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Indian Illustrator Captures Hilarious Moments Of Growing Up In An Indian Family

Published 2 years ago

Brown Paperbag is the name of a series of comics about what it’s like growing up in an Indian family. They were created by Sailesh Gopalan, a 21-year-old design student from Mumbai who studies at the Srishti School of Art Design and Technology in Bangalore, and since the comics first appeared in June 2016 they’ve already amassed a collective following of almost 150,000 people.

The artist describes his comics as “a slice-of-life comedy webcomic aimed at highlighting the ironies and exploiting the stereotypes that prevail in Indian families and society in a satirical fashion,” and as you can see from the collection below, they touch upon everything from traditional weddings and clothing etiquette to superstitious moms and embarrassing fathers.

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