The project “Bittu ki Shaadi” is a series of photographs and videos documenting the intersection of marriage as performance and landscapes. Marriage was an undeniable pressure for me ever since I entered in my twenties. Coming from a family where marriage was as important as my education or my qualification, it was not easy for me to cope up with burden. The only possibility of breaking from this pressure was to document the personal state of mind where I started seeing marriages as performance. Deeper investigation with myself I understood my inclination for understanding the interaction of space, the landscape, which was subsequently witnessing the performance and the culture.
Photographing this landscape was not only therapeutic experience for me but it also helped me understanding that the landscapes become the product of changes through time. The attempt of this documentation is to view landscape as stage of performance, understand marriages as the very act of performance. The photographs are the visual representation of showing land as arena hosting a performance of reality from cultural viewpoint.