Dishakha Yadav’s work is experimental and does not adhere to a specific style or object. The art explores personal and shared experiences, using a multi-layered visual language. Emotions are represented in various forms, reflecting the artist's belief system and the impact of society on individuals. Additionally, her contemplates the significance of materialism in contemporary society, emphasizing the importance placed on material possessions in shaping one's self-concept.
Her work combines watercolors, thread, and pen work, delving into the raw aspects of modern society. The pandemic provided an opportunity for contemplation and gave birth to new mediums and concepts. Through her art, she questions society's obsession with wealth and possessions and emphasizes the importance of inner peace. She believes that listening to one's heart over the brain is the key to happiness and that following the heart leads to a connection with nature.