She is one of rare artists who carries bodily embellishment not as a fashion icon, but reinforces the traditional art that has remained in the indigenous art making process since time immemorial. Like her fondness for bodily art, this Bhil artist makes frescos that are deeply embedded in natural beauties: flora, fauna, Bhil gods and goddesses. Her inspiration to draw such motifs comes from her belief in undying relationship shared between human beings and animism and spirituality. Her deep seated beliefs in traditional art do not make her shy away from the contemporary trends that make her an artist who knows to sketch balance between these two.