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I Too Had A Love Story

‘In his book, Singh has beautifully portrayed various emotions of life and love, its trials and tribulations, victory and defeat’

-The Indian Express

The past tense in the title is intriguing, as is the dedication: “To the loving memory of the girl whom I loved, yet could not marry.” Ravinder’s narrative is compelling, his emotions reflect a felt experience, and the denouement is touching. His tribute to the girl he loved will touch many a heart’

-The Tribune

‘Ravinder’s debut novel promises to strike a chord with the readers. While this poignant tale might not make you smile at the end, it will strengthen your belief in the fact that love stories are eternal” -The Times of India

‘The story is poignant and also real. Full credit goes to the writer, Ravinder Singh, who keeps the story. focused. Everything is real in the book.

The people, places and especially how they interact with one another.

The book narrates a very important chapter in Ravin’s life, but not without the message that the show must go on’ -Metro News

They say, don’t cry because it’s over but instead smile because it happened. This inherent hope and optimarem is what this book embodies.

As we accompany Ravin on his journey to find happiness, we go through a range of emotions.

From initial excitement to elation, from contentment to anticipation, despair to devastation, and finally a sense of resurrection, we see it all through Ravin’s eyes.

I Too Had a Love Story is a simple story of love, about trysts of destiny that make up life as we know it.

I commend Ravin on having the courage to share something so personal with the world.” -Anupam Mittal, CMD, and founder, Shaadi.com

“Simple, honest, and touching’

-N.R. Narayana Murthy


Three weeks later. I was in my office, just like on any other weekday. I was checking out the photos that MP had shot of us all, during the reunion trip.

He emailed them to us and while I was looking at them, in my Yahoo! inbox, I noticed an ad flashing in the top-left corner.

It was an ad for a matrimonial site-Shaadi.com with a beautiful girl, smiling and looking for her perfect match.

Recalling our reunion discussion, I clicked the hyperlink on this ad, which took me to the website. With the default filters enabled, I clicked the search button and, in no time, I was on the result page with many feminine pics.

Wow! Some among them were damn pretty, and I wanted to check them all out. But before I could visit the sixth one, I was prompted to register at the website, without which I couldn’t browse through more profiles.

The trailer was over and to watch the whole movie you had to register yourself.

‘I didn’t have much work that day, so I thought I’d register myself and create my profile on the site.’ This is what I kept saying to Happy, Amardeep, and MP.

Whereas, it was actually the other way round. Those pretty faces on the results page forced me to make time in my hectic schedule which involved project delivery to a client, the very next day.

Someone rightly said, ‘Three things-wealth, women, and…’ (I always forget the third one) *… can make anything happen in this world.’

So, finally, my profile was on the website. I uploaded a nice photograph and unchecked any checkbox which asked to hide my whereabouts from girls who might be searching for me.

I did not forget to mention my professional trips to the US and Europe either. After an hour or so, I was all set to check out those pretty faces again.

I set my filters to check out all the Punjabi girls on the website and hit the ‘search’ button.

Another Step Closer

‘What? You haven’t talked to your parents yet? Shona! You promised me you’d do that by now.’ If you are wondering who this new character, Shona, is-it’s me. And the person shouting those

questions at me is my Khushi. Yes, she is mine now.

We are in love. For the first time… Sounds crazy? So, did it happen when we were studying together in college?

Of course not. I am a thousand miles away from her.

Was it love at first sight?

Definitely not. We haven’t even seen each other yet!

-The questions my friends would ask me, and the answers I gave them: (There were some dirty ones too, which I can ignore.) But everyone’s last question was the same.

Are you crazy?

I don’t knno000wwww…

Indeed, being in love with a person you haven’t even met is a crazy thing.

And deciding to marry that person someday, even crazier.

Never in my wildest dreams had I thought my love life would be like this. To be honest, I had never even thought of any love life.

But, now, I had changed a lot and was no longer the person I used to be some time ago.

A lot of things had changed, in me and around me. I had started slipping out of conversations with my friends just to give her a call. I slept less and talked more.

AuthorRavinder Singh
Language English
No. of Pages122
PDF Size0.7 MB

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