I paint a realistic portrayal of architectural buildings. I believe that a house is not mere
assemblage of concrete and cement, rather it is suffused with past and human feelings and it is to show these ancient sensitivities, I paint them. In creating an image or work, I first, picture the image or idea, then sketch on paper, measure the image to size and then transfer it on to a surface to start painting. My fondness for the architecture of Jaipur finds its roots in my Art College, a historic haweli
representative of Jaipur's exquisite architecture, standing in the kishanpole bazaar of the walled city. Its there that I sat face to face with the beauty and aesthetics of a structure, imbibed it and my soul forged a lasting relation in the 10 years I spent in service of art in Jaipur.