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1. THE ASIAN AGE (4TH DEC, 2016) – INTERVIEW WITH THE AUTHOR

 

Nidhi Dalmia is from the corporate sector.His Interests include cinema,theatre & Indian philosophy. Harp is his first novel.

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2.Women’s era (11th February, 2017) – Harp brings to fore the real-life conflicts faced by people.

 

Very few books — especially from Indian authors — have ventured into the world of Communist Europe in the 1960s and 1970s. And, Harp does just that.

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3. Foreign travels, political conspiracies and the 1960s (IANS Books This Weekend)

 

Flick through interesting anecdotes from foreign travels; read the story of a war that is paralleled by disruption and the corruption it brought to Nepalese society.

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4.Foreign travels, political conspiracies and the 1960s (IANS Books This Weekend)

 

New Delhi, Jan 20 (IANS) Flick through interesting anecdotes from foreign travels; read the story of a war that is paralleled by disruption and the corruption it brought to Nepalese society.Read more at: http://www.sify.com/news/foreign-travels-political-conspiracies-and-the-1960s-ians-books-this-weekend-news-others-rbuludggcgdjf.html

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5.Foreign travels, political conspiracies and the 1960s

 

New Delhi, (IANS) : Flick through interesting anecdotes from foreign travels; read the story of a war that is paralleled by disruption and the corruption it brought to Nepalese society.

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6.Foreign travels, political conspiracies and the 1960s (IANS Books This Weekend)

 

Flick through interesting anecdotes from foreign t read the story of a war that is paralleled by disruption and the corruption it brought to Nepalese society.

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7.Best read of 2016

 

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8.Harp is now live on NetGalley and you can find it here

 

The three main protagonists – a young man travelling in a Europe-less-travelled including the Iron Curtain, a young woman who has a calling to music, and another young woman who has loved and lost once – provide the frame of this narrative about journeys we make across countries, as we embark on a private quest within to know ourselves better, and to seek what it is we really want from life.

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9.Harp is recently featured on Institut Francais India

 

Set in the context of the zeitgeist and idealism of the late sixties, Harp is about love, longing and coming of age.

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10.SEE India (February 24th, 2017) – Nidhi Dalmia – Author Harp

 

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11.TRAVEL ITCH RADIO

 

European travel is much different today than it was before the end of the Cold War in 1991. The Soviet Union and its satellite countries did its best to wall off anything Western, so crossing the Iron Curtain was not easy.

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12.Turn away from the 21st century sounds & look back at the music of the golden ‘60s by Nidhi Dalmia

 

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13.The author of Harp, Nidhi Dalmia reads from his coming of age novel

 

Nidhi Dalmia, the author of Harp read from his novel set behind the Iron Curtain at Oxford book store, New Delhi on March 17, 2017. The event was co-hosted by Authors Upfront along with Oxford.

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14.Media Infoline (28th March 2017) – French Ambassador To India Mr. Alexandre Ziegler Launches Harp: Mr. Nidhi Dalmia’s Debut Novel

 

The French Ambassador to India, H.E. Mr. Alexandre Ziegler launched the romantic fiction novel ‘Harp’ by entrepreneur Mr. Nidhi Dalmia at his residence on Nyaya Marg on 28th March 2017. It was an evening event attended by media and friends.

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15.Millennium Post (28th March 2017) – The Journeys we make across countries

 

The cultural bridge between India and France once again found expression in entrepreneur turned writer Nidhi Dalmia’s first romantic fiction novel ‘Harp.’ The French Ambassador to India, Alexandre Ziegler launched the novel at his residence on Nyaya Marg.

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16.Life Paper Blog (29th March 2017) – Nidhi Dalmia Talks About Harp At French Ambassador’s Residence @NidhiDalmiaHarp

 

The romance was in the air all around. We are at the residence of Alexandre Ziegler. Nidhi Dalmia is on stage with Vaiju Naravane. He is talking about his debut novel Harp. And she is asking him some very interesting questions about the book, story, and its point of origin. Harp is, in fact, is a refreshing love story with a twist. It is not like any regular love triangle.

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17.Pebbles in The Still Waters (29th March 2017) – Nidhi Dalmia Talks About Harp At French Ambassador’s Residence @NidhiDalmiaHarp

 

The romance was in the air all around. We are at the residence of Alexandre Ziegler. Nidhi Dalmia is on stage with Vaiju Naravane. He is talking about his debut novel Harp. And she is asking him some very interesting questions about the book, story, and its point of origin. Harp is, in fact, is a refreshing love story with a twist. It is not like any regular love triangle. Though most of the sequences happen in Europe, there is an Indian touch to it.

