Through the graphic medium, he elaborately keeps translating his experiences of object, subject, people, cultures, customs and traditions, periods and circumstantial emotions, on the various pieces of plate in which lie his intricate thoughts. During this process, he confronts elements, which do not identify themselves until they start appearing on his plate.
He finds the entire process of printmaking extremely engaging and refreshing. He says, "I always tend to get deeply involved in it with great zeal. New works introduce me to novel new thoughts which, when celebrated through the medium of print on paper, form new relations, thus introducing me to a visual self-portrait which I was earlier unaware of.
"I realize that, whenever I express my thoughts through this technique, I begin to know myself better and self-realization becomes intense. Just as the image of a person, place or culture, reveals a clearer picture after a few more transactions, similarly I put the plate in the mordant after drawing on it, remaining curious of the results. Meanwhile, the graphic and mordant astonish me with a dialogue they seem to have with each other. It is this, which leads to self-satisfaction!"
For him, the accomplishment of self-portrayal becomes an integral part of self-realization, enabling to experience the emotional facets inside him, which change with time and circumstances. In this way he has attempted to project a complete picture of 'myself by including these reflections in my self-portraits.'