About Me


Vishwajyoti Ghosh is the author of the graphic novel ‘Delhi Calm’  (www. delhicalm.wordpress.com),  a political graphic novel set in the 70′s and a visual book of postcards ‘Times New Roman & Countrymen’. Ghosh is also the creator of the cartoon column ‘Full Toss’ in Hindustan Times Edit
Page, every Sunday, besides his earlier columns like Backlog in Little Magazine and Acid Test in Down to Earth. His comics are regularly published in various journals and anthologies, both in India and
Associated with ‘Inverted Commas’ a communications initiative, he is currently working on a mapping project in the wokers’ clusters of Gurgaon.

As a founder member of the Pao Collective, he also remains an active and dynamic participant in graphic/comics artists’ collective projects and works often with graphic artists from different parts of South Asia.

Thanks a lot for visiting my page.

Have a look…
Vishwajyoti Ghosh
New Delhi, India


9 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Anil Vermaa says:

    Dear Vish, Its great and diffrent, would be visiting in now and then to check out new entries.

  2. Prachi says:

    I liked it a lot. Will check time to time, so keep it up!

  3. nomita says:

    I would like to get in touch with you regarding an art project.
    Kindly let me know what your email address is/
    Great Work!

  4. hazman says:

    Jolly Good that man! Love your site!

  5. Ryan Holmberg says:

    Dear Vishwajyoti.
    I am writing a review of Delhi Calm for the Comics Journal in the United States. Coincidentally, I am in India until the end of September. I would like to be in touch to ask some questions about the book, and potentially to meet in person. Please email me.
    thank you

  6. Nina Mickwitz says:

    Hi! I am working on a PhD on comics and graphic novels as a documentary medium and have been impatiently awaiting the pao collective anthology including Lahore Reporting, but can’t find out how to get hold of it from the UK – can you help?

  7. sandhya says:

    Hi! I’m working in Delhi University, Venkateswara College and would like to speak with you in connection with a seminar on the comic/ graphic. I left a message on penbrush as well. Do get in touch!
    Much thanks,

  8. Maud Page says:

    Hi, we are in Delhi researching artists for the forthcoming Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in Queensland Australia, and would love to hear more about your work. We’re in Delhi next week (22nd – 26th April). Would you be available/keen to meet?
    Maud & Tarun

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