Urban Chronicles 2

Urban Chronicles II,  highlights parenthood of urban dwellers through three visceral short stories. Today’s ever busy, fast society, with much to do, far too many choices, and too little time results in both, anxious parents, and, silent, rebellious children. While a child is most precious to parents, the stories question the strategies that parents are adopting to bring up their children.   In Lost and Found, Adrit, prefers to stay with his kidnapper, while in All that matters, Pankaj’s parents impose their unrealized dreams on their son without even attempting to understand what the boy wanted. The third story is an intriguing take on relationships when three generation embark on a cruise. In an age where time is a luxury and the reading habit is receding, graphic stories make messages easier to communicate. Nita Bajoria keeps it simple, with her empathetic and perspicacious view of life – a humane approach, even in criminality, that can forge unexpected bonds; living your dream every moment, without being burdened by the expectation of others (especially relevant in these times of loss due to Covid); finding yourself and others through rekindled relationships.


  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Published in India by BEE books (1 January 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 80 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 8194153603
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-8194153603


This book consists of a collection of three contemporary graphic short stories. The stories foray into the themes of parenthood, urban parenting, generation gap, and how different parenting styles have an impact on children.

Rohit Bhardwaj

With a style adapted like the way old comics used to appear in the store, the book already makes a beautiful place in the minds of readers with its concept.

– Asav

Simple yet so deep with full of messages to keep cherishing. I’m so overwhelmed with the Author’s way of writing.

– Sohini


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