Dhurries n Rugs

This collection of Cotton Dhurries and Indian Wool rugs designed by NishaMathewGhosh documents stories familiar to the designer such as ‘Kambliboochi’- the once ubiquitous itchy back caterpillar of Bangalore, now rarely to be seen, Or perhaps the impressions of the kites festivals of India.


¬†01. Warm mud brown cotton¬†The day after ‘Utteran’ (India’s kite festival). White. 08Dhurrie with pristine white leaf impression. 5′ x 5′.


02. Dual tone runner in grey and beige cotton Dhurrie with an orange leaf impression. 12′ x 2.5′


03. Deep charcoal grey cotton Dhurrie with orange and white leaf impression. 3′ x 5′.


04. Washed grey cotton Dhurrie with motif of dancing dragonfly(with wings that whirr!). 4′ x 6′


05. Tones of grey Indian-wool Rug, with dense ferns in tropical embrace in forest light. 3′ x 5′


06. The day after ‘Utteran’ (India’s kite festival). White.



07. The day after ‘Utteran’ (India’s kite festival). Blue.


08. The day after ‘Utteran’ (India’s kite festival). Maroon.

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