All the views and thoughts are fictitious.  It’s all imaginary.
 
a tale of tragedy…
 
London, 1933
 
The Great Depression Era
Foremost and the potential threat to the Western nations
the British, in particular.
 
London! the western progressive hub for the sub-continental intellects
precariously pondering on the futuristic scenario of the world, the revival from the great depression,  Hitler’s makeshift...
looking forward to cope up with this unparalleled slump of the world history by their only hope ~  INDIA.
 
Four well-to-do Indians
living in the city for long time…
settled scrupulously and sumptuously likewise
in seldom, feel like disgraced shrewdly by the Westerns
spending their urban journey with the…
unanticipated twists and turns
 
“ I am afraid that this Depression time will let the British government thinking and planning the new settings for we peop...
“ I suspect the British Raj in India and the great Depression worldwide are becoming interdependent that may influence our...
“ That means they are now in panic and as usual they look forward to tackle me as they’ve been doing since 1857 in the Sub...
“ Hell man, it is the overall economic tragedy, but I feel it is us- the Indians got to  suffer in the future.” - Sanjay Lal
 
Spirited
Tolerated
Devoted
Sophisticated
Above all…
Intuitive
 
The tragedy is about to begin…
The Horses
 
‘‘ Let’s move to India and serve Gandhi… Our own and actual master”  - The Horses
Thoughts & Creation Kapil K. Kella Swang Communication Ahmedabad (Read the full story and unlock this tragic drama, contac...
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The Horses

  1. 2. All the views and thoughts are fictitious. It’s all imaginary.
  2. 4. a tale of tragedy…
  3. 6. London, 1933
  4. 8. The Great Depression Era
  5. 9. Foremost and the potential threat to the Western nations
  6. 10. the British, in particular.
  7. 12. London! the western progressive hub for the sub-continental intellects
  8. 13. precariously pondering on the futuristic scenario of the world, the revival from the great depression, Hitler’s makeshifts, the British Raj in India, the worldwide industrialization, and most importantly eyeing on Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi’s spiritual liberalization towards India and the people living there.
  9. 14. looking forward to cope up with this unparalleled slump of the world history by their only hope ~ INDIA.
  10. 16. Four well-to-do Indians
  11. 17. living in the city for long time…
  12. 18. settled scrupulously and sumptuously likewise
  13. 19. in seldom, feel like disgraced shrewdly by the Westerns
  14. 20. spending their urban journey with the…
  15. 21. unanticipated twists and turns
  16. 23. “ I am afraid that this Depression time will let the British government thinking and planning the new settings for we people, which would not be favorable at all.” - Hari Mohan
  17. 24. “ I suspect the British Raj in India and the great Depression worldwide are becoming interdependent that may influence our future in unconditional ways.” - Om Shastri
  18. 25. “ That means they are now in panic and as usual they look forward to tackle me as they’ve been doing since 1857 in the Sub-continent region.” - Girish Pandey
  19. 26. “ Hell man, it is the overall economic tragedy, but I feel it is us- the Indians got to suffer in the future.” - Sanjay Lal
  20. 28. Spirited
  21. 29. Tolerated
  22. 30. Devoted
  23. 31. Sophisticated
  24. 32. Above all…
  25. 33. Intuitive
  26. 35. The tragedy is about to begin…
  27. 36. The Horses
  28. 38. ‘‘ Let’s move to India and serve Gandhi… Our own and actual master” - The Horses
  29. 39. Thoughts & Creation Kapil K. Kella Swang Communication Ahmedabad (Read the full story and unlock this tragic drama, contact @ SWANG!)
  30. 40. SWANG Ideate expressions!
  31. 41. Thank you!
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