- Reading level: 18+ years
- Paperback: 160 pages
- Publisher: Omji Publishing House Private Limited (1 February 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8192851869
- ISBN-13: 978-8192851860
- Package Dimensions: 19.6 x 12.8 x 1.4 cm
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,84,617 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Girls Hostel: Unspoken Memories Paperback – 1 Feb 2014
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About the Author
Deepanshu Saini is a Delhi - born author. He completed his Engineering degree from Kurukshetra University and works with Tata Power. Chasing his passions from his schooldays, Deepanshu was involved in stage plays, choreography and drawing during his college days, before he found and pursued his true interest in writing. He is a widely published and followed author, especially in the Indian adult - fiction scene. Vinita Gupta is the co - author of the book. She is also a Delhi girl who graduated from Delhi University. This is her debut novel.
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Top customer reviews
To begin with this book took me to the nostalgic ride of my hostel days from maggie parties to warden's never ending lectures,From Crazy birthday parties to Mad typical Bollywood dances, from hot gossip sessions about wardens bitching,affairs, Lesbianism,girly talks to scary bed times or "bloody marry stories" , From Protected shell of parents to this Smoking/alcoholic phase ,from hating the first day at hostel to crying on the last day of hostel ...this book is a sentimental journey..
Liked the most :-
-: The "shouldn't list" which Shruti was taught since her childhood was beautifully explained in the book,being a value girl from a small town i could easily related to some of those like no being friends with males,wear proper clothes blah blah..
:-Thanks for showing both aspects of Ragging i.e "Good ragging" and "bad ragging" i can say that part was described pretty well
:-Where whole world is following an Indian culture, our youth is getting attracted to Western culture,i see todays youth running behind glamour,charm of fashion,physical attraction and lusty love , they are not aware that is western culture is getting injecting to every nerve of youth like a slow poison.
:-Celebrations of festivals at hostel being holi with some vodka inside,tearing clothes to Blasting in front of warden's room on Diwali to stupidity of keeping Karva-chath for so called "not so sure hubby" was mind-blowing expressed
:-Judging girls on the basics of their bf's count,revealing clothes,sex charts is very common during hostel life specially wen its a "Girls hostel with big mouths" , This gave me a huge grin rewinding all those crazy stuff..
:- Essence of Friendship was beautifully maintained till the end ..
:-Though story reached my heart but there were some points which were a bit confusing and were stretched to some extent
:- Im not being any Grammar Nazi But there were few grammatical errors..
:-Life has many things to teach us being love,friendship or relationship sometimes sweet sometimes sour all u can do is cherish it to the fullest because time goes on life goes on the only things that will remain with u forever is "memories"..
P.S :-Recommended to every youth as this will rewind all your beautiful memories of collage and school life..
Komal Priyani ❤️
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