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Chronicling history through cartoons

Chronicling history through cartoons
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Cut to the present, and a question posed to Satish: 50 years from now, would a student of history look at his cartoons as a means to understand today’s politics and social undercurrents? “Compared to Laxman, Shankar or Abu, we live in a different era. Thanks to social media, we get instant reactions to our cartoons. As humans, adverse reactions affect us sometimes, impacting our works,” says Satish, whose colourful, arresting, and detailed, cartoons often spark extreme reactions from fans and trolls alike.

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