Our streets, universities, institutions, hospitals, places of worship, museums and many many more public spaces are full of layers of vandalism.
Advertisements, posters, pan stains, inscriptions and engravings adorn the walls of corridors, stairways and alleys.
These are not graffiti done by one person or a collective. Instead they are marks of existence of unknown and uncountable number of individuals in a densely populated country.
It is often beautiful, not in parts, but as whole.