The ideas for my practice come from research on experiences of migration, citizenship, identity and spirituality. I focus on themes of body, transformation, transcendence and cultures surrounding queer existence. My art practice borders between planned and spontaneous. The work produced through this engagement comprise of digital photo-collages, painting, objects, video and recently mixed reality. The Indo-Persian miniature paintings done on Wasli insert the queer male body into the traditional narratives of Mughal and Raj era art. These themes in my paintings queer the grammar of patriarchal homophobic society. These also indicate an act of disobedience through depiction of a naked male body in the genre of manuscript art.