Odayan – Wikipedia



2012 comic-book collection

Odayan is an Indian martial arts comedian e-book collection, created by means of Suhas Sundar and Deepak Sharma, and printed by means of Stage 10 Comics.[1] Set towards the backdrop of feudal Kerala, the collection revolves round Odayan, a mysterious vigilante who slowly builds a legal empire which is poised to destabilize the reign of the Zamorin.

Suhas Sundar received the award for Absolute best Creator at Comedian Con India (2012) for penning Odayan: Aarambham,[2] and Deepak Sharma was once nominated for the Absolute best Artist class.[3]

Odayan is ready in Bhargavakshetram, an alternative model of feudal Kerala. The tale starts with the legend of Parashurama’s awl, which is damaged into twenty-one items and scattered throughout Bhargavakshetram. Odayan, the titular persona, units out to assemble all of the items of the fabled awl. His quest comes to weeding out a Kalarippayattu grasp named Kalan as a result of he possesses a work of Parashurama’s awl. After profitable a work of Parashurama’s awl in a duel with Kalan, Odayan is going to Malabar, a port town in Bhargavakshetram. There Odayan earns the popularity of serving to some possible allies whilst intimidating others into becoming a member of his legal empire. He turns into extra robust, inflicting extra instability for the Zamorin’s reign. But this is a previous tragedy that drives Odayan to make a choice a lifetime of lawlessness.[4]

In the meantime, Kalan’s son, Unni, is motivated by means of revenge to go through Kalarippayattu coaching.[5]


  1. ^ Chhibber, Mini Anthikad (August 24, 2014). “An equivalent track”. The Hindu. Retrieved July 8, 2022.
  2. ^ Sen, Jhiunuk (August 25, 2014). “Caution: Graphic content material inside of”. Millennium Publish. Retrieved July 8, 2022.
  3. ^ “Comics are critical trade at 2d Comedian Con India awards”. MXM India. February 14, 2013. Retrieved July 8, 2022.
  4. ^ Biswas, Sreejita (July 25, 2014). “Complexity of gray”. Bangalore Replicate. Retrieved July 8, 2022.
  5. ^ “The go back of the green-masked Odayan”. Mid-Day. August 25, 2014. Retrieved July 8, 2022.


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