Painting captures a Ghat from the river Ganges. The ghat has big platforms and wide stairs with narrow heights. Criss-cross of electric wires, serves as a rest stop for birds. Big rounded umbrella like structures, made of coconut leaves and bamboo sticks, occupied by priests and frequented by Indian tourists who take a dip in Ganges to wash their sins .
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He aspires to motivate others to pursue field of art professionally and enjoys the unique freedom of expression that only artists have.
Jay Kumar Gupta is a final year student, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Banaras Hindu University.