art, design, workshop, gallery, festival, international

Selected exhibitions as part of a collective:
2019 Selected for Auroville Art Residency, Auroville, India
• 2019, 2017 & 2015, Invited to participate & represent India in World Calligraphy Biennale, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea

• 2018 Gandhi Virasat Kaagazkala, an exhibition on Mahatma Gandhi's thoughts expressed through calligraphy on handmade paper, IGNCA, Delhi, India

• 2016 August, Zones of Privacy, books, sketch-books as a work of art, Chatterjee & Lal, Mumbai, India
• 2015 December, Callifest 2015, a festival of Indian scripts organized by eminent calligrapher Achyut Palav, Pune, India
• 2015 November, Fibre Fables, collaborative art show between 11 artists and the weavers of Raj Group, Panipat, The Stainless Gallery, Delhi, India
• 2014 November, Haanji Festival, Korean Cultural Centre, India
• 2014 October, One Asia Project, edition 3, Taipei, Taiwan
• 2012, One Asia Project, edition 2, international calligraphy exhibition, India International Center (IIC), Delhi, India
• 2010, Arpana Caur Gallery, Delhi, India


I have invited to various institutes & organisation to conduct calligraphy + typography workshops, presentations, etc.
Strate School of Design, Bangalore • Crafting Creative Communication, MICA, Ahmedabad • Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology, Bangalore • Ashoka University, Delhi • Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi

Left: 11th World Calligraphy Biennale, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea, 2017
Right: 10th World Calligraphy Biennale, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea, 2015
At concluding night where participant calligraphers had to write the message in their mother-script, watch here my contribution (Credit: Olga Makagonova)

Artwork for a charity for earthquake victims in Japan

Volunteer and participant artist; also conducted a small workshop at One Asia Project 2014, Taipei, Taiwan

Shortlisted to exhibit for ‘20 Under 35’ – where the work of 20 emerging designers was showcased
at DesignXDesign event at Alliance française de Delhi, India (February 2014)
(Photo credits: Mickey Bardava)