The Indian Cartoon Gallery
Indian Cartoon Gallery, MG Road

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What we like

The gallery is a perfect space to introduce Bangalore to some of the best talent in the country. You are likely to recognize some of the names, like that of Ranga (the Late N.K. Ranganath), Maya Kamath, Mario De Miranda and Unni. You are also likely to recognize some of the cartoons from your morning paper routine. Apart from showcasing big names like S. D. Phadnis, Pran and R.K. Laxman, the gallery also provides new or aspiring cartoonists an opportunity to learn from the best.

  • World history and politics
  • Wittiest cartoons
  • Workshops
  • Exhibitions
  • Professional and amateur


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Tucked away in a narrow lane a little off the bustling MG Road, is the Indian Cartoon Gallery, the first of its kind in the country. An initiative of the Indian Institute of Cartoonists (IIC), the gallery was created as a space for both amateur and professional cartoonists to exhibit their work.

Apart from showcasing some of the wittiest cartoons in the country, the exhibit proves to be a brilliant commentary on world history and politics.

In keeping with their charter of aims and objectives, the gallery conducts workshops on cartooning for amateurs. All that one requires to be eligible are basic drawing skills.

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All Days : 9 AM to 6 PM
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Indian Cartoon Gallery

No. 1, Midford House, Mg Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001