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What is "Dhurrie" - Definition & Explanation

Dhurrie a thick flat-woven cotton cloth made in India.
Dhurrie rugs and carpets are flat woven items traditional to India, made of cotton or silk. They are noted for soft colorations and varied patterns.

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