In 2000 he made a Valampiri Shankha in stainless steel, over seven feet in height, with the siphonal notch pointing up. Height-to-width, he maintained a golden ratio. Since then his sculptures were made in stainless steel, their height ranges from ten centimeters to over seven meters and the heaviest is over 4 metric tons. Most of them have gone through sketches to drawing to computer design and the components were laser cut. Many of the photographs are by Namas Bhojani.