'The experience of Ajanta influenced Haloi profoundly. His work was marked by lyricism. Haloi worked in many mediums and initially painted figures in landscapes. The mood was inevitable poignant. Gradually, Haloi moved towards landscapes. A sense of nostalgia for a lost world pervaded these paintings. Event- ally, Haloi turned to abstract renderings of landscapes. Dots, dashes, lines became cryptic signs for trees, water, green fields. A refreshing interlude came when Haloi did some paintings after a tour of the ruins of Gour Pandua in north Bengal.
Haloi has done a number of commissioned mosaic murals. His stint at Ajanta led him to study Buddhism and do research on the technique of Ajanta murals. He published a research paper on the "Techniques of Ajanta Murals" in the journal of Art in Industry in 1964.hide..