The ''Okair Sazi'' has been one of the Multan’s popular crafts that involve intricate paper cuttings with usually floral designs that were originally used as a basis for the embellishment of leather products by employing ''Tilla or Zarri ''work. ''Okair'' is a ‘Saraiki’ word which means ‘to emboss’, the craft of Okair Sazi was traditionally done on thin piece of goat skin instead of paper and that was pasted onto the leather sheet and embroidered with ''''Tilla. Since, the ''Okair Sazi'' on leather was a slow process and uneconomical therefore the Tilla artisans skipped this process and started Tilla embroidery directly onto the leather but this resulted in relatively less attractive design work. Later the base material of Okair Sazi was replaced with paper instead of goat skin. This enhanced the production and quality of designs as well. The paper provided the artisans with the liberty to cut papers in a bundle that can be used for at least 10 pairs of traditional ''Multani Khussas''