In other parts of the book, I have gathered images of forests, various types of wildflowers, a series
of hills, and patterns seen on the walls of tribal houses around Purulia, West Bengal. These spaces
are slowly getting occupied by humans, and that changes the identity of the landscapes. Human
occupation is damaging their biodiversity. To capture this, sometimes I overlap drawings of
organic elements of land with the ground plans of man-made structures. Through
drawings and mappings, the sketchbook evokes a conversation to unravel
the ignored happenings around unnoticed landscapes.