Indian man weaving textiles (durry). Salawas village. Rajasthan. - Stock Image

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Indian man weaving durries. The durry (Rug) is weaved out of cotton or wool. The geometric designs are produced by tapestry technique which is a slow process using separate bobbins or butterflies for each colour across the width interlocking with the adjacent coloured yarn. This old fashined form of weaving is very popular in Rajasthan, specially in Salawas village near Jodhpur.rajasthan_380pushkar_fair_380incredible_india_380people_india_380kerala_380nepal_380people_nepal_380trekking_380
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