Our country rivers are worshipped as goddess and pronounced with special ethnic value. The most important and greatest among all rivers is Ganga. Reason of being great is the presence of elements of elements which avoid deterioration of water. My focus is on observing present movement and waves of Ganga water. According to the reports of Hemholtaj centre for environmental research of Germany, 90 percent of the plastic waste coms from Asia and Africa and these submerge to Oceans and Ganga has been ranked 6th position for such negative consequences. After reading the research article, I come to one conclusion comparing Ganga and rest of rivers of India, where I found interesting fact that most of the rivers are straight having less covers in there flowing direction. But Ganga River reaches to the north part of our country where vast population and big city are located. From Allahabad its flowing direction range increases. It seems like Ganga has covered it’s all nearby area and this could be the reason of so much plastic contents. Extension of flow can be view Allahabad to the end of the Ganga Ghaghara. I found this this this flow curve very interesting, as I adore this river a lot also
I had spent quantity of time in Allahabad and Varanasi, that’s why I found myself quiet close to it. Aesthetical beauty and its current forms of Ganga River are my working elements.
Ritesh Yadav is a fine artist from Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh. He completed his Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from Faculty of Visual Art from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi and Masters of Fine Art from College of Art, New Delhi. His mediums of works are photography, painting, drawing, installation, video-based works and building his visual language on different themes of nature. His artworks display the deals with the formation of cracks. Cracking is often seen as negative, poor economics, and unhealthy social norms. But if we see it from a positive point of view, it is a kind of energy which helps in getting free from a bad phase and enables us to face and to control ourselves from the inner demands of hungriness and lust for materialistic things. When you look closely, you will see cracks in a thin sheet of paint, something that is characteristic of his works, a sudden burst of energy, uncontained in the sphere. Ritesh lives and works out of his studio in New Delhi