Author : Hariom Tiwari

In stock
Rs. 350
Classification Humour
Pub Date June 2019
Imprint Sarvatra
Page Extent 62
Binding Paperback
Language English
ISBN 978-93-88241-99-1
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Rs. 350
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About the Book

Fascinated by the forests, its soothing verdant vibe and divine wilderness, Hariom Tiwari was disturbed by tiger's plight.

Being a professional cartoonist, he decided that he would act as their spokesperson. He started drawing cartoons portraying the tiger as a part of human society, in which they moved like we humans do. The purpose of these cartoons is to make you laugh loudly, or at least, bring a smile to your face with his take on comic human situations as inferred by the tiger.
The idea is to be sensitive and sympathetic to this unique and iconic creature, so that it survives and thrives forever.

About the Author(s)

A skilled cartoonist, Hariom Tiwari, learnt the basics of cartooning from his guru -the legendary cartoonist, late Shri R K Laxman- and has since devoted himself completely to this art. He has developed a new stream of cartooning on socio-environmental issues, and has done credible work in advocacy-based cartooning.

Born in the small village of Billowa in the Gwalior district of Madhya Pradesh on 15th August 1968, Hariom has a Post Graduate degree in Soil Science from Jabalpur. His career as a cartoonist spans three decades, starting from his college days in 1989. He has worked for reputed newspapers as an editorial cartoonist and has contributed extensively to reputed national magazines.

Hariom has received many awards and felicitations for excellence in cartooning. In order to promote the art of cartooning and encourage young talent, Hariom has formed the Cartoon Art Society. Hariom is also active in theatre and has acted in many plays and films.

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