He developed a 14-day Fast Hacking Course for Beginners. In 2016, he released his second course, Tech Master Hacking Course.[1][2][3]

Early life[edit | edit source]

Sagar began his professional life as a self-taught white hat hacker. He came to popularity after hacking a television show in 2008 with the owner's permission (it was a local TV channel), after which he established his web solutions company with four employees. He now runs a YouTube channel called Technical Sagar as well as a number of online businesses.

Education[edit | edit source]

He received his education at Sunabeda's Aeronautics College, where he obtained his B.COM. His main goal on YouTube is to use his skills and knowledge to assist others.

Internet Career[edit | edit source]

Sagar began his hacking career when he was 14 years old. This all began with a free Airtel chatting portal named "Mobile Campus," after which he began to learn through the Internet. He worked a few odd jobs to get a computer, and it was a difficult time for him. In 2014, he was given the opportunity to write for Canada India Times, an international I magazine, which was his first exposure to people. He started his own web solution business in late 2015, where he provides software solutions, company portals, cybersecurity assistance, and online advertising to a few businesses. Then he wanted to start a YouTube channel, and he only had his Samsung Galaxy J7 with him. Technical Sagar and Sagar ki Vani are two of his popular businesses, and he also has two YouTube channels..

YouTube Career[edit | edit source]

Every day, 2–8 minute long videos are uploaded to Technical Sagar's YouTube channel. Technical Sagar, Sagar's YouTube channel, has over 2.7 million subscribers and 284 million views (as of March 2018). Sagar films his videos for his YouTube channel Technical Sagar with his own camera. His videos were first uploaded to YouTube. Some of his videos, such as Blue Whale Death Game and Start Hacking with Android, have over a million views.

His Gaming Channel TS Gaming has over 50k subscribers and totals of 1.1 million views. Sagar uploads gaming videos there and do live streams.

Controversies[edit | edit source]

He was involved in a controversy with Gaurav Chaudhary popularly known as Technical Guruji. Sagar also uploaded a song video or a diss track titled "Dabbe Wale Guruji" which is private now.[4] He was created 15 minutes video to expose Gaurav. Sagar goes on to speak about how Technical Guruji entered the industry and later didn’t offer any credits to his mentor or inspiration, his professor – Verma Ji, who also used to be a tech blogger. The video goes on to call Technical Guruji “Ehsaan Faramosh”.[5]

Sagar said that nowadays all Tech YouTubers started to create phone review videos and other review videos, he said Tech doesn't limit to only reviews.

External Links[edit | edit source]

Abhishek Sagar | Facebook

Abhishek Sagar | Insragram

Abhishek Sagar | Twitter

Technical Sagar | YouTube

Abhishek Sagar | YouTube

Sagar Ki Vani | YouTube

TS Gaming | YouTube

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