His Common Man could be one among us.
But, unlike us, he was a good observer and a brilliant listener.
He could observe the subtlety of matters, which we blatantly overlook, so gracefully.
These are matters of concern to the Common Man, matters of true concern at that!
The Common Man Takes A Stroll.
A surge of nostalgia as I unearth THIS timeless gem. For, The Common Man was SO observant. #RKLaxman Dated 21.6.2000 pic.twitter.com/NGanPVuo1w
— Poonam Khanduja (@stiryoursouls) January 28, 2015
Here's presenting five of his masterpieces from this classic masterpiece, in its own right.
|Getting the right Diwali Offer.|
Is it Toothpaste + TV or the other way round? :D
|Terrorism dominates the land.|
Even today. :(
|Ladies And Gentlemen...|
|For, Gandhi's print from one to another.|
The Saga Continues... :D
Time has stood still for now.
They are fresh as a daisy at the moment.
No, they won't.
Yes, you've left.
But the heart never forgets.
Albeit a void remains...
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A good laugh and a long sleep are the two best cures for anything.
You gave us a good laugh with your satire.
Every single time, Sir.
May you rest in peace, till posterity, Sir.
Six square feet for 'You Said It' in a twenty thousand square feet newspaper for his 'Common Man'.
Six feet from his head to his heels was all he needed, for himself.
Laughing Away Those Tensions, Our Anxiety...
Absorbing, Observing All Nuances Of Society...
Xeroxing. Portraying That Same Common Man...
Molding His Humor, Satire With Much Elan...
Acknowledging The Hardships And Small Joys...
Naming The Man As One Of Us With All Poise...
The Common Man...
Who Said It All...