This work is an attempt to express the convoluted presence of religion into contemporary urban life. It represents the acts of appropriating the traditional forms of culture into our daily life while grappling to fit into the aesthetics of the western concepts of modernity and development. In my locality and around Kolkata one can see these acts of using the image of gods and goddesses to keep the walls clean and prevent people from urinating. The references of these negotiated expressions of tradition are emulated in this work. This can be seen in the image of the person urinating whose facial characters are akin to the god Ganesh. The representation of Ganesh is a reference to the negative connotation of a lazy person that is often attached to the characters of this god in Bengali colloquial culture.