I am a contemporary artist who loves to play around and mingle with colour. This is what describes me these days. Painting for me is a way to express my deepest feelings and emotions which otherwise I find difficult to communicate. Life amazes me. Questions about our existence, our purpose in life and life beyond death often perplex me. Who are we humans? Why are we all so different? Why are we treated differently based on man-made falsities? These are some of the questions I seek answers to.
Girishwar Misra is Professor of Psychology at the University of Delhi. His research and teaching interests include self and culture, creativity, cognitive development, social disadvantage, psychology of self, and Indian psychology. He has published extensively. His recent publications include Applied Social Psychology in India (Sage, 1990), Handbook of Psychology in India (Oxford, 2011), Foundations of Indian Psychology (with Matthijs & Varma, Pearson, 2011) and four volumes of Psychology in India: Advances in Research (Pearson, 2011).