• A Day at Vrindavan

    “According to tradition and recorded evidence, Krishna was raised in the cowherding village of Gokul by his foster parents Nanda Maharaj and Yasoda. The Bhagavata Purana describes Krishna’s early childhood pastimes in the Vrindavan forest where he, his brother Balarama, and his cowherd friends stole butter, engaged in childhood pranks and fought with demons. Along… Continue Reading

  • Framed!!

    Remember the Madhubani Paintings I did based on Kayastha and Tattoo style? I got them framed recently. And they look gorgeous framed. I know I am blowing my own horn – but I really do love them. And I wanted to share it with everyone. I really do LURVE them!!! And yes, I have decided… Continue Reading

  • Coming Soon @thebangaloresnob

    After a week of hardwork I have finally managed to create my colorful piece of artwork. And I plan to unravel it soon.. But I could hardly wait to show everyone a little glimpse of what to expect. So here it goes!!  Any guess what it really is?

  • Madhubani #2: The Yellow Sky

    Charity and Business begins at home. And my parents are perfect example of this. They came (to my place), they saw (my paintings and collection) and they conquered (bought all my paintings and lamp). They took everything. And so I was left empty handed. But then I came up with my latest painting – The… Continue Reading

  • Madhubani #1: Paintings

    Two painting up for sale. This is based on two themes: Bridal Procession: This is something that I made with my cousin in mind – TheDelhiBride. She is getting married this weekend and I am so excited and happy for her. And her wedding brings back the sweet memory of my own which happened 1… Continue Reading

  • The New Section & The New Look

    With the onset of Navratra, and with the blessings of Durga Ma, I included an absolutely new section in my blog – The Shop. This is for those who like to have exclusive artistic pieces in their house – pieces that tell a story, reflect the strong traditional values and yet are chic. Let the… Continue Reading

  • Handmade #4: The Śaiva Lamp

    On the outset, I must apologize – I wanted to create a pendant lamp but then it turned out so pretty that I did not have the heart to hang it – it looks better as a showpiece. The Theme for my painting: Lord Shiva. It is depicted in the three painting of Lord Ganesh… Continue Reading