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18.Fashion and Flick (30th March 2017) – French Ambassador To India Mr. Alexandre Ziegler Launches Harp: Mr. Nidhi Dalmia’s Debut Novel

 

The French Ambassador to India, H.E. Mr. Alexandre Ziegler launched the romantic fiction novel ‘Harp’ by entrepreneur Mr. Nidhi Dalmia at his residence on Nyaya Marg on 28th March 2017. It was an evening event attended by media and friends.

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19. Entrepreneur India(March 31st 2017) – This Author Left Family Business to Pursue Passion For Writing

 

Can you become an author and an entrepreneur at the same time? The term “author” is no longer means the same. The writers nowadays are branding themselves as an author by becoming an authorpreneur.

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20.The Asian Age (31st March 2017)

 

The French Ambassador to India, Alexandre Ziegler unveiled the romantic fiction novel HARP written by entreprenuer Nidhi Dalmia.

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21.Hmmlife (1stApril 2017) – Book Launch of “Harp”, By Nidhi Dalmia

 

India and France are known for its friendship, it again became evident when The French Ambassador to India, H.E. Alexandre Ziegler launched the romantic fiction novel ‘Harp’ by entrepreneur Mr. Nidhi Dalmia at his residence on Nyaya Marg.

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22.The New Indian Express (2nd April 2017) – Off love, longing and coming of age

 

The author’s words fell upon the ears of the audience in ways that brought out the beautiful and the very romantic personification of the quintessential city of Paris. In his debut novel titled, Harp, launched on March 27, Nidhi Dalmia expresses the deep impression that the enchanting country of France left on him in his youth.

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23.military-technologies (31 MARCH 2017) – French Ambassador to India Mr. Alexandre Ziegler launches Harp: Mr. Nidhi Dalmia’s debut novel

(1888PressRelease) March 31, 2017 – The French Ambassador to India, H.E. Alexandre Ziegler launched the romantic fiction novel ‚Harp’ by entrepreneur Mr. Nidhi Dalmia at his residence on Nyaya Marg yesterday. Mr. Ziegler said that the evocative impressions of Paris in the book and the author’s love for France made themselves abundantly clear and that the book was a significant step in highlighting the friendship between India and France as well as the affection and admiration of the two peoples for each other.

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24.life.paperblog (29 March 2017) – Nidhi Dalmia Talks About Harp At French Ambassador’s Residence @NidhiDalmiaHarp

The romance was in the air all around. We are at the residence of Alexandre Ziegler. Nidhi Dalmia is on stage with Vaiju Naravane. He is talking about his debut novel Harp. And she is asking him some very interesting questions about the book, story, and its point of origin.

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25.ambafrance (27 March 2017) – French Ambassador releases Nidhi Dalmia’s debut novel, Harp

he Embassy of France is pleased to present Harp, entrepreneur Nidhi Dalmia’s debut novel, brought out by AuthorsUpfront, a self-publishing platform. Switching between India, Europe and USA, Harp traces the lives of three young people who engage with the cultural and student revolutions of the evocative sixties.

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25.sin-plypretty (28th March 2017) – Une Soiree Inoubliable (An Evening to remember ) – Book launch and review of #Harp by #Nidhi Dalmia at the French Embassy

I had the pleasure of enjoying French hospitality and rubbing shoulders with some very well known authors in the literary world when I was invited to attend the book launch of the romantic fiction novel ‘Harp’ by entrepreneur Mr. Nidhi Dalmia by The French Ambassador to India, H.E. Alexandre Ziegler at his residence on Nyaya Marg on 28th March 2017 .

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26.“HMM(23rd March, 2017) -Book Reading session with Mr.Nidhi Dalmia, author of “Harp”

Reading is a therapy and what better than an author reading his book for the first time to the audience. Mr. Nidhi Dalmia, poured his heart out while reading from his first novel at Oxford book store in New Delhi.

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27.”Fashion and Flicks (19th March, 2017) – A Book Reading Session For Harp – A Book By Mr Nidhi Dalmia”

It was a pleasent evening of 17th March 2017, when Mr. Nidhi Dalmia, the author of Harp read few paragraphs from his novel at O9xford book store.

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28.India Today Education (22nd March, 2017) – The author of Harp, Nidhi Dalmia reads from his coming of age novel

Nidhi Dalmia, the author of Harp read from his novel set behind the Iron Curtain at Oxford book store, New Delhi on March 17, 2017. The event was co-hosted by Authors Upfront along with Oxford. Sunit Tandon, former CEO, Lok Sabha Television channel and Director General, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, was present at the reading and was the moderator of the event. Currently, Tandon is the President of the Delhi Music Society and Director of the Yatrik theatre group.

