Rajadhyaksha presents us with a surreal representation of what obsession does with us. He captures a habit that is normally not seen by the eye.
He mentions that the following activities are compulsion which are a result of obsession. A obsessed person is one whose is stuck in some things, he has made them a habit. He doesn't know the world outside these things. Obsessions can have productive or unproductive effects on the person depending on what he is obsessed with. Obsessions if unproductive can have disastrous effects.
We find that the work speaks for itself but we would like to stress that we find it embodies a certain vulnerability. As we as humans normally do not prefer to show these kinds of habits. This body of work is a useful eye opener of what obsession can do to an individual. It can be a starting ground for discussion.