A traditional kitchen with a setup of utensils for regular use. Some of the utensils are of the olden times while some are of a new kind. This shows a smooth transition as well as a wholesome adaptation of antique and modern in the same space with the changing times.
Outside the kitchen lie, a few objects like a hand grinder (made of stone) and coconut kept for drying. The planter in the far corner has a climber on the wall suggesting a new trend of decor at home. Blue saree spread for drying(after morning bath) depicts that the day has begun for the routine kitchen work.
This kind of traditional kitchen is found rarely nowadays but its importance is deep-rooted. It brings alive the past experiences of childhood and memories of elderly people like grandmothers.
This painting depicts the simple ways of living of the god-fearing people who lived close to nature all the time.