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Anuj Tiwari is India’s most popular writer of inspirational stories and author of bestselling novels—Journey of Two Hearts, It Had to Be You and It’s Not Right…but It’s Okay. He is a motivational speaker and an IT professional. His books are based on real life incidents that he has come across over the years. He gives guest lectures at various colleges and universities. He is based in Mumbai, India.
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Prologue:Every relationship has its cycle. It starts with a meeting. You meet someone, and then you want to meet that person more. Later, one day, you realize that you are in love with that person. You count that person in everything and start making plans for the future. You anticipate their calls, want to hear their voice and want to feel their touch. You start liking their idiosyncrasies and quirks. Falling in love with someone is the best thing that happens to you and one of the best feelings in the world. You just go with the flow of emotions. You just follow wherever it takes you. That is why we say, ‘we fall in love.’ In the journey of love, you reach a point where you think that the person is the right one for you. When you are in love, you feel you are being swept off your feet. Imagine the expression. You are just there—standing, doing nothing and then some day, SOMETHING happens to you. Falling in love with someone is an impulsive and spontaneous feeling. However, what is more important is what happens after that. You never think about it. But, after a few months, or years, of being together, the ecstasy and excitement of love fade. That is quite natural and happens in EVERY relationship. Everything happens very slowly, but this time, you are on the other side. Gradually, those phone calls, which you used to wait for eagerly, become a bother or duty to answer. Touch, which used to make you shiver, now becomes irritable. It does not excite you as it did earlier. Moreover, the idiosyncrasies and quirks, which you always appreciated and accepted in all forms, start grating and bothering you so much that it feels like a knife slicing through your head. When you start noticing the changes in your relationship— how it was initially and how it is now—you find a big and stagy difference. You start seeing the relationship as a ‘burden’ that you keep dragging. Your partner and you start asking yourselves, ‘Am I the right person to be loved?’ On the other hand, most importantly, a question flicks into your mind, ‘Am I with the right person?’ We are all humans, and share a similar nature. You may wish or desire to feel the same love you had with someone else. That is the time when most breakups happen. Family consent and caste difference just become excuses to break away from that relationship. Most of the time, people say that they are not happy— they blame their partners and look for happiness in others—and end up having extramarital affairs. Infidelity is very common in relationships these days. A few people may end up finding someone better outside their relationship but the truth and the reality of this dilemma lie within the relationship, NOT outside. There is no rule that you cannot fall in love with someone else, that is also natural. You feel the same or even better than your previous relationship. But this is temporary. Years later, you will find yourself in a similar situation and start feeling miserable once again. You will realize it was all an illusion, but by then it would be too late, and you may have already ruined too many things. So instead of finding the answer to, ‘Am I with the right person?’, you should try to understand that a successful and lifelong relationship is not about finding the right person, but about learning to love the person you have already found. That is not easy, by the way. Successful relationships are not really spontaneous and impulsive experiences. You have to put effort, work on it each day. They are just like the giant trees with deep roots, as much time and work go into growing them. They aren’t like the small plants, weak and timid. A sustaining love takes time, effort and energy. You should not see it as a liability or an asset, but you should know what you have to do to make it work and where you have to take this relationship. MAKE NO MISTAKES ABOUT IT. Loving someone is not tough, but the real challenge is to be with that person forever, with happiness and faith. That is important. Love is neither an illusion nor a mystery. It is just like the few basics of your favourite subject. If you know how to apply them, you start getting the results—the expected positive results that you wish for. Therefore, love is a decision, not just a feeling. Maybe God determines who walks into our life. However, it is up to us to decide who we let walk away, who we let stay and who we refuse to let go! India's most popular storyteller of true stories takes you on another inspirational rollercoaster with his scintillating new book that will inspire many to look at the sunny side of life when faced with darkness.
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The story is about the life of 4 friends Arjun, Adrika, Anushka and Ved. Anushka alone was a year senior while the other three studied together. The story talks in a very subtle way as to what transpires in their life which includes Love, Relationship, Friendship among others.
What I liked the most is the way author has described the story line which was clear and crisp which would catch your attention from the beginning till the end. The disappointments faced both by Arjun and Adrika makes them emerge stronger later. Initially I thought Arjun had a crush over Adrika but later I realised it was incorrect. On the other hand, he had crush on Anushka.
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Read the story which is a complete different plot (which I can certainly vouch after having read few hundreds of novels). I liked it. I am sure, as a reader, you would like it for sure as well....
So.. If you want to travel with him in this beautiful journey then don't wait for anyone.. Just order and read... I promise you will never get disappointed...😊😊😊
The character of Dimpy aunty is of special mention. Life will be a blessing for everyone if there is a person like dimpy aunty in life.My respect for her has increased profoundly!!
Out of all 4 books, this book has hit me right in the spot!! Thanks for the mesmerising book Mr. Anuj Tiwari!!
Hope it makes a terrific hit!!
Juz completed reading "I tagged her in my heart".. Wen I started reading I felt lik " oh...Tis s gng 2 b another story Whr boy meets a girl.. Girl meets d boy fall n love nd later things get worse hav a heartbreak nd either of them gng through depression nd recovering from it" but I was completely wrong nd my apologize for it .. Tis was completely different yet simple..I juz loved dimpy Aunty.. Im one of his follower..nd hav always seen him pulling her legs.. But nvr knew d kind of bond he had wit her.. She s simple yet amazing.. She s juz 16 by heart..though her ideas r crazy she such a Darling lady.. I felt lik I knew her for long nd I started loving her..She s totally amazing!! Nd of course I'm must say abt adrika here.. Tis girl has got such positivity nd energy.. Juz loved her speech portion at the end of the book.. Tat was really an eye opener.. Loved her father's ideology towards life.. It inspired me a lot.. It gav me another perception towards life.. Above all it's anuj's writing.. I hav read all his other three books.. Yet tis s vry much close 2 my heart.. Its not juz abt how he improved his writing .. I'm not gng 2 talk abt tat.. Bcoz everyone has got their own way of writing.. Its something much more thr n tis tat lacked n other three may b tats dimpy Aunty's presence.. Her craziness nd lame jokes.. Pulling each other's leg.. Sarcastic jokes.. Her kind of crazy ideas.. I loved it..shud not forget abt ved nd Anushka.. Everyone needs a ppl lik them who stand by through thick nd thin.. They r d real frnds for life.. Over all I juz love tis.. This s my favourite among all the four..
"I was completely absorbed in your piece that I could not even realize when the day ended".
Really inspiring one... let it be friendship, bro- sis bonding, relationship, hard work, sufferings, success whatever each and everything or situation was so real to connect , touchy, inspiring and shows true colour of life. The best part from begining to end is “Dimpy aunty” .We all need such a lovely aunt .😍👍
Thanx Anuj Tiwari for such a piece of reading..... I tagged you in my 💝😄
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