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 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...
Ratings & Reviews
12 Ratings &
Open ended stories.. Food for mind.. but not for everyone
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 banerjee.. but 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
This book was my first try at graphic novels. I really liked the writers take on the way things go about in our country. He has presented a sarcastic view on the things we have been seeing over years of growing up. A express light read while travelling.