Bendre experimented with various styles of painting throughout his life including western styles such as Cubism and Expressionism. This work is strongly influenced by the pointillist movement, as the entire image is built up from pixel like points of color.
The artist states: "...for me, the creative process begins with the blank canvas, by the dabbing of paint on it, the aim being to catch the original impact of the total image conceived. Things are nebulous in the beginning, become clearer by manipulating, by the application of more paint, dabbing, scratching, washing off, repainting, till I'm nearer to the original impact." (R. Chatterji N. Bendre, Bendre: The Painter and the Person, Singapore, 1990, p. 63.)