The greatest work of an artist is his consciousness that always awakened his outlook and his ability to express such thoughts in his work. This work is a reflection either of his sub-conscious or conscious mind. This creative process is similar to mine, but during my work I try to not make any classification of Eastern or western culture. By this time Indian idealism may be expressed through western gestures.
Since the time of my childhood, Indian culture and its ancient cultural heritage influenced me, and since then, I have been highly influenced by MINISTRELS (BA-UL), worshipper of Bishnu (BAISNAB TAT-TWA) and spiritualism- (ADHYATMIKATA) and those recur in my works repeatedly.
But present social life and its ups and downs, stretches and strains, fluctuations etc. Cannot be ignored. I believe from the core of my heart that facts cannot be confirmed. Therefore, reflections and subjective views often peep in my works.
An attempt of harmonization between the male and female human body with beasts and birds paves the way to realistic pragmatism. This time an envious situation will have to be faced by the artist and that should be transgressed fact fully to overcome the consequences.
It is not my intention to create unnecessary complexity and deprived the spectators from aesthetical outlook. So I take much care for the aestheticism. The rest I leave for the viewers. Future is the greatest critic, so measurement of my works will be left for the future judgment.