The use of minimalism in an Indian context is taken further with this red saree - also created originally for the Vishwakarma exhibitions. The use of lines in check and the geometric four-leaved clover as a konia shows a shift from the naturalistic patterning of the paisley to a simpler form. The skill here is recognised by the introduction of a single line through the four leaf clover that can only  be introduced by hand with such detail. Made in pure zari and lustrous silk, this saree was also developed from its original form in cotton. Design differences indicate how within the same functionality, material can impact skill.