We all have our demons, some more fierce and some more tamed. Different demons could be active in different people or dormant and waiting for favourable circumstances. To recognise these demons and slay them by removing completely from our system is being "Durga". Only then one is capable of evolving to the higher state. The evils are within. The God is within. The journey from ignorance to light by being victorious over the many battles is known as Durga, the warrior goddess.
One day, it occurred to me that Krishna being from a village associated with milk and butter can very well be used as a metaphor for the entire spiritual market. Its almost like extracting the milk, making butter and sharing that butter. It involves hardworking people to extract and process. There are also distributers and consumers. I wanted to use this to show how spirituality and religion are different and where exactly are the differences.
After I passed out of NID, it took me some time to readjust to the world. It felt like I was part of a world where everyone knew a magic and performed it so regularly that we never even realized it as something special. Only after going out in the world, I realized there was a magic I know and I know that others from that institute know and that many others don't know. This separated out the muggles and the wizzards. The muggles needed a book to know. The wizzards just knew how to know.
Not only that the music and the musician had become one, the tree under which he sat, the cow and the peacock which came close to him and everything that was “the other” had also dissolved in his being. He disintegrated into the surrounding and the surrounding became one with him. By creating the transparency of his presence, the hair being the forest, the trunk of the tree being visible through him, the boundary of the cow and the peacock overlapping with his, I wanted to express that expansion of that consciousness.