Tinkle Magazine No.601

Rajani Thindiath
    Also, do not miss a freewheeling chat with the super talented Amol and Partho Gupte in Tinkle Spotlight.


Pran Kumar Sharma - 2017
    This applies appropriately to PINKI, the five year old little girl, who is often seen carrying her pet Kut-Kut, the squirrel. This strip was created by cartoonist Pran in 1978. The series became a tremendous hit in short period. Soon the hilarious encounters of PINKI started appearing in Punjab Kesari, JagBani, Hind Samachar, Sandhaya Times, Mayura, Lot Pot and several other newspapers. M/s Diamond Comics Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, have compiled it into book forms in ten languages. Many manufactures have used this character on their children goods to promote the sales. The whole neighbourhood of Pinki is scared of menace of her doings. She wants to help uncle Jhapatji busy painting the furniture. "If you want to help me, go away!" He screms. Other characters in the series are, Champu, Bhiku, Didi, Principal Tasmut, PINKI'S parent and grand parents.

The Silent Teacher

Adurthi Subba Rao


Motoki Monma - 2004
    Thai translation rights in Thailand by SIAM INTER COMICS"อิตโต้ นักเตะเลือดกังฟู ภาค 2 เล่ม 17"

Tinkle Double Digest 3

Anant Pai
    Find out what he does next in The Fox in the Pit.

Rage Comics

M. Gusto - 2011
    150 Rage Comics in glorious paperback. This is a collection arranged bound and assembled with some of best and funniest representations of them. A great gift or book for your comic collection.

Ina Mina Mynah Mo: Tinkle Collection

Luis Fernandes - 2011
    Watch how he wriggles out of this one in Pizza Anyone?• Jagannath promises to buy an LCD TV if Mina scores well in maths. But what he doesn’t know is how much trouble this deal will put him in!Read all about it in On Your Marks.• It’s war between Jagannath and his neighbor! And all over the watering of plants. Who will win this battle? Find out in Green Fingers.


Amar Chitra Katha - 2015
    Filled with the most recognizable Indian comic characters, from Suppandi to Shikari Shambu, from Kalia the Crow to the Defective Detectives, Tinkle Digest also features new work by some of India's most exciting writers and artists for children. And that's not all! Each issue comes with loads of knowledge pages, facts and value education. The perfect size to read anywhere, Tinkle Digest will never disappoint.

The Deadly Feast: Jataka Tales - Wisdom Conquers All

Yagya Sharma - 1988
    Scheming rivals, foolish rulers and wicked courtiers leave him undaunted. He can organise king Vaideha's security, a network of spies and a royal wedding with equal flair. so, when a deadly plot is revealed, it is Aushadha who swings into action.

Funny Minecraft Memes (The Best Funny Books #2)

Jess Franken - 2015
    Are you a fan of Minecraft? Do you enjoy the Minecraft Diary series? Then you'll love this collection of funny Minecraft jokes and memes.

Angry Birds #1: Mini-Comic #2 (Angry Birds Mini-Comic)

Jeff Parker - 2014
    Angry Birds, the world's favorite mobile game franchise, is now the world's favorite digital comic! This issue's featured story, "Propiganda" by Jeff Parker and César Ferioli is sure to slingshot it's way into your heart!

Ultimate Scott Pilgrim Color Edition: Book 4 - Comics Graphic Novels

Jessica Yelton - 2020

Sukhu and Dukhu

Swapna Dutta
    But the gentle and generous nature of the daughter brings good fortune. Six queens plot against the seventh, jealous that she is bearing the King's heir, and accuse her of witchcraft. A thoughtless queen decrees that anyone who cries in her kingdom will be thrown out, not foreseeing that one day she too might feel sorrow. India has a rich heritage of folktales, most of which are never written down, present only in a rapidly vanishing oral culture. Each region and language has its own particular set of stories – though many tales recur across different traditions. The stories here are taken from Bengal.

The Elusive Kaka

B.R. Kurkal
    Later, the memory of the hills and forests which are his home call him back. Kacha goes back to his people and is made the Kaka or village chief. However, the Hegade or feudal lord authorised to collect tribute on behalf of the king, exploits the villagers by demanding in excess and keeping more than half for himself. Kacha is determined to fight this tyranny. The Elusive Kaka is adapted from the Kannada play, Kakana Kote, written by Masti Venkatesha Iyengar. It speaks of the bond that the Kurubas have with the forest and how they must fight to preserve it, if they must preserve themselves.


Sanjana Kapur - 2013
    Things take an unexpected turn when Bheeshma disrupts the swayamvar and kidnaps the three princesses for his brother, Vichi-travirya, the ruler of Hastinapur. Amba vows to avenge the insult meted out to her. She appeals to several kings and princes to help her destroy Bheeshma but they all refuse as he is too powerful an adversary to challenge. Disappointed and filled with rage, Amba decides to take revenge herself and prays to Shiva to guide her. Amar Chitra Katha tells the compelling story of one who played a crucial role in the final outcome of the epic battle of Kurukshetra.