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Some snap shots from Delhi, Gurgaon and Jaipur.

This is a photo post.

 I have just got back from my book launches in Delhi, Gurgaon and Jaipur and here are snapshots from my trip. (The book launches went off fabulously well and I had a great time!)


With Sachin Garg, Nikita Singh and Vinita Dawra Nangia

 Vinita liked my book! Yay!



Had a really good time with Nikita Singh!

Sachin always makes me feel on top of the world! :)




With Anuja Chauhan! :)



With Mita Kapur of Siyahi at Crossword Jaipur. Mita had some wonderful things to say about my book!





Got treated Rajashtani style..Loved it!

Anuj, my very gracious host! I am so going back to Jaipur, and this time with my family. I totally fell in love with the place.
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  1. Great snaps!Loved it :)

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  2. It was great to have you here in Jaipur. You are always welcome back.

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    1. Thanks Atul. I did feel very special :)

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  3. as usually....beautiful...

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  4. Great pics, u look lovely!

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  5. It shows that u had a fantastic time. Awesome. Rajasthan is high up on my yo do list. Jaipur n Udaipur very soon. :)

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    1. Yes Shvetha--worth doing. It is so so so beautiful!

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  6. It shows that u had a fantastic time. Awesome. Rajasthan is high up on my yo do list. Jaipur n Udaipur very soon. :)

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  7. Awesome Range of collections. But still I'm waiting to see you mam,as one of my goal in life. I don't know when it will happen.

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  8. I have really enjoyed reading your novels. Also it is good to see your snaps at the various book launches in the major cities of India. I guess this is the result of all the years of hard work put in by you. Keep it up !!!

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  9. Lovely snaps mam, when are you coming to vadodara. ....

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  10. Absolutely stunning snaps! :)

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  11. Awesome pics!!!
    My bad I missed it, I am a Jaipurite and was waiting to meet you but dang! I am currently in Bangalore... :(

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