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City born writer’s novel gets entry into Limca Book of Records

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Jamshedpur : Writer Ajitabh Bose, born and brought up in Jamshedpur has added another feather in his cap by receiving Limca Book of Records approval for his book the Pocket Love Story. He moved to Delhi in the year 2010 for higher education.

The Pocket Love Story is short love story which will make you relive your college days. It revolves around the lives of Ramachandra and Tani, where Ramachandra falls in love with Tani but it isn’t the same with her. She doesn’t like him at all.

Gradually they become friends and enjoy each other’s company. To know more read “The Pocket Love Story”. It is probably the smallest love story book in India. Limca Book Of Records and India Book of Records are yet to confirm this.

“I don’t have an idol as such but I love reading Ravinder Singh’s book. I like reading love stories and I guess he is best in the nation when it comes writing love stories.

He has a very unique way to depict emotions and love in his writing. Apart from this, I also follow Agatha Christie, El James, Sudeep Nagarkar, Durjoy Dutta and Chetan Bhagat.

My favorite writers are Ravinder Singh and Sudeep Nagarkar. I have earlier mentioned, I prefer reading love stories. My favorite books are I Too had A love Story, Can love Happen Twice, It started With A Friend Request and 2 States.

I Too had A love Story is my favorite among the list” he said.

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