He is a painter, muralist, sculptor and architect. In each field he has sought a dimension in creative expression which has broken through formal restrictions. He thinks in terms of power. The lines are strong, affirmative, explosive. The passion matched by very few of his peers on the Indian art scene. It is as if the totality of the unrelenting silence within has struggled to find a matching totality in the monumentalities of the visual voice.
It is a testimonial to the indomitable spirit of man, its struggle against insurmountable odds to discover, at the bottom of misfortune, a fountain of youth.
This is a unique book. To quote Walt Whitman:
"Comrado, it is not a book Who touches it, touches a man."