I was born and brought up in a baronial family of the north Bengal. According to the royal protocol and manner, I had very limited permission to interact with common children and therefore my childhood spent in loneliness. To avoid it, I got color pencils, crayons and drawing sheets to play. That childish game is now converted into a meaningful craft of my life.
From the structural perspective, my painting based on synthetic cubism - which later becomes standard in Indian style. I texturized my painting especially that indicates the home-craft of rural Bengal that is also very near to the texture of jute. It's a uniqueness that makes my painting stand out of others. From the grammatical perspective, my painting dominates the Indian custom, and in the framework of the ritualized Indian grammar, I configured the western ideas. The flows of two different visions come into the key-point that help me to plan my composition.