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Navalgund Durries: Long Mats

Navalgund Durries: Long Mats

Regular price Rs. 4,500.00
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Experience the exquisite beauty of Navalgund Durries, handwoven with great care and precision in Karnataka. These mats are decorative pieces and embody India's rich culture and heritage. By adorning your space with Navalgund Durries, you can help preserve this cultural gem. 

Navalgund Dhurries are traditional Indian 'Jamkhanas' from Navalgund, Karnataka. These durries are crafted with unique geometric patterns using a Khadav Magga vertical loom. Some designs even feature peacock motifs, which pay homage to the town's name, "Hill of Peacocks". By welcoming Navalgund Dhurries into your home, you can add a touch of Indian cultural heritage to your living space and help preserve this centuries-old craft. 

Navalgund Dhurries are officially registered under the GI Act 1999 of the Government of India, which means you are purchasing a carpet and supporting the artisans who have kept this tradition alive for generations. Shop now to weave a tapestry of tradition and elegance into your home.

Note: Choose your durries carefully after going through all the images. 

Images 1 - 5: Kora Peacock 

Images 6 - 10: Teal Peacock 

Get to know more about Navalgund durries here. 

The weaving pattern on the front and back of these durries remains the same. The price mentioned is for a single durrie. 

Size: 24"x 72" / 2 ft x 6 ft / 61cms x 183 cms. 

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Explore Karnataka's rich heritage through our curated selection - a treasure trove of tradition, sustainability, & skilled craftsmanship. From intricate weaves to vibrant crafts, each purchase supports rural economies, & local artisans, & minimizes carbon footprint. Your investment is a statement: The Future is Handmade, & it starts here.


Colour | Weight

Colour: Multi-coloured, as explained in the description section.

Weight: 1250 grams.

Care | Ethos

This product is pre-washed. For best results, hand wash in mild/no detergent separately (or with similar colours) & flat dry under the shade or Eco dry clean.

Ambara charaka handspun & handloom cotton textile is also known as - The Fabric of Freedom. Our work employs local craftspeople, involves ethical practices & sustained means of work & the products are eco-sensitive, mindfully made, 100% cotton, austere & have a low carbon footprint...hence it is a statement about your values and life choices.

Shipping | Exchange

We ship within 7 working days after your purchase, after which it should take 3-5 days to reach you within India & 10 to 15 days abroad, depending on the destination Pincode. 

We do not offer refunds on any order placed as most of our products are either made for you or a small batch of exclusive one-of-a-kind pieces. If you wish to exchange for another product or size, do mail us right away & enable us to keep that piece aside for you. The customer has to bear the return cost.

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