The ancient country of Pakistan has a four hundred history of making Handmade Pakistani Carpets or Handmade Pakistani Rugs. The ancient city of Lahore was one of the most strategically important cities of North West India and often Central and Western Asia. The city prospered commercially and culturally under Mogul rule. After the independence from the British Empire in 1947 the Pakistani carpet industry began to grow steadily. The produced carpets which were finely knotted using special wool, silk and cotton. The carpets are multiple colors and designs, of which Bukhara is one of the most famous. Turkomani designs are geometric in style and similar to Iranian designs.
Pakistani carpets are a part of thrilling story which started many centuries ago. These carpets were the very first chairs, beds, and floor covering. Pakistani carpets come in different qualities and designs.
For many households, soft, Handmade Pakistani Carpets were the most precious possession they've ever had. Carpet weaving in an integral part of Pakistani art and culture.