Being the story of a bird, not to be confused by one told by or to a bird…

A visual narrative re-constructed from Rabindranath Tagore’s ‘Tota-Nama’ or “A Parrot’s Tale” by artist Chaitanya Modak. “He sings, and eats fruits from my trees but does he know the shastras? He hops and flies about, no manners, no learning, something must be done about this wretch” The king wants this problem attended to. All the learned and wise men, courtiers, relatives jump up to the task (and take home cartloads of gifts from the king) Does the bird complete his eduction? Read the comic and find out.

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A narrative re-constructed from Rabindranath Tagore’s “Tota-Nama” by Chaitanya Modak
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“Don’t limit a child to your own learning, for she was born in another time.”

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