Moving on to the last room our focus is drawn to the use of zari in textile, as an ornamentation that continues to be an identity of Indian textiles from ancient times to present day. The changing connotation of zari from the purest form of gold and silver yarn to its new charade of plastic in golden colour is the essence of the display. The loss of  skill and classic craftsmanship are directly linked to the loss of a practice with noble materials of real silver and real gold.