The ethos of rural landscape of farmlands and the imageries of miniatures and mythology rendered in linear format marks the art practice of Bharat Dodiya. Bharat carries his roots from his rural original inhabitation within him. For him, the painstaking act of depicting repetitive linear images and his minute attention to detail is therapeutic as he associates it with the tedious job of tilling or tending the farmland. The depictions that result are imageries are derived from nature, mundane and daily life experiences, the issues regarding urbanization and climate change and last but not least; the farming landscape. They are interspersed with images from Indian miniature and mythology. These continuous images, often repetitive and entangled with each other, bring out a linear rhythm and design. Reminiscent of the tondo canvas, the round shapes of these focal points seem to be a window, giving a sneak peek into the world that he identifies with. This world of images is in stark contrast with the flat colored background. The boundary between these opposing styles is broken and perforated in places through the colors bleeding into the imageries or the sparse presence of similar images in his works.