Presently based in Jaipur. I have always been fascinated with a certain creative simplicity that is extremely elementary in its nature. This fascination found itself being realized in objects such as children’s toys and playthings. Things like action figures, guns, jigsaw puzzle, mobile/kinetic sculptures (like the remote-controlled cars or hot wheels) seemed like this zone where reality was elevated almost to this loud, sarcastic, maniacal super-reality. And it is in this zone of the “super-real" where I found my interpretation of reality fit most comfortably. These were the tools that I used in some sense to write an account of the works. I feel my practice as an artist gives me the license to let the everyday, the unnoticed, the accidental to be part of my work. It is in the everyday that I find my work most strongly rooted in. It is a creative response to this sense of ordinariness. In fact, it is by referring to the mundane that my works attempt to place it in a different context.This is what I believe every creative person strives for. To react to a certain notion of reality around them.