The Sikalnayakampet Saree was conceived to keep alive a vernacular art practice during the Vishwakarma exhibitions. Used exclusively as temple hangings and canopies in Sikalnayakampet, Tamilnadu these temple textiles were produced using specially ground dyes from the region and painted with brushes creating fine sweeping lines. Using elements of the Bauhaus - with no ornamentation, the geometric forms in this particular saree , emphasises on form following function, as the saree may be worn with both ends serving as the pala - further explores aspects of creativity.