The project tries to understand mob violence through a human story. By looking at the personal and political circumstances that lead to it, learn from it, and build alternatives to spread awareness about mob lynching, politics of violence, mass hate etc. These graphic narratives aimed to educate the communities, especially the youth, who can induce the idea of harmony between communities. The project caters to youth and deals with mob lynching that questions mass hate. Language becomes an important tool for educating and communicating. For this, illustration is used as a medium to support the ethos of the story. The narrative uses rural Indians who migrate to cities as the protagonist to make better connections to the characters and overall message.
Keywords: comic book, graphic novel, illustration, sociopolitical, story