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Parul Mittal (maiden name Parul Agarwal) is the author of a national bestseller novel “Heartbreaks & Dreams! – The Girls @ IIT”. Her second book “Arranged Love” captured the hearts of Indian youth. Let's Have Coffee is her third novel and promises to be a humorous and fun light read.

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Hi Parul,
Just finished reading your book. liked it. would definitely recommend to others.

Vineel Gattu

ps:A small thing in the book which sticks out like a sore thumb = comparing silver to gramophone in the era of ipods. (ipods were nt there in 95 :-)

Dear Parul,
Finished reading Heartbreaks and Dreams yesterday.The story is really good. I just loved it.

I cannot think about any part of the book which went sluggish for a single moment. The whole story is so gripping. What I liked most about the book is that it has a very positive vibe which gives a feel good sense. The gradual transformation of Tanu from being a shy, timid and docile girl to such an ambitious, strong and confident girl and her whole metamorphosis in the end is so good. I think every girl can relate herself to Tanu, the way she wants to be independent and her desire to do something for her parents as well as to make a niche for herself is really commendable. Especially the line where she asks Puja if she really does not want to bring her first salary to her parents really touched me.
Frienship among Tanu, Puja,Divya and Charu made me miss my friends even more. For me this book took me back to my college days.The other characters were equally good in their own space.

Now, something little about me. I live in Kolkata and I am a lecturer.


I feel a strange sense of happiness as well as a nagging sense of pain
and loss as I put down this book. Loss, perhaps because I, like Tanu
and most others, have let go of love for what I thought were my lofty
career requirements. I have since, figure out that it was a false
choice. There was nothing to choose, I could have kept both, but I was
so paranoid about making the right choice that I imagined a dilemma
where there was none.

Sreejiraj Eluvangal
Special Correspondent,

Once you start reading this book just can't leave it
in between.It seems to be more factual than fiction.
Enjoyed every bit of it.will wait for the second book of
the same author.

All the Best for future books.

Madhu Garg

Dear Mam,

I just happened to go through your book and I would like to congratulate you for the book, "Heartbreakes & Dreams! The Girls @IIT". Actually it is a very unique concept which you came up with.
I was surprised to see a book about girls @ IIT from the perspective of another IIT alumni. Really it is comendable job.

Well I am currently a student of IIT Delhi and also a budding writer. As you know the IIT Delhi culture very well, there are various opportunities for people to write. One such opportunity came my way and it turned out fruitful with my book.
It was just out of curiosity that I got to know about your book, so I thought I should introduce my book to you too (manish-chauhan-rock-bee)

Thanks and Regards
Manish Chauhan
Design of Mechanical Equipment
Mechanical Engineering
IIT Delhi


Eagerly waiting for the book to arrive.....

Good luck!

Dear Parul,

Heartiest congratulations on your first book launch, I am sure more to follow in future. I have ordered a copy, will definitely share my constructive feedback with you. In fact, I am also encouraged to start writing (I have some topic in mind).

Keep up the good work.

See you.
Rachna Mittal

Hi Parul,
We can have auto-biographed copy of heartbreak at flipkart.
(Though we have sold quite a few)
Let me know, if you are interested


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