India | Gujarat


Namada is a handmade woolen felt originating from Gujarat. These are mostly made by a community of shepherds called Dangaria, who handle the whole process from the production of raw wool to the making of the final product.

Namadas can be used either as a decorative floor covering or as a wall hanging. They contain elegant images of animals, birds and human being, which give them the added attractiveness and liveliness.

Updated on 7th June, 2005

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