The Harappa Files #2020

The Harappa Files By Sarnath Banerjee The Harappa Files The Greater Harappa Rehabilitation Reclamation and Redevelopment Committee GHRRRC has conducted a gigantic survey of the current ethnography and urban mythology of a country on the brink of great hor
  • Title: The Harappa Files
  • Author: Sarnath Banerjee
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Harappa Files By Sarnath Banerjee The Greater Harappa Rehabilitation, Reclamation and Redevelopment Committee GHRRRC has conducted a gigantic survey of the current ethnography and urban mythology of a country on the brink of great hormonal changes Changes of such enormity that they would be barely comprehensible to civil society And now, the decade long findings are finally going to be made public by oThe Greater Harappa Rehabilitation, Reclamation and Redevelopment Committee GHRRRC has conducted a gigantic survey of the current ethnography and urban mythology of a country on the brink of great hormonal changes Changes of such enormity that they would be barely comprehensible to civil society And now, the decade long findings are finally going to be made public by one Sri Sarnath Banerjee, who has created the Harappa Files, a series of graphic commentaries that analyse the cracks in postliberalized India Although impressed by the far sightedness of the government in setting up the GHRRRC, Banerjee has one niggling concern he is worried that the consequence of his project will be the release of the dreaded Harappa recommendations, making it mandatory for all citizens to sign the draconian, ultrainvasive Form 28B, giving the government the power to decide the fate of every single citizen.
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    About "Sarnath Banerjee"

    1. Sarnath Banerjee

      Sarnath Banerjee born 1972 is an Indian graphic novelist, artist, and film maker and a co founder of the comics publishing house, Phantomville from

    835 thoughts on “The Harappa Files”

    1. My expectations for this book had been set quite low by my friend, so I was a pleasantly surprised that it wasn t really the piece of elitist drivel that I d been told to expect I didn t know it was a compilation of short works, so I dove right into it I was a bit confused at first, but once I got a hang of it, the jokes started making sense and the meta humor too I think it makes sense to read this book one story at a time, instead of gobbling it all up in one sitting as I did The artwork is s [...]


    2. I like the quirkiness of this book You can finish it in one go, and then go back and re read it periodically.This book also introduced me to the Pao Collective, a group of 4 graphic novelists of India who write books similar in style and narratives, rooted in the middle class 80 s to 90 s.


    3. I was recently introduced to Sarnath Banerjee with Barn Owl s Womderous Capers and I have to say that I haven t been disappointed one bit This despite that graphic novels is not my preferred genre However, not only is Banerjee s writing sharp and witty, I have absolutely fallen in love with his illustrations While I admit that the brand of satire humour in Harappa Files was a bit too strong read difficult to fully fathom for me, it still resonated at some level, leaving me with plenty of laughs [...]


    4. From Corridor to The Barn Owl s Wondrous Capers, I have loved Sarnath Banerjee s writing The bite in the humour is enough to crack you up and at the same time contemplate on the condition of things around you and he manages to evoke those feelings without trying too hard All of this while presenting his works in the graphic form So it is no surprise that I would highly recommend, The Harappa Files to anyone who reads or cares to read books The Harappa Files is an unusual piece of work like the o [...]


    5. serious food for mind it was an intelligent book there are many analogies and references to history politics and society wild imagination crossed many limits of creativity words and pictures smoothly fuse to express the thoughts of sarnath banerjeebut on second thoughts it gets really abstract many a times, very open to interpretation I loved the book But I believe that not everybody would enjoy it


    6. This is a quirky and witty collection of comics, but at times the abstract verges on meaningless Creative analogies and attitudes abound this collection, however, sometimes the sketches seem to lose focus towards the end and abruptly come to a close, just as you are beginning to form a punchline in your head Regardless, definitely something to come back to again.


    7. A little on the artsy pretentious side, The Harappa Files doesn t really have a single strand of narrative, or even a plausible enough connection to the different vignettes featured That being said, Sarnath the artist is still very inventive and his visual jokes bite Not as good as his previous work overall.


    8. I think you need to have a pretty good knowledge of India to get most of this, and what I did understand wasn t saying anything new or interesting.





    9. I m thinking of words like nostalgia , poignant , acute observations etc But then, why do I need to to use big words to review something which so beautiful That s it It s beautiful.


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