Goa Diaries

After Hyderabad, we headed to Goa. At the airport, we had yet another Hyderabadi biryani as a farewell. Bad decision. The biryani was Andhra-style (hot), masala biryani. I couldn’t finish my plate, more like I didn’t want to, fearing episodes of stomach-gone-bad at the airport (which actually did happen, but much later during our trip)….

Hyderabad Diaries

Hello from Hyderabad ๐Ÿ™‚ So here’s a quick recap of the fun things I’ve been doing in Hyderabad. I carried my art supplies this trip too and began sketching in the aircraft. This was a GoAir flight from Jaipur to Hyderabad which was about 2 hours long and I was left with a backache at…

I Didn’t Wake Up Like This!

Remember the awesome article Sonam Kapoor wrote for Buzz Feed India, that bared her difficult relationship with food due to years of body shaming mostly in the form of comments by people about her height and skin color? Yes, that one. I turned it into a comic and if you want to read the original…

Travel Tips: Quirky advice from Humans Big and Small

Yesterday, I had posted a things-I-think-of-when-I-have-to-travel sketch. I’ll be traveling shortly and decided to ask some of you for travel tips. I got to hear a lot of quirky advice and some great practical tips too, which I used to make these comics. Hope you enjoy reading these! A huge thank you to everyone who…

Some cashews for the flight…

What you see above, is what goes on in my mind when I think ‘travel’. Unlike most people, who think of beautiful beaches and the mountains, my mind tells me- “Pack some cashews to munch on”, you know, the secret travel tip of Queen Victoria and Queen Latifah, both totally related and equally relevant. Do…

Tea by Saki

James Cushat-Prinkly was a young man who had always had a settled conviction that one of these days he would marry; up to the age of thirty-four he had done nothing to justify that conviction. He liked and admired a great many women collectively and dispassionately without singling out one for especial matrimonial consideration, just…

Bookmark this!

In 2015, I had done a series where I illustrated new year resolutions for people. While most of them remained more or less similar, what I know for sure is, that for most of us, the same lists still apply and we seem to still be struggling. Take a look at the list above and…

Eid Mubarak!

Eid Mubarak to everyone celebrating ๐Ÿ™‚

Muslim Cookery- Fish: Meen Porichathu, Machchi Memoni

Machchi Memoni | Memoni Barbecued Fish Ingredients: 500 gms any round fish like seer ยฝ lime 1 ยฝ tsp salt ยฝ cup yogurt 4 tbsp oil Spice paste 1 small onion 4 garlic cloves 4 whole dried red chillies 1 tsp red Kashmiri chilli powder ยผ tsp turmeric powder 1 tbsp cashew nuts, coarsely crushed…

Olea Europaea : The European Olive

One of the oldest trees to be cultivated; at least 6000 years ago, the olive is a fruit that isย popular worldwide and is also revered in most Mediterranean cultures.ย ย By 3,000 BC, it was being grown in Crete and spread to Southern Europe and Africa through the Phoenicians; spread along the fertile crescent which includes some…

Art Supplies Post # 01

Hello! It’s been a while since I uploaded an art post and more importantly, I’ve a bunch of new and yet-to-test art supplies which I guess need to be reviewed:) While I was away on vacation some weeks ago I sketched a bit but mostly ate, explored book and art supply stores. It’s nice to…