The pictorial space of the fabric worked upon is vertically divided into two. The left side shows Mother Goddess in the finest folk tradition. The Goddess is worshipped mainly for fertility, procreation and abundant harvest. The sun and the moon, two major elements of the cosmos, are shown on either side of the goddess. Her body is bejeweled, also showing squares with some animals.
The right side is predominantly occupied by geometric shapes. An astronomical chart, with squares and numerics is above with smaller squares and rectangles below. These boxes have items concerned with fertility and prosperity.
Violent interaction between colour and line can be seen all over, one trying to take precedence over the other. The colour reigns however.
This description by Kiranjyot.