Indian author, illustrator, and graphic novelist Amruta Patil is renowned for her distinctive blending of narrative and visual art in her works. Her graphic books, which cover a range of topics including mythology, identity, gender, and social challenges, have won her praise.
The graphic novel "Kari" is one of her best works. It portrays the tale of a young lady named Kari who struggles with issues of identity, love, and urban living in Mumbai. The story explores issues of loneliness, sexuality, and human development, which are shown in a creative manner through Patil's artwork.
The other well-known graphic novel by Amruta Patil is titled "Adi Parva: Churning of the Ocean." It is a modernised version of the ancient Indian epic poem, the Mahabharata.
Nari Shakti Puraskar (Ministry of Women and Child Development)
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