Pravin Agarwal is an Indian novelist. He is a popular author of the best-selling novels - The Girl in the dream, The Raavan Key (Drumatulya Trilogy Book 1) & The Raavan Returns (Drumatulya Trilogy Book 2). His debut novel has been included in the top eight romantic novels written by Indian Authors. He is a public speaker and keeps inspiring youth to pursue their dreams. He has been featured in the top media houses like Filmyloop and Prajatantra. He has persevered to build a vibrant community of readers and followers on social media. He keeps interacting with his community through Instagram Live and discusses life, books, writing tips, inspiration, and much more.
He is a graduate in Mechanical Engineering and in his corporate career spanning more than a decade and a half, he has worked as a Senior Software Engineer in leading IT Companies of India including Tata Consultancy Services and Hexaware Technologies.
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BOOKS BY PRAVIN AGARWAL
1) THE GIRL IN THE DREAM: A Love Story Planned 500 Years Ago
2017, Los Angeles - Vivaan, a NASA scientist has a strange recurring dream of a mysterious girl. His engagement with Riya turns into a nightmare when his dream starts turning into reality. He flies to Madhya Pradesh to find himself at the center of a 500-years-old enigma.
1500 AD, Kingdom of Ujjain - Shrinika is heartbroken when she is betrayed by Rudra, the king of Ujjain. After the unfortunate incident, she mysteriously disappeared.
2017, Madhya Pradesh - Dhiren, the evil son of the village sarpanch is in desperate search of the ancient Statue of Lord Shiva which is hidden somewhere in Shivgarh Fort and worth a billion dollars.
2011, MNIT Jaipur - Rachit fall head over heels in love with Swara when he is asked to propose to her, as a ragging prank, by his seniors.
What links Rachit and Swara to the complex puzzle of Vivaan's dream? What is the secret of the ancient Shiva temple? What connects Vivaan to Shrinika, the missing girl in the 16th century? Read on as you travel through a saga of love and passion, betrayal and conspiracy, hope and ambition.
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2) THE RAAVAN KEY (DRUMATULYA TRILOGY 1)
2019, Bareilly - A rich NRI businessman goes missing mysteriously. The detective found a clue in his diary and named it, The Raavan Key.
5135 BCE, Golden City of Lanka - Raavan, the mighty demon king, came to know of a chilling secret about his half-brother Kubera. Enraged by the revelation he fiercely attacked Drumatulya city.
1972, Thar Desert, Jaisalmer - An archaeology team was searching for the lost city of Drumatulya, which existed during the Ramayana era. They couldn't believe their eyes when weird events unfolded one after another.
2018, Antwerp, Europe - The overlord of Europe’s most dreaded crime syndicate received a phone call from a mysterious man.
What was the terrifying secret of Kubera that enraged Raavan? What connects the missing NRI businessman to the lost city of Drumatulya? What was the horrific mystery of Drumatulya city? Read on to witness the epic story of Love and Betrayal, Gods and Demons, Deceit and Violence.
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PRAISE FOR DRUMATULYA TRILOGY
“The integration of mythology and the present-day story is fantabulous.” - Nishtha Bajpai, Blogger
“A fast-paced thriller.” - Susan, Content Writer
“Phenomenal narration of mythological fiction with a mix of mystery.” - Sameeksha Manerkar, Graphic Designer
“Pravin Agarwal is a master storyteller.” - Dailyhunt
“This novel has all of it – mythology, legendary, thriller, mystery, suspense and love.” - Sharimila, Tech Writer
“A mind-blowing combination of mythology, mystery, thriller and suspense.” - Hiba Khan, Author
The Raavan Returns: Drumatulya Trilogy 2
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