Category Archives: Indian Illustrators

The Winter Post

Like śiśira, there is an abundance of snow, the sun shines weakly – resembling the moon – and those who can stay indoors, preferably with their lovers*. It is the season to stay home, curl up alone or with family … Continue reading

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The Cartoon Post

From SD Phadnis’ cartoons of the 1950s and 1960s. The lady in pic 2 with that excellent dog is a woman after my own heart. Also I have a sudden desire to do something anything in white shoes and a … Continue reading

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