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    Hand Felted Pure Wool Namda Door Mat

    SKU: INM/1/4

    Fine hand felted pure wool namda door mat made from original sheep wool. The mat is handmade using Namda process, a rare and unique craft originating in the Mughal era, wherein splendid floor pieces are made from 100% sheep wool (white or dyed) by practice of felting the wool rather than weaving it. This art is quite popular in Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Rajasthan. Namda is made by felting of wool rather than weaving it. Wool is spread evenly in a thick layer on a grass mat or jute mat and sprinkled generously with soap water. The mat is then rolled tightly and tied up with a rope and compressed by way of rolling to-and-fro on the floor with the help of hands and feet for about an hour which allows fusing together of the fibre technically known as 'fibre to fibre' fusion. The rope is then untied, and the mat unrolled to discover the well-shaped Namda. Shop at India's most trusted and reviewed online store for authentic handmade products handpicked from all across India. Shipped Worldwide. Free Shipping. COD is available.

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