Dubai’s white, cool, sparkling-clean sands (almost always) screamed at me each time I stepped out – dig in, they said. This one time (the only time I braved a walk with a pair of hawai chappals) in DSO, the thought entered my quirky head – the distance is, mathematically speaking, shorter if we crossed the … More My self-curated desert safari experience
Clean roads beautifully laid never to be dug up again for faulty electrical cables or new fiber optic lines, excellent public transport system that keeps time and actually adheres to road rules as against being a bunch of vehicles run by narcisstic mcps who cant get it off elsewhere, relaxed people walking around minding their … More Dubai for me
Surge of plastic. Bowls. Boxes. Satchets. Ziplocks. Carry bags. In school, we were all taught consumerism. Was it just for the coming economics exam? Acquisition of goods and services in ever-increasing amounts is consumerism. Our minds and bodies seem to accelerate during october-november owing to navarathri and deepavali. Can we all pull the reins for … More Navarathri approaches. A nightmare for us green warriors!
Of all the silhouettes, there are some that I cant take my mind off. Buddha tops that list after the mighty Nataraja. After him comes shore temple and the camel in a desert in Rajasthan. This was an order from Bombay, I had a free hand to represent the buddha however I wanted. These are … More Buddha, the artistic silhouette
What could be better than a marriage of neli kolams and pallanguzhi?
A client trusted me this ! I heard of Bapu only from her. A great artist that he was, some of his paintings are so beautiful in terms of expression. I wish to try more of his works.
I decribed it this way to a friend – ‘It is like having Benedict Cumberbatch in front of you and being tied to the wall two feet away from him’ Any chore that kept me from my painting felt unimportant. It is a romance, between me and the painting taking shape, slowly growing into this … More Tree of life – kalpavruksha