As we are heading towards the fading age of Indian comics, let's look back to some of our favourite books to revive the childhood memories:

Nagaraj:
Nagraj, most popular fictional character among boys, was the longest-lived action superhero.


Chacha Chaudhary:
Comic named upon was a middle-class old man known for his intelligence and problem-solving attitude. Sabu, an alien from Jupiter planet, was an aide to Chacha and was famous for his physical strength.


Pinki:
Pinki, a funny five-year-old girl, was famous of messing things around her neighbourhood.

 

Lotpot:
Lotpot comic gave story of two funny brothers, one fat and another slim, involved in silly plots.

 

Billoo:
The comic was hit in 90s as the character 'Billoo' was a fun-loving and popular boy among girls. He always remained accompanied by his gang and pet 'Moti'.




Nandan:
Nandan magazine provided poems, games, colouring pages, stories, interactive columns and much more at a single platform and so was hit among kids and teenagers.



Champak
Most popular magazine among small kids was short-sized Champak that provided a mix of short interesting stories, puzzles, brain teasers, comic strips and jokes.


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