Milan explores the challenges in Indian agriculture, its role in globalization, and questionable ecological practices. By juxtaposing the past and future of farming, he reveals parallels between commercial agriculture and suburbia, shedding light on their local, national, and international impacts. Documenting the shift from agriculture to suburbia, Milan highlights societal decisions impacting our connection with land and time. His artwork serves as a historical dialogue, uncovering the transformation of family land and identity. Through this, he examines the dilemmas reflecting the impact of the Indian dream as the nation transitions into a post-agrarian era.