Sudhir Tailang Famous Cartoonist


Sudhir Tailang  Famous Cartoonist 

Sudhir Tailang was born in Bikaner, Rajasthan in 1960. Tailang, who made his first cartoon in 1970, when he was just 10 years old, started his career with the Illustrated Weekly of India, Mumbai, in 1982.
He worked with the Hindustan Times for about two decades where he drew the front-page pocket cartoon Here & Now, daily - apart from his big political cartoons. He also had a brief stint with the Indian Express. Presently he draws a daily political cartoon for the edit page of the Asian Age and the Deccan Chronicle.

Awards and Achievements

He was given Padma Shri, one of the highest civilian awards of India, by the President of India in 2004 for his contribution to the art of cartooning.