The human emotions especially of woman are effectively portrayed through black and white drawings, devoid of colours yet attractive. The simple grey, black colour of Ink and charcoal convey his thoughts to the viewer thus sharing the beauty with others.
The drawings show details - the men and women he draws show varying expressions and situations. Shapes and forms with shading are used to bring depth in the work. The marking of lines and areas of tone depict the environment and the complex circumstances he deals with in his work. His sensitive approach towards society enables him to create such drawings using ink and charcoal on paper and canvas.
He highlights the attire and heavy ornaments wear by the women of our region, which gives a deep meaning and understanding to his drawings. Some of the women wearing tehband with kurtas while the others wearing blouses and saris depicting a culture that surrounds us and keep our women intact with our values.
Among the drawings of smiling alluring young women revealing a new world of beauty there are some turban wearing men with grim faces in deep thoughts. The feminine beauty and strength both speaks of a desire for appreciation, admiration and love in his work.