Vægtæppe, Uld på uld, b: 110 l: 170
Namda – The traditional craft of Kashmir
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This namda is made of pure wool totally with kashmiri hand embroidey with woolen thread
The tradition of making Namda is handed down by fathers to their sons.
Namda is widely acclaimed to have been originated during 11th century when Akbar, the great Mughal ruler was on throne. History of the periodreveals that the king ordered his exechequer to arrange for a siutable coverage for his horse who was affected by biting cold. In reponce to the proclaimation that was done in this behalf, a wise old man from the east stood up and offered his intention of felt. he was Nubi by name. The man manufactured the felt himself and embroidered the same in multicoloured beautiful designs. The felt so made aws given the title of Namda after the name of its manufacturer Nubi. The King Akbar is said to have been immensely impressed by the workmanship of Nubi and is said to have granted him villages in honour. The art of felting wool into namdas has come from Yarkand.
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|Materiale||Uld på uld||Længde (cm)||170|