Bharatiya Samaroh is one of S.H. Raza's earliest and largest fractured geometric paintings. In this artwork, he brings together a number of his famous motifs in the form of a striking modern day mandala imbued with spiritual resonances. Bharatiya Samaroh reflects the artist's interest in Indian metaphysics and geometric designs. At the centre of the painting is the Bindu. The Bindu has figured in many of Raza's works as the black sun, but in this particular work, it takes centre stage. For Raza, the Bindu is a symbol of Indian art, aesthetics and awareness of life. The original painting last sold for roughly $900,000.