Most of his creations are intensely thought-provoking and take us to the world of ceaseless debating thoughts of coalescence of rural lifestyles with modernity….the simplicity & serenity of the countryside, its vivacious and joyous festivals, the small but cohesive social groups, their traditions, customs and rituals……to the stifling, nerve-wracking and fast paced urban life. His paintings convey the message - “Back to Nature”.
One of the participating artists of the 53rd Fremdeblicke exhibition, titled 'Does it make Sense? ', he was a significant participant in the making of “The Longest Painting of the world : The Kankaria lake, Ahmedabad” in 1999 which was painted by 2200 artists together for three days and nights continuously and has found a place in ‘The Guinness Book of world Records’. The “86 Feet longest mural work in Gandhi Nagar, Sachivalaya” stands as yet another example of his artistic endowment.
A few of his paintings are featured here and to find out more about him, you may please visit his facebook account
by Sudeepta Mohapatra
(On behalf of the Fremdeblicke Team)