Navalgund Jamkhana

Navalgund Jamkhanas are woven by the women of Navalgund town near Hubli in Karnataka. Believed to have originated under Persian guidance during the rule of Adilshahs of Bijapur, the craft moved to its current location with time.

A number of geometrical designs are influenced by local flora and fauna – like the peacock after which the town is named. These Jamkhanas are distinguished by their bold designs and colours and make them unique from the other durrie traditions of India.

Navalgund Jamkhana

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