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The manufacturing of carpets in Pakistan began in the same way as in India and when the country was separated from India most of the weavers, which were Muslims, moved to the Pakistan side. Most of them found jobs in Lahore and Karachi, and at the same time the government began to support the import of quality yarn.
In Pakistan, carpets are manufactured nowadays with fine Australian wool yarn making these carpets very similar to silk carpets. Carpets with a high knot density provides strong durability at a lower price than its Persian parallels.
The Pakistani carpets, which today are mass-produced (in Lahore, Karachi and Rawalpindi), are divided into Mori carpets and Persian where 90% of the Mori carpets have a Bokhara-like pattern and other Turkmenistan patterns. Ziegler carpets that are manufactured in Pakistan have patterns that are copied from older traditions in the Arak district, Persia. Carpets are also being manufactured here that gathers inspiration from Caucasian carpets and are sold as "Kazak Fine"

Pakistan1 Pakistan Hand-Knotted

Rug Type: Hand-Knotted , Pakistan

Pakistan2 Chinese Persian Design

Rug Type: Pakistan , Persian

Since the late 1940′s, Pakistan has been weaving rugs from the most notable Bohkara design (a repeating Gul design normally woven in several different colors and qualities) to the modern Caucasian designs such as the Agra and Peshawar, often incorporating modern decorative colors into traditional Persian floral designs. Pakistan looms are most known for 16/18 quality Persian weave, tribal rugs of very fine wools. The Pakistani 16/18 has a Persian knot weave and is in the upper 200′s knots per square inch.

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