Sanskar roots his practice in the tactility of textiles. While learning and exploring the genre of textiles with techniques like weaving, stitching, dyeing, and printing he developed in a manner that merged his interest in textile with making sculptural forms and installations along with performance pieces. The idea of the form and structure is essential for him, especially the natural and organic ones.
Sanskar takes clues and references from his observations of the natural forms and their process. These forms are represented by making use of various materials and techniques. He engages in a similar process when it comes to site-specific works and he responds to the site with cooperative assistance of the local community.