A bicycle decorated with jazzy golden metallic-danglers and pretty pink woolen flowers, showcased at the Kala Ghoda Art Festival, Mumbai in 2014.
Here, unlike everything else, this little golden shack, is unique because it houses as a protection suit for one of Bollywood’s most recognized actresses. You don’t see such creations easily in Mumbai, and this one in particular is at a prominent spot, facing the sea and under direct sunlight. What makes this picture most preferred on a mug is the color composition of the bamboo sticks as opposed to the wooden gate right beside it.
A simple zoomed-in shot of one of India’s vintage and long-established meter system utilized by local commutes such as the common taxi-cab and auto-rickshaw. The city may become modern and less superstitious each day but this will always remain the same!
Intricate light brown strings of ferns scattered in an emerging fashion, almost unreal, with a contrasting background of green, white and black which is placed on both sides of the print, giving it the look of tiny claws slowly taking control of the composition.
A bicycle tied to steel barriers, somewhere close to a movie theatre and also a railway station. Amidst all the traffic and chaos, this bicycle lay still for resting under the sun, only to be ridden again. The composition is very modern yet traditional as it depicts the imaginary picture of how Mumbai really functions today, from dust to stone. How people take some breathing space and again rise to challenges much greater than you and me; alone do people stand today but united they are in ambitions and dreams.