Ajab–Ghar painting is based on the heritage building of Rajasthan School of Arts, which was originally the residence of Pandit Shivdeen, a minister of erstwhile Jaipur State during the reign of Sawai Raja Ram Singh II from 1825 to 1830. It opened in 1857 as Madarsa-e-Hunarior the Institute of arts under the patronage of Sawai Raja Ram Singh II. It is the oldest institution in the state to promote art and culture and is one of the pioneers in the tourist craft industry of Jaipur. The name changed to Maharaja School of Arts and Crafts in 1886. It was succeeded by the Rajasthan School of Arts, which was set up in the building in 1988, which was functional in this building till 2016. At present “The Museum of Legacies” has opened The building is located in Kishan Pole Bazar, in the walled city area of Jaipur, and is approximately 100 meters from Ajmeri Gate. It has roughly around 64 big and small rooms with 2 large halls and is 4 storied on the corners. The total carpet area is approximately 10,000 sq. meters. In my works, I recreate the architectural and antique structures of these and make it easy to illustrate some important facts of the change with the change from time to time. Paintings paint with acrylic colors. I try to paint beauty, content, and heritage.
My works show the architecture of state Rajasthan in (India) buildings and lanes of city Jaipur, Bundi, tonk of Rajasthan makes me feel fascinated.
The architecture and colors of these buildings and streets give me a feeling of belonging.
In my works, I recreate the architectural and antique structures of these alleys and make it easy to illustrate some important facts with the change of time. I paint the streets and buildings in many layers, with shadow by highlighting the angels of light. Describing the perspective of the building and the streets, the sky is painted with flat colors and try to refine the architecture in its creations and on the streets. In my artwork, I'm capturing the heritage of the cities.