Naga are represented on these textiles informs ranging from boldly realistic, to abstract diamond shapes, to zigzag bands which are effectively disconnected diamonds. Naga are distinguished by their crests, white fangs, yellow tips to their tails and scales dotted the length of the body. Naga appear in the central field of the textile, the most prominent location in the design scheme. Paired naga confront each other and repeating horizontally and vertically, fill this space presenting a mass of bodies writhing in unison. In one sperb example the weaver has represented the entwined bodies three-dimentuionally, one body disappearing round the back of another to reappear in an elegant flourish. This naga must have special significance as coloured bands just behind its head correspond to jeweled neckpieces seen on some sculptural naga forms.