Binod’s landscapes are bold in their impact due to the energetic sweeps of colours. Eco-friendly Newar architecture and pagoda temples are recurrent images in the cityscape of ancient town. Brick-paved floors, dim-red walls, slanting roofs and maroon sky in the dusk create the aesthetic sense. As such landscapes are vanishing, his works suggest a sort of nostalgia. On the other hand, giving space to the sacred cultural monuments in his canvas, Binod aestheticizes them, and doing so he attempts to preserve and immortalize the gifts of antiquity.