Jyothish has been practising traditional architecture for over 15 years. Having studied interior design at V.J.T. Mumbai, and after practising for a few years, he joined the renowned Vastuviday Gurukulam at Aranmula in Kerala to study T.Arch. Under the professional tutelage of Brahmasri Sri. Cheruvalli Narayanan Namboodiri and Brahmasri Sri. Vezhaparambu Brahmadattan Namboodiripad, Jyotish was exposed to and gained experience in the design and construction of temples all over India. His expertise lies in the highest level of traditional practice of granite work and wood roofing as well as use of traditional materials and methods for making cement substitutes. Some of his notable works include the Ghosala Krishna Temple renovations for ISKON, Bangalore; design of complete temple complex for Sree Krishna Temple in Pune, Maharashtra; design and new construction of Sree Kovil (Mahaprasadam) using traditional materials and methods in Umamaheeswara Kshethram, Kannur, Kerala; and ongoing construction of Chandra Mouleeswara Temple using traditional methods in Shimoga, Karnataka, among others.