Woven against the backdrop of the tormented tales of the proletariats, natural degradation and existential questions has always been the undercurrent of my works. The concretization series of my work is about the existential pressures one goes through in the struggle to sustain in this world. The overpowering scaffolding and the human figure attempting to free from this binding is what I have been attempting to tell about the present model of developmental politics. Stored in both individual and social memories my works tend to covey the deep dark sides of urban migration coincided with the architectural structures. The artworks intend to display a general sense of distress and trauma in a symbolic and metaphoric way. Expressed both in figurative and non-figurative way, the sculptures croon the tunes of catastrophe and melancholy of the oppressed class of the society. As architectural boom is an integral part of urbanization, my recent works also tend to portray the same expressing the grey areas behind its occurrence and results. A sense of self-awareness playing between the lines is the key content of my works which reflects my journey as an artist from a small village to the metropolis.