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Dilli Darbaar (Hindi Edition)

Written by: Satya Vyas
Narrated by: Nitin Sharma
Length: 5 hrs and 18 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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Dilli Darbaar is the story of a young, jovial techno-geek called Rahul Mishra and his journey from being a careless flirt to a responsible man. Rahul moves from a small town to Delhi for better future prospects, and this brings about changes in his life and lifestyle to which he must adapt. His mantra in life is 'there is always a shortcut to success' - which he ironically proves right through his own eccentric ways. 

Dilli Darbaar is also about Paridhi, a typical East Delhi girl, and her path, as well as Rahul's, to finding the meaning of love, trust, friendship and life.

Please note: This audiobook is in Hindi.

©2016 Satya Vyas (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Fantastic story and excellent presentation. Enjoyed immensely. Looking forward to hear other stories of same author.

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A book must read or listen audiobook entertainment with life of indian 2 boys who went to delhi. A Young Youth book

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  • sanjay
  • 01-03-20

old memory lanes

After 32 years this book to me back to the memory lanes of my 26 years in Delhi with reasonable tampering of a light-hearted comedy of daily ( not Dilli) life of college days of bachelors on a soup of romance. The author managed to keep me inquisitive to come back for more because of his addition of nuances of current IT world.
Overall enjoyable experience and an easy listen for on ears and brain.