Particularly in the book, it is not sociological, historical or psychological but rather than an artistic research project by seen much geometrical aesthetic view of mine.
Such impressive Indian masonry where the play of generatrices, math and even cosmology have resulted in the creation of aesthetic values. Especially, Bilateral symmetry is the most fundamentally common type, which the halves of a composition mirror each side, with unique Indian characters in architecture. At this point I draw recursive structures in polylines or planes and their various combinations as well as the use of geometric design. Here it is important for modernism to emphasise again that its centre and ‘symmetry’ are not to be confused with external simple symmetry characteristics such as reflection symmetry or axial symmetry. SO, it is important for this project to emphasise again that its centre(the gutter) and using the mirror sheet of this book is to maximize efficiency so that every pattern with translational symmetry in two non-parallel directions can be characterised, in terms of its symmetry group.
It can’t be defined this is India through this outcomes, but wanted to show how it was seen the flavours, the culture, the people, the colours, the history, the religions and so on by a graphic designer.