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Behind the Scenes of ‘Vyasa’: From the Sketchbook of Illustrator Sankha Banerjee

Breathing life into the story is illustrator Sankha Banerjee, whose stunning artwork almost gives a cinematic edge to a story that has been retold through generations.

Vyasa by Sibaji Bandopadhyay, is a stunning rendition of the beginning of the Mahabharata, the first of a trilogy that sets the stage for the grand battle of Kurukshetra.
Breathing life into the story is illustrator Sankha Banerjee, whose stunning artwork almost gives a cinematic edge to a story that has been retold through generations.
Here’s taking a peek into the sketchbook of Sankha Banejee, the magician at work.
The Epilogue
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The servant girl who loved Vyasa
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‘City of elephants’ — Hastinapura
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Bhishma
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Sauti is a dancer story-teller
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Another one from the sketchbook
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Stunning, don’t you think? Don’t wait to grab your copy now!
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