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Indian Illustrator Hilariously Captures What It’s Like Growing Up In An Indian Family

Brown Paperbag is the name of a series of comics about what it’s like growing up in an Indian family. They were created by Sailesh Gopalan, a 21-year-old design student from Mumbai who studies at the Srishti School of Art Design and Technology in Bangalore, and since the comics first appeared in June 2016 they’ve already amassed a collective following of almost 150k people.
The artist describes his comics as “a slice-of-life comedy webcomic aimed at highlighting the ironies and exploiting the stereotypes that prevail in Indian families and society in a satirical fashion,” and as you can see from the collection below, they touch upon everything from traditional weddings and clothing etiquette to superstitious moms and embarrassing fathers. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite!

#1 Indian Family Comics

#1 Indian Family Comics

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#3 Indian Family Comics

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#8 Indian Family Comics

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#9 Indian Family Comics

#10 Indian Family Comics

#10 Indian Family Comics

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