Suddhasattwa Basu (born 1956) is an Indian author, animator, and illustrator from New Delhi, India. Born in West Bengal, Basu studied fine arts at the Calcutta College of Art and Crafts. He began his career as an illustrator and designer for the children's magazine Target. He has illustrated several children's books such as The Counterfeit Treasure (2001), by Arup Kumar Dutta, titles for the National Book Trust and has also authored a picture book, The Song of the Scarecrow (2002). Basu's noteworthy work includes his nature illustrations for Khushwant Singh's Nature Watch and his work in Ka: The Story of Garuda (2004), retold by Geeta Dharmarajan. Basu has designed and directed for television, a ten-part animation serial Gayeb Aya (1990) based on short stories published in Target.
As Author and Illustrator 
As Illustrator 
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