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Are you a book worm? Yes? Good! So you are going to love whatever is coming ahead. Every one of you who likes reading books must be having a huge collection of books that you would have already read. Or maybe some of the very enthusiastic readers would be having a big library of books.
But you haven’t read these graphic Indian novels you are missing out on a very big thing. Graphic novels are making their own place among the readers and trust me once you start reading them you just get hooked to them somehow. Graphic novels are not just limited to the world of comedy, they are touching many other sides of life now. Some of these novels are also about the real-life experiences.
If you have not yet introduced yourself to the world of graphic novel then just update your reading list by adding these Indian graphic novels to your library.


The Aghori by Ram V, Gaurav Shrivastava and Vivek Goel
A book by Ram V, Gaurav Shrivastava and Vivek Goel, which narrates the story of Vikram Roy who turns into an aghori.




The Sadhu by Gotham Chopra and Jeevan Kang
The Sadhu is a book based on a British character called James who realizes he has some powers and uses those powers to control mystical forces.




Kari by Amruta Patil
A story about lesbianism and the search for our true self. A beautiful story by Amruta Patil, must read it.




Delhi Calm by Vishwajyoti Ghosh
You will love this one. The book narrates the story of three different characters who are stuck in a world of political turmoil.




Hush by Prateek Thomas, Vivek Thomas and Rajiv Eipe
A story of a school girl who is also a victim of sex abuse. A silent book that beautifully narrates the story with ink paintings.




Kashmir Pending by Naseer Ahmed and Saurabh Singh
Set at the horrific condition of Kashmir during the military ravage of 1989, this book will give you chills.




Sarah: The Suppressed Anger of the Pakistani Obedient Daughterby Ayesha Tariq
The story of a girl who is a part of a very conservative family. Her struggles and her life will make you feel an instant connection to this book.




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Author: Anjali Semwal
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