10 Indian Comics That We As A Kid Grew Up Reading

Hello Readers! Welcome back to Humor Nation. I still remember those days when reading comics used to be a leisure time and believing the facts from those comics were fun. The characters of the old comic books are still remembered and they invoke great memories of our childhood. So let’s start and revisit those memory lanes again.

So here is a list of those 10 Indian comics that we used to read during our childhood!

1. Tinkle

10 Indian Comics That We Grew Up Reading As A Kid

There would be no such child who wouldn’t know about the Tinkle comic series. These comics were read by every other kid during my childhood and was loved immensely. This comic was started in the year 1980 by Anant Pai.

2. Chacha Chaudhary

10 Indian Comics That We Grew Up Reading As A Kid

Who wasn’t in love with the character of Chacha Chaudhary? I guess no one. This was an iconic comic series and this comic also had a moral that a strong mind is the most powerful asset. The creator of this book is Pran Kumar Sharma.

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3. Amar Chitra Katha

Amar Chitra Katha was developed by Anant Pai and was the largest and also the most popular comic series. This was published in 20 different languages and over 90 million copies were sold immediately after some time of its release. Amar Chitra Katha brings back so many old memories.

4. Tenali Rama

The character of Tenali Rama was very famous amongst the children of 2000s or the 90s. Tenali Rama’s amazing sense of humor, wisdom, and cleverness was loved by the kids tremendously.

5. Akbar Birbal

Akbar and Birbal were the lovely and royal duo and their stories were read by every kid of my generation. The stories always had a moral and such tales became famous all over the country within a short span of time.

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