And the Party Goes On
A graphic novelist's take on the Indian National Congress which celebrated its 125th anniversary this month.art and culture Updated: Dec 26, 2010 00:26 IST
From three-piece suits to khadi cottons, from a club of pipe-smoking gentlemen to the hub of
coalition politics, the Indian National Congress has had one long journey in the 125 years of its existence. With a star cast of patriots, dreamers, 'fakirs', socialists, entrepreneurs, intellectuals, rebels and trouble makers, it's been one long party since the first INC session started in Bombay on December 28, 1885.
Graphic novelist Vishwajyoti Ghosh presents his own version of 10 illustrated moments in the party's illustrious life.