The idea of the wound in its many different forms, physical, mental and metaphorical is a recurrent motif in much of Rajinder's work. Rajinder sees the  wound as a failure of language, when the wound itself becomes language, articulating secrets in the presence of pain through the testimony of cut and ripped skin. Rajinder's wounds speak impossibly not only of a trauma in the past but reanimates  the boundary between existence and non existence to reveal conditions of possibility that exceed the limits of the suffering flesh and gives us a glimpse of that blurry unity, the great throbbing consciousness beyond.