Inspired by Mundko Upanishad

Kashmiri Khosa
Khosa became a painter while assisting his father's realistic works of Pandit Somnath Khosa from his very childhood. His growing body of work today can be found in major public and private collections in India and other countries. His earlier works are being auctioned today. Unlike his father's realistic paintings, K.Khosa's are figurative abstract with meta-physical themes.

Gandhi ji - Evening walk at Juhu beach

Somnath Khosa
K.Khosa's father Pandit SOMNATH KHOSA learnt the realist school of oil-painting assisting British artists in the 1930's. But Mahatma Gandhi's call caught him unaware. He spent the last 25 years of his life painting realist works on Gandhi. They can be seen today at Gandhi Smriti in New Delhi and in the Birla Museum (Haveli Museum) at Pilani. A small body of the work is also archived by Naville Tuli of Osian's, Mumbai.

Sculpture of Swami Shambu Nath outside his caves at Hampi

Shambhu Nath Khosa
K.Khosa's grandfather SWAMI SHAMBHU NATH of Kashmir was the well-known guru of Hampi caves (in Karnataka, India). It is said that Swami jee spent his last 20 years in the caves and left for heavenly abode in 1939. As a Guru, he used to sit before a burning log and heal thousands of ailing people. Today, the hills of 'Shambhu Natha Guhe' are famous and serve as a place of pilgrimage for many people.