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Digital Art Series of 108 Hearts
In collab with Leons Digital


“Tapas” is a Sanskrit word used to describe the diligence which is essential for maintaining a yogic practice. Tapas is derived from the root word “tap” meaning “to burn”, and has been translated as heat, fire, unwavering zeal, and passion. Tapas may be understood as the will to cleanse oneself by burning away impurities through regular practice.


Most complex, most sophisticated and most amazing minds are destroyed by madness when they are not aligned with their respective bodies. Align them well and the magic happens. This sculpture is born out of one of my personal pursuits to get them all aligned in tune to play life well. It’s all within our hearts and we can do it.

Ephemeral portal

Made with countless butterflies forming a portal like space at the centre with 13 powerful mandala motifs wishes to remind us that time is fleeting and while it’s relative we have very less time to transcend but it’s possible and the universe will make it’s way for us if only we want to. Take a deep breathe and just pass through it.


Nestled within a realm where creativity dances with craftsmanship, a heart sculpted from the very essence of Earth stands as a testament to both artistry and emotion. Precious stones, like vibrant dreams suspended in reality, adorn its surface, catching every glint of light and whispering tales of rarity. This stone and jewel symphony, this heart of meticulous dedication, resonates as an ode to the eternal nature of both human imagination and love’s enduring power. For my mum!


At the crossroads of nature’s delicate grace and mankind’s innovation, a heart emerges split in duality. On one side, nature’s hand has sculpted this heart from earth’s elements, an ode to the raw beauty of the world. The other side beats with the pulse of robotics, a symphony of precision and technology. Together, they embody the profound interplay of organic elegance and mechanized ingenuity, inviting contemplation on the evolving dance between nature and human creation.


In a mesmerizing fusion of life’s enigmatic dichotomy one facet tells a story of earthly transience, where a human skull rests amidst stones and marigold flowers—a poignant reminder of mortality’s embrace softened by the vibrant hues of existence. On the flip side, the heart transforms into an emblem of nature’s enduring vitality, as lush green moss thrives alongside weathered stones and the same skull, now a testament to the cycle of renewal inviting us to ponder life’s intricate tapestry.