Books authored by Amruta Patil

Amruta Patil

Indian author, illustrator, and graphic novelist Amruta Patil is renowned for her distinctive blending of narrative and visual art in her works. Her graphic books, which cover a range of topics including mythology, identity, gender, and social challenges, have won her praise.

The graphic novel "Kari" is one of her best works. It portrays the tale of a young lady named Kari who struggles with issues of identity, love, and urban living in Mumbai. The story explores issues of loneliness, sexuality, and human development, which are shown in a creative manner through Patil's artwork.

The other well-known graphic novel by Amruta Patil is titled "Adi Parva: Churning of the Ocean." It is a modernised version of the ancient Indian epic poem, the Mahabharata.

Nari Shakti Puraskar (Ministry of Women and Child Development)