A Tribute to Bundela Painting

Author & Publication Design

Situated amidst an idyllic landscape surrounded by forested hillocks and nurtured by the placid waters of River Betwa, Orchha, is special for its religious and cultural importance not only in Bundelkhand but in the whole of Indian Sub-Continent. In addition to its enchanting natural setting and enormous architectural edifices, paintings form an integral part of the Bundela visual culture. As artistic embellishments, these depictions play a vital role in conveying narratives – both sacred and secular. These wall paintings not only impart a special character to the edifices but also remain to be the only repositories of the now lost Bundela Kalam.


The Magic of Mandu – Suhur-e-Shaadiabad

ISBN: 978-8193208540
Author & Publication Design

In the very heart of the Indian Subcontinent, “Highlands of Central India” constitute an important landscape that has fostered human population since time immemorial. To its north-west, an extended elevated plateau of volcanic origin “Malwa” nurtured by a plethora of criss-crossing rivers, presented the most congenial climatic conditions for human habitation. This otherwise dull landscape is sprinkled with low-rise isolated hillocks, generally devoid of human presence. However, one such prominent outcrop  went beyond the obvious and reached the zenith of urban sophistication.​​​​​​​


Brahmi – Rediscovering the lost script

ISBN: 978-8193208519
Author & Publication Design

‘Brahmi’ probably the most ancient script known to India, majorly seen during 4th – 3rd century BCE, during the reign of Asoka the great. The book is a comprehensive analysis of the Brahmi as a script in addition to covering all major Brahmi inscriptions found in India, and its boundaries. This book also talks about ancient writing styles and how they further developed into various other descendants. Numerous historical tidbits have been pieced together for the sake of maintaining continuity and interest. The challenging task of translating large amount of text into visual data has also been achieved through plethora of photographs, illustrations, and chronological timelines.


Van Vihar & Malaria Epidemic Monitor

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Malaria being a life threatening disease may be taken very casually in many parts of the world and the major zones that fall into Malaria epidemic zones are the parts of  Africa and India. The main reason for people for not being so attentive and remain carefree is the simple symptom known as fever. Many a times this fever goes very high and is accompanied with headaches and vomiting tendencies. Lot many times the patient is unable to reach to the healthcare providers or patients caretakers do not know about the complexities or what care should be taken during that time. Due to this reason the design solution will focus on addressing the need for awareness and will keep the option open for answering multiple questions; this may be in terms of connecting people directly in fields.