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Akanksha Prasad

Country Manager @Touchtalent.. A person who believes in the power of optimism and hope. I believe in doing my best in everything I do. I heard a quote by William Blake, "I must create a system or be enslaved by another man's; I will not reason and compare; My business is to Create." So, I will write about anything that captures my attention. Hope you like it. Interests:- Art, Photography, Music, Wildlife, Limnology, Archaeology, Psychology,...'

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When you play the Game of Thrones, you either win or die. There is no middle ground

For those who haven’t seen the series: The Game of Thrones TV series is based on George R.R. Martin’s series of fantasy novels, called “A Song of Fire and Ice.” The series is set on two fictional continents called Westeros and Essos in a time where seasons are decade long. A decade long summer gives way to further long winter. It’s a tale of members of various noble houses who are lead into a state of civil war for the one and only Iron Throne, on which sits the ruler of Seven Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm.


Game of Thrones has a huge fan following across the world and artists at Touchtalent are not aloof from it. Here are a series of fun sketches of some of my favorite characters + a walk down memory lane. Art really does imitate life, doesn’t it?



The “Mother of Dragons”: she gets burnt, she emerges alive with a set of three dragons proving that she has the Dragon blood running through her veins. Danaerys is pretty kickass!



This television series brings to life a varied number of fictional characters like dragons, dire wolves, zombies, giants, warlocks, etc. There are many cities named on certain Greek or Roman themes .



Fictional kingdoms like Winterfell, King’s Landing, The Iron Islands, Astaphor, Mereen, Braavos, etc set in the continents of Essos and Westeros, only make you want to never jump back into reality.



The series portrays a series of characters who are morally ambiguous and so there are issues of treason, social hierarchy, civil war, crime, corruption, religion, loyalty, punishment and politics.



Tyrion Lannister, who is also referred to as “The Imp” has certain nasty things on his list of favorites.


 When you tear out a man’s tongue, you are not proving him a liar; you’re only telling the world that you fear what he might say. tweet

Who is waiting for season 5 now? (Me me me)

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