Ragini Upadhyay renders religious tolerance, and the space of women in Nepali society, and revolts against political violence through her inter-textual and inter-generic art forms. She depicts social unrest and degeneration, and looks forward to the peace and stability. Some of her graphic works have been inspired by the teachings and philosophy of Lord Buddha. They reveal a yearning for peace and compassion. Ragini endeavors to promote the importance of cultural and religious tolerance and appeal for peace.