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29. HARP Book Reading Session (16 Mar 2017) – You are cordially invited for an exclusive reading session of the romantic novel – HARP, by Nidhi Dalmia.

When you walk in, it’s morning when you walk out, it’s dark outside and you’ve just spent all the money you were saving up for your wedding. You stalk all your favourite authors on Facebook and get pissy that they are wasting their time.

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30. HARP Book Reading Session (16th March 2017) – You are cordially invited for an exclusive reading session of the romantic novel – HARP, by Nidhi Dalmia.

Set in the context of the zeitgeist and idealism of the late sixties, Harp is about love, longing and coming of age. The three main protagonists – a young man travelling in a Europe-less-travelled including the Iron Curtain, a young woman who has a calling to music, and another young woman who has loved and lost once – provide the frame of this narrative about journeys we make across countries, even as we embark on a private quest within to know ourselves better, and to seek what it is we really want from life.

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31. The Author Of Harp (March 17, 2017) – Mr. Nidhi Dalmia Reads From His Coming Of Age Novel.

Mr. Nidhi Dalmia, the author of Harp read from his novel set behind the Iron Curtain at Oxford book store yesterday. The event was co-hosted by Authors Upfront along with Oxford. Mr. Sunit Tandon, former CEO, Lok Sabha Television channel and Director General, Indian Institute of Mass Communication was present at the reading and he was the moderator of the event. Currently, Mr. Tandon is President of the Delhi Music Society and Director of the Yatrik theatre group.

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32. The Author Of Harp (17/03/2017 ) – Mr. Nidhi Dalmia Reads From His Coming Of Age Novel.

(MENAFN Editorial) Mr. Nidhi Dalmia, the author of Harp read from his novel set behind the Iron Curtain at Oxford book store yesterday. The event was co-hosted by Authors Upfront along with Oxford Book Store.

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33. A Book Reading Session For Harp(March 19, 2017 ) – Mr. Nidhi Dalmia, the author of Harp read few paragraphs from his novel at Oxford book store.

This was a small get togheter over a cup of tea that was attended by Authors Upfront along with Oxford. Mr. Sunit Tandon, former CEO, Lok Sabha Television channel and Director General, Indian Institute of Mass Communication was present at the reading and he was the moderator of the event. Currently, Mr. Tandon is President of the Delhi Music Society and Director of the Yatrik theatre group.

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34. HARP Book Reading Session(16 March, 2017 ) You are cordially invited for an exclusive reading session of the romantic novel – HARP, by Nidhi Dalmia.

Set in the context of the zeitgeist and idealism of the late sixties, Harp is about love, longing and coming of age. The three main protagonists – a young man travelling in a Europe-less-travelled including the Iron Curtain, a young woman who has a calling to music, and another young woman who has loved and lost once – provide the frame of this narrative about journeys we make across countries, even as we embark on a private quest within to know ourselves better, and to seek what it is we really want from life.

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35. The Author Of Harp, Mr. Nidhi Dalmia Reads From His Coming Of Age Novel(March 17, 2017) Mr. Nidhi Dalmia, the author of Harp read from his novel set behind the Iron Curtain at Oxford book store yesterday.

The event was co-hosted by Authors Upfront along with Oxford. Mr. Sunit Tandon, former CEO, Lok Sabha Television channel and Director General, Indian Institute of Mass Communication was present at the reading and he was the moderator of the event. Currently, Mr. Tandon is President of the Delhi Music Society and Director of the Yatrik theatre group.

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36. The author of Harp, (17/03/2017 ) Mr. Nidhi Dalmia reads from his coming of age novel.

(MENAFN Editorial) Mr. Nidhi Dalmia, the author of Harp read from his novel set behind the Iron Curtain at Oxford book store yesterday. The event was co-hosted by Authors Upfront along with Oxford Book Store. Mr. Sunit Tandon, former CEO, Lok Sabha Television channel and Director General, Indian Institute of Mass Communication was present at the reading and he was the moderator of the event. Currently, Mr. Tandon is President of the Delhi Music Society and Director of the Yatrik theatre group.

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37. A Book Reading Session For Harp(March 19, 2017)A Book By Mr Nidhi Dalmia.

This was a small get togheter over a cup of tea that was attended by Authors Upfront along with Oxford. Mr. Sunit Tandon, former CEO, Lok Sabha Television channel and Director General, Indian Institute of Mass Communication was present at the reading and he was the moderator of the event. Currently, Mr. Tandon is President of the Delhi Music Society and Director of the Yatrik theatre group.

