Akhil Khan Handwoven
Handwoven Dhurrie- Bhadoi- Uttar Pradesh
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Handwoven Dhurries by Bhadoi Carpet Weavers.
Geographical Indication (GI) tag 2010
Carpet weaving in Bhadohi-Mirzapur region dates back to the 16th century, during the reign of Mughal Emperor, Akbar and is believed to have established when centuries ago, some Iranian master weavers stopped at Madhosingh village, near Khamaria, in Bhadohi while travelling in India, and subsequently set up looms here.
The present day Bhadohi district is biggest carpet manufacturing centres in India, most known for its hand-knotted carpet. Bhadohi is known as "Carpet City".
Product Material :- Cotton & Weaved Wool
Textiles:- Featuring an handwoven dhurries made with an cotton base with weaved wool as a layer done with panja , thus making it a intricate pattern.
Wash care: Gentle hand wash
Shipping & Delivery:
International- 20-25 days