For years, Laxman has brought home the Common Man to millions of Indians who opened 'The Times of India' every morning. Each cartoon featured a very alive issue and ranged from political event to a public person to socio-economic factors. This book is a compilation of some his most loved cartoons. It is a result of the super success of a coffee-table book by the same name (brought out by the Times of India in 2005). The popularity of the earlier book inspired us to bring out an abridged version for a wider reach. This current work has many reflections of Laxman's genius. A must for all those who believe that comedy and tragedy are two aspects of what is real, and whether we see the tragic or the humorous is a matter of perspective.
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