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38. Marwar (May-June, 2017)Bringing Back The 60’s

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39.Paris of Eastern Europe: BUDAPEST

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40.Chennai edition of Trinity Mirror

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41.​Why young learners are more keen to Learn on their Mobile Phones

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42. 20s should read “Harp”: 5 reasons

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43.A JOURNEY OF MANY LOVERS

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44. Harp – a love story beyond boundaries

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45. DPIR (6th July, 2017) – Harp by Nidhi Dalmia

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46. Redefining retirement (9th July, 2017)

Some senior citizens are happily challenging the notions that old age is a slowdown in the bend of life. They are being equally productive in this later innings while reinventing themselves in new arenas

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47. Alwarpet Times Chennai (9th July, 2017) – “Harp” – a deeply entertaining novel author by Mr. Nidhi Dalmia

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48. Virtual Times (10th July, 2017) – ‘Harp’ by Nidhi Dalmia is a Refrishing Story

In his first Novel,  Harp, Nidhi Dalmial talks about love, Passion and Sacrifice. Set in late 60’s this novel takes you to the world of music, literature and travel.
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49. Destination Exotica (11th July, 2017) – How to make your trip a memorable experience

Travelling is something everyone long for. It turns one into a storyteller and jot just a more tourist. If you are also bored of listening to someone else’s travel stories, its high time to create your own archives and make your travelling experience a memorable one.

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50.  The North East Times (15th July, 2017) – Indian Classical Music in sixties vs. the music today

It’s apparent, when you turn on popular radio station today, you are most likely to hear one thing and one thing only – mainstream music. In a way, I am understand how it is like able.

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51.  The Assam Post (19th July, 2017) – Indian Classical Music – In sixties vs. Music today

It’s apparent, when you turn on popular radio station today, you are most likely to hear one thing and one thing only – mainstream music. In a way, I am understand how it is like able.

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52. Fortune World (24th July, 2017) – Why everyone in their 20s should read Harp

People in their 20s are at a stage in their life, where they are dealing with an array of emotion dealing with questions such as on love, life and their future.

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53. TLF Magazine (August, 2017) – Nidhi Dalmia’s Europe

He’s out with is debut novel Harp, a part of which is set in Europe, We asked the author to take us through his favourite place in the world’s most favaourite continent…

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54. HT Education (2nd Aug, 2017) – When you choose writing as a career option

If you make a career out of your passion, work will never be a liability and you will enjoy it. Do what makes you happy and chances are you will be excellent at what you do.

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55. The Statesman Kolkata (4th  Aug, 2017) – A destination in its own right

The biodiversity hotspot of the Dooars has a magical hold not only on travel bugs but also reputed authors and writers across the country.

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56. Travel and Hospitality (August, 2017) – My Favorite Luxurious Hotels Around The World

Hotels are much more than just a place to stay; they are home in a strange place. There are some key factors that should be kept in mind as the origin Hilton famously said -its location, location, location.

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57. Errors and Kaushal (Aug, 2017) – Book Review : Harp – Nidhi Dalmia

What in this world has the power to break or make someone? Have you already thought about Love, in your mind? You are partially correct then.

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58. High on Gloss (19th August, 2017) – Harp by Nidhi Dalmia – Book Review

Young, restless & ambitious when find himself in a world which is free of restrictions, rich in ever evolving music & architecture, he does not forget his roots.

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59. SarathBahu.in (August, 2017) – Book Review – Harp

A romantic fiction that was set in the 1960’s which would make you go back to those days and people like me who were not even born by then have had the chance to get to know the first hand information of hos the world was back then – especially the Europe.

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60. My Pune Express (25th October, 2017) – Harp is a period book and a classic.

In his first novel, Harp Nidhi Dalmia takes about love, passion and sacrifice. Set it late 60s, this novel takes you to the world of music, literature and travel. The story is mesmerizing with the really intense description of the place from the smallest part of Europe.

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61. Pune Herald (26th October, 2017) – Harp is a period book and a classic.

In his first novel, Harp Nidhi Dalmia takes about love, passion and sacrifice. Set it late 60s, this novel takes you to the world of music, literature and travel. The story is mesmerizing with the really intense description of the place from the smallest part of Europe.

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62. ERRORS AND KUSHAL (28th October, 2017) – Harp is a period book and a classic.

In a conversation with Nidhi Dalmia, author of the book Harp. To know more about the book Harp, please visit Book Review : Harp – Nidhi Dalmia

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