About The Book
Indira Gandhi is perhaps one of the few Indian leaders whose recognition factor has not diminished with time. Her legacy, both in terms of politics and progeny continue to impact the future of this country. In Indira Gandhi—The Final Chapter Suraj ‘Eskay’ Sriram, through his cartoons and illustrations, presents a snapshot of the Indian political and social scene at the time.
Presented with tongue-in-cheek humour and cynicism, ‘Eskay’ has an uncanny knack of getting to the heart of the matter with just a few swift strokes of his pen. He brings to light some of the serious problems which faced (and continue to face) India in a witty and lighthearted matter. What better way to reacquaint ourselves with the good, the bad, the ugly—and the humourous!—events that took place during the ‘final chapter’ of Indira’s reign?
About The Author
Suraj Sriram was a freelance cartoonist in Mumbai from 1976 to 1984. Known in the media circles as ‘Eskay’, his editorial cartoons and illustrations have appeared regularly in most leading newspapers and magazines published in the city. He left for the United States of America in 1985, where he freelanced as a cartoonist in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and also taught cartooning in schools, colleges and design institutions.
He is a member of the National Cartoonist Society of America and has received awards for his editorial cartoons from the New England Press Association. Though retired and currently back in India, his editorial cartoons continue to be published weekly and monthly in leading business papers in Boston, USA.