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‘A Monk Who Trades’ started out as a tool to reach out to MCX's customers and stakeholders about the Dos, Don’ts and everything in between about exchanges and their functions.

 

The biggest challenge was to pick up subjects that were technical and informational in nature, and present them in a manner that would appeal to a much larger audience base.The idea was to make it educational without being academic. And what better way to do that, than with a little humour thrown in.

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We wrapped the message we wanted to convey in situations that weren’t just relatable but also entertaining. And thus, a new comic strip was born.In a highly regulated category that has a reputation of all work and no play, the comic strip was received exceptionally well. 

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The Monk

The one with all* the answers. The Voice of Reason in this extremely eventful and chaos-ridden world.*Conditions apply

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The Dude

This guy puts the ‘fun’ in dysfunctional. He has made a habit of being at the wrong place, at exactly the wrong time.

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THE CAT

If it had a name, it’d have been Snarky. A not-so-silent observer who has more than his two cents to offer on the goings-on around him.

 
 

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With a successful run of about 24 months across leading business dailies like Economic Times, The Hindu Business Line and Financial Express, it  received a lot of praise from readers as well as industry watchers.