Tanya Gupta (b. 1994, New Delhi, India) often relates her art practice to her Indian culture and tradition, incorporating their meanings and importance in her work. One of her major works done in LASALLE College of the Arts is about exploring the importance of Mauli, a sacred thread known in her culture by representing her interpretation of the different meanings of Mauli. The inspiration to work with culturally significant objects, such as the Mauli came from the theory, Wonder and Resonance by Stephen Greenblatt. This theory explains how the meaning of an object can be resonated to an audience through the use of several methods which showcase an object’s background and importance.