In Sagar Manandhar's paintings, forms and colours are their own significances. The images are not references and representations to the objects, events and the people of the world. In other word, one can not take an image in the canvas and link to the recognizable thing of the external reality. They are rather the intuitive flow of colours and lines toward the unknown direction. Nevertheless, the images and coloured shapes have the proximity to the objects and things of our imagination and the unknown entities of the world. The works lead us to the zone where we have not traveled, and to the things which we have considered insignificant. In other words, they appeal to observe ourselves.