The last illustration from a series of madgubani illustrations based on the story 'The crows and the snake' from the 'Panch Tantra Katha'. The illustration was displayed at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi, India.
The above illustration was used as the cover illustration for the invites that were sent out to dignitaries.
Madhubani illustrations from 2007.
Yet another Madhubani.
A majestic horse and its rider, leaping to glory!
Dexter's Lab- a sketch from 2006
Ankylosaurus was a huge armored dinosaur, measuring about 25-35 feet (7.5-10.7 m) long, 6 feet (1.8 m) wide and 4 feet (1.2 m) tall; it weighed roughly 3-4 tons.
Its entire top side was heavily protected from carnivores with thick, oval plates embedded (fused) in its leathery skin, 2 rows of spikes along its body, large horns that projected from the back of the head, and a club-like tail. It even had bony plates as protection for its eyes. Only its under-belly was unplated. Flipping it over was the only way to wound it.
Ankylosaurus had four short legs (the rear legs were larger than the front legs), a short neck, and a wide skull with a tiny brain. 
Sketch from 2008
Portrait of India's second President- Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Graphite on paper.