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Jute Panja Durries

Price: 175 INR/Square Foot

The process of Panja durrie making is different from that of carpet making. Normally, the main tool in Panja durrie making is a vertical frame composed of two horizontal beams on which the warp is fitted, unlike the big looms carpet making involves. Durrie making is also less time consuming.

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Kalamkari Durries

Price: 60 INR/Square Foot

Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile produced in Isfahan, Iran, and in the India. Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari, which involves twenty-three steps. Our Kalamkari Durries are made with 100 % Cotton durries, printed with organic dyes. These Kalamkari durries traditional printing executed only in Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh.

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Cotton Panja Durries

Price: 215 INR/Square Foot

Panja weaving forms part of India’s glorious weaving tradition. This craft is mostly used for making durries, (light woven rugs used as a kind of floor covering). The craft gets its name from a metallic claw-like tool called panja in the local dialect, used to beat and set the threads in the warp.

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Cotton Durries

Price: 75 INR/Square Foot

Handloom to date remains one of the most rich traditional practice of the country. Geometric patterned durries remain the most famous durries from Warangal and are in demand both in national and international markets.

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Printed Durries

Price: 50 INR/Square Foot

In recent years, screen printing techniques and kalamkari prints were adapted to Bhavani Handloom Carpet / durries, extending the range of products. The designs that are characteristic of durries are geometric, angular motifs and coloured horizontal stripes.


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