In this painting, the artist eliminates the rigid compartmentalization of scenes. There is no dividing line between the merging of one scene and the emergence of another. The two lower corners of the painting are occupied by women who have baskets full of toys perched on their heads. These toys are not just models of birds and animals in clay and wood but imaginations of a creative mind. These women stand behind trees which are in full bloom. Spring seems to be the season with ample leaves on each branch and bright flowers to enliven the tree. The space between the trees is filled with toys which are imaginative and colourful. To erase any ambiguity in understanding, the artist has given their local names under each toy. Around the toys are a couple of women/girl figures also who are heading towards the toys. This is done in order to explain the popularity of these local toys.
The painting shows the artists preference for simple outlines, simplification of colours and volumes, so that shading is completely eliminated. These simple items of oft use lend a decorative element to the painting.
This description by Kiranjyot.