Monday, March 26, 2012
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Ordinary journeys help you discover places... while the incredible ones help you discover yourself! Here is one such journey of mine, through my cartoons!
So there it is! The most memorable trip of my life! It was incredible for the sheer lack of direction that we shared during the trip. It is a reminder to me always that if you have good people around, and a sense of adventure, you don't really need a destination.
The above entry has been written for Indiblogger's
XUV500 Incredible Stories Contest
Here is a link to Mahindra's incredible- XUV 500- http://www.mahindraxuv500.com/
Because some journeys are.... incredible!
Monday, March 12, 2012
This post is for the Stayfree “Time to change” contest from Indiblogger.
Being a cartoonist, I thought there wouldn't be a better way to raise my voice than throught my own cartoons. So, here through a few doodles of mine, I'd like to say out loud what I think shouldn't be happening in the world.
1. I see around myself guys who treat girls as objects, downgrade them and still I see girls flocking around these "bad boys". Somehow, slowly the "gentleman" is not cool anymore. I wish girls knew better.
2. Eve-teasing is a disgrace to the society yet it is one of the commonest crimes in India. Although the laws are getting stricter but unless there is a better environment for the upbringing and better ways to inculcate good values in kids, we are going to have a hard time keeping this menace at bay.
3. Which brings me the educational system as a whole. Moral values are taught at both home and school so, it would be unfair to blame the schools totally for the loose moral fabric of the country. But, the way schools have handled their methods in the past decade of so, there has been a rapid increase in the production of parrots and donkeys in our schools. So...
4. Another thing that I'd like to change in our country is the unequal and unfair distribution of food stuff. With a rising economy such as ours, the least we can expect is the people do not die out of hunger. But alas! such is not the case. Ironically, we claim to be a country of food-lovers. I wish that...
I believe that hunger and ignorance are the root of all evil and if we succeeded in changing any of the aforementioned problems to even a slightest of bit, we could change the fortunes of this country.