Vishwajyoti Ghosh engages in visual arts, graphic novels, documentaries and storytelling. He uses the medium of comics and graphic storytelling as an advocacy tool to communicate on social and development issues across South Asia. His graphic novel ‘Delhi Calm’ (2010) recalls the particularly incisive and controversial period of 1975 to 1977, referred to in India as ‘The Emergency’. The graphic novel brings together realistic comic passages with political commentaries and fantastical elements. In 2013, he curated ‘This Side That Side: Restorying Partition’, an anthology of graphic narratives by 48 illustrators and authors from South Asia. With impressive diversity of styles and perspectives, it deals with the Partition of the Indian subcontinent. “This astounding collection of talent from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh examines the human need for something other than what history and its makers dictate”, praised US illustrator Joe Sacco, pioneer of modern comic reporting. Besides being a political cartoonist and writing editorials on current issues, Ghosh is also an avid podcaster as a medium of storytelling with his popular podcast ‘Kissa Stories’, available across all major platforms. Currently, as a visiting faculty member, he is also teaching courses on Visual Storytelling at Ashoka University, Sonipat.