Friday, December 02, 2005

Manjunath S























Related links:

25 comments:

Ajit said...

Hats off!

Jemima said...

HATS OFF! SERIOUSLY!!!!

CAR said...

Sameer. This is fantastic stuff! Thanks for visiting my blog and for the comment. I am glad I stumbled onto you art work! Really good stuff and will now blogroll you!

Looking forward to more creations!

Harish said...

So glad i stumbled upon these sketches. If TOI looks at these then R.K.L mit just have to look for a different career option. Awesome...

Sameer said...

Dushyant - thanks. I do read your blog on and off, its just that I didn't drop a comment before.

Harish - you surely exaggerate. R K Laxman is God... I am still learning! but thanks for visiting.

Milind said...

great work. How correctly you've expressed a lot of things without a word.

Nachiket Kapre said...

no one could've expressed it better... this is real good work...

Rohit said...

Really touching Sameer!

ajoy said...

good one sameer. After seeing your sketch i went through all the links on machans blog :-(.

Kaustav said...

This picture is worth a thousand blogposts, really moving and to the point. I recced it to desipundit, hopefully they will feature it.

Sameer said...

Thank you Kaustav.

jaydeep said...

Ekdam Marmik

Mridula said...

What a way to pay a tribute.

Minal said...

Sameer you hit the nail! Fine thought..super!

And what a talent!

And you know what I dunno what to say but my cousin brother Samir had the same talent. His love though was partial towards the sketches that highlighted the military.

I'm just stunned. Blogrolled you!

Ganesh said...

super sketch!

The Comic Project said...

:-(

RS said...

Hi, I saw a link to your blog on the comic project. and WOW! i am glad I checked it out. Hope Manjunath's bravery inspires others.

Piyush Sarode said...

Hat's Off

BangaloreGuy said...

wasnt a similar pic on an English daily as well?

Sameer said...

what english daily? can you let me know the link?

BangaloreGuy said...

I think I saw it on either Vijaytimes or Deccan Herald. Not sure which.

Tried to look for it online, wasnt a fruitful search.

eve's lungs said...

Working for an oil Psu I know the kind of pressures manjunath would have worked under and the kind of people he would have dealt with - sales officers in the hinterland esp in UP and Bihar walk with death every day and work out compromises or run away - Manjunath clearly stood up to the challenge and paid with his life .. the picture you posted is awesome

yogsma said...

No words to describe the greatness of your art..

Harish N Jeyavel said...

Hope Manjunath's Family gets Justice

lindsay lohan said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.