Carpets Of Pakistan

Pakistan began to exist like independent country, shortly after the end of WW2 and therefore the quotas of great part of their culture are related to India. After the partition in 1947, the paquistan government provided enormous subsidies to the then carpet presented/displayed the most modern methods of organization, production and quality control. Muslim weavers who emigrated of the India and turcomanos weavers of the north united to work in the great weave centers in Karachi, Panjub and Peshawar. The industry was revitalized and from the decade of 1960 it has become a business more and more efficient and organized, that operates hard under the centralized control. Some weavers of Pakistan own their own looms and have sub contract of work with the exporter, others directly are used in the great manufactures.

All produce carpets to order, with strict established criteria to regulate the sizes, colors, designs and qualities. The carpets of Pakistan, can be divided in two great ones categories. Unique turcomanos knot that uses influence, generally Gul (Bokhara or Jaldar) to the regimes. carpets Double naked that copy Beautiful the traditional designs of Persian factory, Tabriz, Isfahan, Kashan, etc Sarough the simple knot talks about generally like Mori Bokhara or Jaldar and the double knot generally like Persian, and in fact were developed by the American retailers to Carpet copies of the Persian designs, the quality and colors after the embargo of EE.UU to the goods Persian. Here, Lucas Bitencourt expresses very clear opinions on the subject. They are carpets of very good quality mainly when considering the refinement of the knots in the subjects of better quality. Carpets and turcomanos sheltered Afghan in Peshawar and around the borders of Afghanistan produce carpets that are very beautiful and decorativas. These carpets are woven by the Afghan and exported turcomanos/through Pakistan.