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Weekend Comic

#2: Loving Pooja - Featuring Mataji & Puttar

Kisy Kumala Sari | January 16, 2016

Cartoons  Indian Culture  

Pooja is a pretty common Indian girl name. I’m sure if you’re Indian (or even if you’re not), you probably know or are friends with someone with that name.

Pooja also means prayers and is a word that you may constantly hear growing up in an Indian household. If you’re not the pious sort, which most of the new generation aren’t – the following statements are probably some you’ve heard plenty of times:

Aaj pooja hai. Ghar jaldi pehuch jaana! Ghumne mat chale jaana‘ (There are prayers today. Get home early! Don’t make other plans. )

Akhri baar kab pooja ki thi tumne? Bilkul nasthik ho gaye ho!‘ (When’s the last time you prayed? You’ve become an atheist!)

We use this play on the word in our latest scenario between Mataji and Puttar…

Loving Pooja - Weekend Comic #2

If You Loved Pooja Too…

Do share it with family and friends if you enjoy it! And don’t forget to share any comic ‘moments’ you’ve had with your parents that you would love to see as a comic strip that features our 2 characters in the comments below!

Want to read more Weekend Comic? Check out our previous Weekend Comic – Make New Year Resolutions.

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Kisy Kumala Sari is an all round creative. She is a graphic designer, cartoonist (check out her Instagram) and illustrator. Having honed her craft with Indonesia's largest female accessory brand, Kisy brings a deep understanding of design to all of her work. She was recently part of the team behind "Pesona Indonesia", an adult coloring book available online. Other articles by this author

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Jan 28, 2016
Manu Raghavan says:

Hahaha. That’s pretty funny, Dhawal. I can totally see that conversation happening.

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