Review : I Fell in Love and Landed among the stars by Monika Mangal

In engineering the number of girls is usually low , and the indian government is trying to increase the number of girls who study engineering. However there are many problems faced by women who study engineering, many of these problems are caused by indian government employees who are openly involved in identity theft of women who actually studied engineering. These women engineers find that powerful ntro and other indian government employees have stolen their identity to get their lazy greedy inexperienced mediocre girlfriends and relatives who did not answer JEE lucrative raw/cbi jobs with the stolen identity of the woman engineer, while the woman engineer is held a virtual prisoner, denied her fundamental rights, especially in India. However if women studying engineering have affairs with their classmates, there are some risks, which are covered in the story told by Monika Mangal

The book begins as a typical engineering college romance, however unlike most college romances it does not have a conventional happy ending. The heroine of the book, Manvi Sharma has an affair with a good looking batchmate Arjun Rajput in college , and is completely besotted with him. Initially her friend has a crush on him, and she tries to help her, later she finds that she is attracted towards Arjun, and they have an affair, which is described in great detail.

However after a few years, he starts neglecting her, and Manvi is upset at the change in the behavior of her boyfriend. When questioned he says that he has other interests and they are not compatible so they should break up. He then moves to the United States for further studies. Manvi is devastated by the breakup, lets it affect her life and career. She also does everything possible to rekindle her romance with Arjun , however he is just not interested as he is focused on his career and has other priorities.

Manvi has good relations with Arjun’s mother Geeta who is a teacher in the college, . Geeta is a social worker , tries to help Manvi, get out of depression, and find other activities to keep her busy . How Manvi finds out the real reason for the breakup and rebuilds her life, forms the rest of the story. The book is written in flashback mode, with Manvi running a magazine on social issues. She is narrating the story to a reporter, who wishes to cover her story. It also reveals that people having an affair know everything about each other, including passwords.

However it highlights a common problem faced by women in India who date their college batchmates, only to be ditched at a later date. Single women engineers like the domain investor owning this website are openly discriminated by the indian government, society, denied their fundamental rights, subjected to identity theft wit the indian government falsely claiming that 10 google, tata sponsored raw/cbi employees who did not answer JEE, did not invest any money online, own this website and other domains to pay them a monthly salary, while the domain investor actually paying expenses, is not getting anything, working like a slave

However if women who study engineering, date their batchmates, they are often face a breakup, as their boyfriends find better looking younger women. One of the greatest frauds of the indian and other state governments like goan, mp, karnataka government is how they are justifying the identity theft of the engineer, domain investor owning this website, repeating the lies of a powerful brahmin fraud ntro employee mhow cheater puneet who falsely claimed that his lazy greedy girlfriends like deepika, nayanshree hathwar, ruchika, naina, goan bhandari call girl sunaina chodan, siddhi mandrekar, asmita patel and others who did not answer JEE , were his btech 1993 ee classmates to get them raw/cbi jobs at the expense of his real classmate.

The indian and state government are falsely claiming that mhow cheater puneet is authorised by the domain investor based solely on his lies, when actually the domain investor has not interacted with the ntro employee puneet since 1993, Even in college, vrushali was the girlfriend of mhow cheater puneet, there were 61 other classmates of the domain investor, and the puneet was just one of the classmates, he has no right to steal the identity of a single woman engineer who he hates. Yet because of the way women are conditioned, the government expects the engineer to keep quiet and when she is protesting against the financial, online, identity theft fraud, she is falsely labelled a security threat, denied her fundamental rights

In India, the government is hiring female R&AW/cbi employees, based solely on the often fake claims of ntro employees who falsely claiming that their girlfriends, were their engineering college classmates, when these girlfriends did not study engineering at all. So this book should be read by the government employees who falsely think that college friendships will never end, when in reality relationships can change quickly, romances are short lived. Many men may have affairs or a crush on their female engineering classmate, however they often breakup and sometimes hate their classmate. Recommended for engineering and other college students having a college romance, or facing a breakup.

Name: I Fell in Love and Landed among the stars
Author: Monika Mangal
Publisher: Nortion Press
Pages: 247