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Room No. 208

Author Name: Pallavi | Format: Paperback | Genre : Young Adult Fiction | Other Details

The unforgettable era in anyone's life is hostel time. 3-4 people come together to start living as one family by sharing all ego's, happiness, sadness, fun. The invisible bond of friendship connects all these minds which displays craziness into their every action. If story revolves around girls hostel, then can you imagine a limit to fun?

This story is about 3 girls come from 3 different towns to study engineering in Pune. The metro city girl, Pallavi is from Mumbai. Bold, beautiful, & fashionable. The town girl Karishma is Malyali studious child from Aurangabad. The village girl Sanjeevani is healthy, gorgeous and youngest child in her family from mahad village. The first impression wasn't good about Pallavi for other to but the group had to made of 3 girls and those started living together in Room no. 208, with not only fun but also hell lot of craziness. The new life of room 208 was started with this 3's company.

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Pallavi Bhuwad

Pallavi Bhuwad writes fun & romantic non-fictions. Born and raised in Mumbai, Pallavi now lives in Pune where she enjoys explorable cultural life with travel. She also regularly writes travel blogs and articles in magazines.

Despite training as an engineer, Pallavi soon found she preferred sharing up her own stories, experiences and inspirations that she hopes others find interesting too. She has passion for travelling and observing people on their responses during various situations. Her writing style connects to personality of individual rather than framing a personal sketch which helps to put her emotions and experiences effectively in front of readers through simple, free flow and communicative language.

Today Pallavi continues to write full time. When she is not writing, she enjoys either travelling or reading.

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