Farhan Manto’s family migrated to Lahore in 1947, the cultural capital of Pakistan.Although a trained professional of statistics, his life was an anomaly relative to his peers as he was brought up in a household with predominant values of his grandfather, Saadat Hassan Manto, the popular author of Urdu literature best sellers. He was lucky to grow up under the shadow of a family that contemplated and analyzed that as much as life is a science it is celebrated through various forms of art. As a child he grew up reading the famous best sellers of his grandfather that scrutinized and evaluated the value of an individual's core self-concept, it's linkages to not just the intrinsic but extrinsic forces that can fabricate or forge the literal substance of a person and his theory of mind. He enjoyed mathematics and statistics but the canvas opened unprecedented doors for him to express his self.Polo is a sport that he finds exhilarating; not just for the flight but also for the sight and for the inexplicable relationship between a man and one of the finest creatures of hierarchy, command and social agility. The horse became his muse and ironically made him realize his internal similarities with what he was subliminally expressing. Transitioning into the second stage of his career, he allowed his subconscious to take over the play of lines, textures, patterns, composition and process to present ideas and evoke emotions in a poetic, nonlinear fashion.