Food, Life, People, sketchbookA Fish Tale subtitle: rui maachch: rohu fish, which we ate everyday when we were young. subtitle: maachch-wala: fish seller subtitle: didi – elder sister Share this:Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Standard
36 thoughts on “A Fish Tale”
😐 first thing in the morning. hunger attacking now.
i want that mustard fish, hmm ok. just the mustard will do 😀
U forgot the benagli’s first luv in maach..the Ilish maach…only if someone could teach me the trick to debone it
eke phel, shob golpogulo eke phel.
draw them, draw out all your stories]
oh, and fish fish beeootifool fish
come come i want you on my dish
rui katla bhetki papda ilish
genius indeed 😀
the girl who loved fish…
but not enough to get into a new relationshif
Bherry funny :-). Incidentally i went fish shopping at CR Park and realised. It is a complicated exercise 😀
Always listen to the experts. They’ll tell you what can’t be done and why.
i feel like having some nicely cooked Pamfret,Trout and Tuna :P…
btw while you are in Bangalore make sure you check this
he he .. nice one ..
can’t help you on picking fish myself ..
as i am a veggie 😀
and you are the best !!!!
waaah! and i am the one not getting the fish at the end of the day!!! 😦
hey. added you to my blogroll 😀 send notification if you want the publicity turned off.
monika > if you look carefully, there are lots of ilish maach strewn around in all the drawings 🙂 I love ilish maach, it’s the only fish i like!
t > good one! did you make it yourself?
bloggerazzi > that’s what happened to me – that would have been page 6! but i was too lazy (as usual) and left it out!
prashant > this time i will!
Whackonondo > maybe you should have a relationship with the maachchwala!!
bloggerazzi > thanks! awesome! 🙂
abbe oye. don’t make fun of my fish frenzy… I still fondly remember the parshe maach bhaja at buti’s wedding. I want a maachhwala to have a relationship with… waaaa
very good one of the best.. although im a bit miffed abt throwing rui mach out of the window.. i was always arnd wasnt i? why couldnt you throw out some other fish.. like tangra mach
or parshe mach for that matter
any maach-WALLaS reading this blog?
I’m open for a one sided relationship! u cook i eat!
Wonderful storytelling! Vivek’s expression in the last frame is priceless!!
One of the most delightful of your ‘strips’ (if I can call it that). =)
i keep coming back for more..
its a long time since u have updated…
not really a loooong time,but tiime seems to strech over when one is waiting for something..
keep drawing…njoy life..
why you are not updating your blog . is some one holding a AK47 on your head?
A long time ago it did not happen to me through here that good work. and ecological.
Best wishes from Buenos Aires…
Soo, what happened to the thing?
hey su….y arent u updating your blog? wherefore art thou????
u do’t know me but i keep checkin out ur blog(s) every now n again.
thought u might like this site http://www.1001journals.com about travelling journals that ppl keep filling up
kee bloggin! 🙂
(i’m a 2002 batch exhibition designer frm nid in case u were wonderin)
Your blog is jusht oly awesome!!loved the drawings..will be back for more 🙂
Please educate. Whats Bethki, Ilish?
Dropping by to say hello, and to applaud you on your drawings.
I hope all’s well over there.
Your fishes have dried… since sept… pls. remove these dried fishes and post some nice and new illustrations.
See what a smart son I raised and what a smart girl he’s married
thank you, pips 🙂
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