Hello peeps, I have been doing a small side project, making a series of mini comics. Last year after the birth of my son, and gaining over 20 kilos (yes) I joined the gym and since loosing weight took over my mind, body and time (not to mentions tears and sweat) I decided to have some fun and document my experience. check out more on the series on my Facebook page here
Here is what I have been upto : what a year it has been, though my blog does not reflect this, it surely has been one of the most happiest, incredible and all consuming year for me and at the end of it all I can feel is the intense sense of gratitude. Looking forward to 2016!
My grandfathers house in Cuttack at professor para (meaning 'Professor's neighborhood', just across the canal from Ravenshaw collage, where my grandfather spent most of his career teaching)
My grandma aged 18
My grand father aged 33
My grandmother cooking for her very large family,
The food was usually vegetarian, simple and piping hot, since my
grandfather was a vegetarian and could not stand spice, quite opposite
to my grandmother who would eat her rice with fiery chilies and loved
meat. My grandfather was always served at the table, but my grandmother always preferred the floor.
This is the backyard of the house, Still figuring out the style and treatment for a very rough idea of a book based on the life of my grandparents
I am working on a series of poster for Reckitt Benckiser (the Dettol guys), as a part of their CSR project I am working with the good folks at XSEED Education who are coming up with a Hygiene curriculum for School from Grade 1- Grade 5. Here are two posters for Grade 1, more to come soon ...
Illustration for UNESCO, As the countdown begins for the UN summit in New York in September, governments are now discussing a new set of universal goals that UN member states will use to frame their development agendas and policies until 2030.
The 17 new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will succeed the previous Millennium Development Goals, which had been agreed upon in 2000 and are set to expire this year.
Illustration done for the diamond jubilee celebration of Johar Club, Munsiyari (Uttrakahand). lots of fun drawing details of the temples, vegetation and the Panchchuli Peaks.
Munsyari also falls on the ancient salt route from Tibet and is at the entrance of the Johar Valley, which extends along the path of the Goriganga River to its source at the Milam Glacier. This year marks the 60th year sports meet.