Some Hindi Indrajal comics' covers

At the stroke of midnight, as India moved into August 15, 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first Prime Minister, read out the famous speech proclaiming India's independence.

The moment ended two centuries of British colonial rule. The land was no longer the summer retreat of British sahibs who fancied spices, shikar, elephants and snake-charmers.

Independence was also the end of nearly a century of struggle for freedom, battles, betrayals and sacrifices. It also created a situation where we were responsible for ourselves.

It wasn't a period of unqualified joy. For a lot of people, in spite of a new era promised by independence, partition was a painful reality and so was the bloodshed that accompanied it. That was 61 years ago. Much has changed; the struggle for freedom lives on in history books and memoirs, and on the tombstones of valiant martyrs. Politics has undergone a personality change from fiery idealism to a pragmatic cynicism. Karma drives the nation on its way forward, and population has crossed the billion mark.

Independence Day is an occasion to rejoice in our freedom and to pay collective homage to all those people who sacrificed their lives to the cause. It also marks the coming together of more than 400 princely states into one nation - India. This was probably our biggest diplomatic success.

Each year, August 15 gives us the reason to celebrate all this, and do much more - it is a time to contemplate what we have and how we achieved it.

I wish all Indians and Persons of Indian Origin, in India and abroad, a happy Independence day on its 61th anniversary. I hope it heralds the beginning of ongoing prosperity and happiness for the whole country. May the country live upto its glorious past and may we even excel it.

Here are some Hindi Indrajal Comics Covers, contributed by AJAY MISRA - the man who is well known for his contribution of Indrajal Comics & many more. His great efforts are remarkable.

Thanks Ajay!

Download covers (50.02 Mb)


Krishna on 12 August 2008 at 05:36 said...

as usual a great post! do you have the english version of the anoka muquabala? if so can you post it
happy independence day to all

Deb said...

This is awesome! Thanks, Prabhat & Ajay. I hope we'll get to see the comics as well.

Anonymous said...

Yaar ek baat batao, aaj tak meri samajh mein nahin aaya ke cover upload kar ke kisaka bhala hota hai?

Are yaar agar comics hai to poori upload karo na?

Cover ko kyaa shahad laga ke chaaten?

PBC on 15 August 2008 at 22:34 said...

anonymous: Isme jiska bhala ho raha hai, vo mazza le rahein hai. Aur jinko mazza nahin aa raha hai, dost, ye shahad laga ke chaaten ke liye nahin, achar laga ke khatapan mahsus karne ke liye hai. Kabhi kabhi khatta bhi chakhna chahie, hai ki nahin.

Anonymous said...

@Prabhat' books and comics

Could you please repeat, why you wrote. Can't make sense except first line.
Where did you learned to write?

And as for first line, my sympathy for those people.

PBC on 16 August 2008 at 15:19 said...

anonymous: Be courageous to write with your real name, your IP address and location is not a secret all ready.
I believe answer should be given in those language in which it asked. As about where I learn it, I learn in the motherland of this language. If don’t understand Hindi, there was no need to ask in Hindi. Ask it again in other language which you understand, I will reply you in same language.
You are not forced to visit and download. I don’t understand you, what is your problem? If you are not agreeing with me, please create a blog (if you don’t have, do you not have a blog?) and post what you want in your blog. It is very simple to say for you, try once …………..
Hundred comics I posted in very short period, obviously many had these & many new friends downloaded. This blog I created to post materials of my taste, and what my friends wish to see here.

Anonymous said...

Please post Phantom and Mandrake comics with Diana and Narda in these....

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:15 said...

@Prabhat' books and comics

Could you please repeat, why you wrote. Can't make sense except first line.
Where did you learned to write?

And as for first line, my sympathy for those people.

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