Pachydermal Punch

The political satire cartoon in pic1 was illustrated by guy in pic2, who’s better  known for drawing the characters of a very popular book-series for kids, written by the uber-famous guy in pic3.

The inspiration for two of the lead characters in the afore-mentioned book-series, was the son of the guy in pic3 and the furry creature in pic4 .

The task is simple. Id the references to the two elephants in pic1 [ both were Indian political Parties back then, one still is ] , and the people shown in pic2, and pic3 .

Owing to the sheer size of this connect,this should be classified as a monthly, I guess 🙂

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pic2

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pic3

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pic4

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Cracked completely by v0g0n,Kumar G V and Debasish

and partially by Rachit Agarwal.

@Anees [ To which of my subquestions was that an answer 😛 ]

Answer:

Illustrator EH Shepard (pic 2) (of Winnie the Pooh fame) depicts the mainly Hindu Congress organisation and the Muslim League as two elephants (pic 1) ignoring each other in a 1946 cartoon for Punch.

Winnie the Pooh was written by A.A.Milne (pic 3). [ his son being the inspiration for Christopher Robin’s character].

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5 thoughts on “Pachydermal Punch

  1. Kumar G V says:

    pic 1:the two parties are indian national congress and muslim league

    pic 2:the guy is E.H.Shepard

    pic 3: the guy is A.A.Milne-the author of Winnie the Pooh

  2. Cartoon of The New Elephant House by Ernest H.Shephard who illustrated for AA Milne’s “Winnie the Pooh”. He worked earlier for the Punch magazine. The bear that inspired Milne belonged to Lieutenant Harry Colebourne. The bear was named Winnie after the Lt. hometown Winnipeg, Canada.

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