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by Gautam Bhatia


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that truth vanquishes falsehood; that the poor will ride roughshod over the rich; that the powerful politician will sooner than later be brought to his knees by the ordinary man. The graphic novel looks at issues, personalities, people and ideas that project the popularly-held view of the country.

The people in Lie: A Traditional Tale of Modern India are small, colourful and not nice to know. Architect and author Gautam Bhatia’s latest book is a graphic novel, a deeply disturbing book that talks about the rampant corruption in the country, female infanticide and government apathy. The book attempts to satirise the current state of the country,from the last 30-40 years to the present day. The narrative has magnified the misdeeds of a corrupt government and its leaders

From left) Gautam Bhatia is an architect who is now publishing his first graphic novel; Lie-a traditional look at modern India

From left) Gautam Bhatia is an architect who is now publishing his first graphic novel; Lie-a traditional look at modern India. The book, written by Bhatia and coordinated by Orijit Sen, is part of Desh Ki Awaz, a Ford project that seeks to bring together popular art and serious art. Hence, the graphics of the book are drawn by miniature painters from Rajasthan. It was quite an experience," Bhatia says. Bhatia has earlier written Punjabi Baroque and Other Memories of Architecture, a book about eyesore architecture, the ugly, grotesque houses we live in", with Greater Kailash in New Delhi as the epitome of the worst.

Gautam Bhatia is a Delhi-based architect, writer and artist. A recipient of several awards for his buildings, he has also published books on architecture and satire. His drawings and sculptures have been displayed in galleries in India and abroad. Gautam Bhatia is an Indian architect. He grew up in New Delhi and completed his Masters in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. Gautam Bhatia columns at Indian Express. Gautam Bhatia columns at Outlook. Gautam Bhatia columns at Mint.

4. Received Ford Foundation Grant for a Documentation of Mud Architecture,1986. 5. Awarded 1977 Louis Kahn Fellowship in Architecture, Univ. 6. Awarded 1976 Dales Memorial Fellowship for Architectural Study in Europe.

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In Lie: A Modern Tale of Traditional India, a broad picture-book narrative that is part soap opera and part family melodrama, critic and satirist Gautam Bhatia lays every Indian stereotype open to question.

In Lie: A Modern Tale of Traditional India, a broad picture-book narrative that is part soap opera and part family melodrama, critic and satirist Gautam Bhatia lays every Indian stereotype open to question: that good always triumphs over evil; that truth vanquishes falsehood; that the poor will ride roughshod over the rich; that the powerful politician will sooner than later be brought. to his knees by the ordinary man. The graphic novel looks at issues, personalities, people and ideas that project the popularly-held view of the country

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Social critique by Gautam Bhatia in Lie: A Traditional Tale of Modern India (Tranquebar Press, 2010) drew the attention of the readers. The visual narratives of these titles were highly developed, conforming to international standards.

that truth vanquishes falsehood; that the poor will ride roughshod over the rich; that the powerful politician will sooner than later be brought to his knees by the ordinary man. The graphic novel looks at issues, personalities, people and ideas that project the popularly-held view of the country. Its characters interact with each other in a way that gives vent to a range of popular and suppressed prejudices-desires, taboos and age-old injustices-that dog the life of every Indian. A sardonic look at the current state of affairs in the country, using a traditional form of expression, Lie has been drawn by miniaturists from Rajasthan.
Lie: A Traditional Tale of Modern India ebook
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Gautam Bhatia
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Westland Limited (2010)
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