Threads of Faith

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Made from wool

Colour : Red, Blue, White, Grey

Size : 5ft X 8ft
Technique : Hand tufted
Thickness : 12mm

The rug design revolves around a idea of interconnections. The red knot in the center is an abstract idea of one of the eight symbols of Buddhism, which is the infinity knot that ties all three components. The Chinese clouds envelop the landscape of the place at the same time, an expression of Buddhist culture and history. The eyes on the left are influenced by the famous mask dance in the Pemayangtse Monastery, representing the local people and their overlap with the monastery and faith. The lower part of the rug represents the lines, an abstraction of the Lepcha weave influenced by the local community. The colors are drawn from the lush landscapes – the vibrant green of the forests, the deep blue of the sacred lakes, and the red tones of the monasteries – all infuse the rug with the essence of nature.

Additional information

Weight 15 kg
Dimensions 152.4 × 243.8 × 1.2 cm

Blue, Grey






5ft X 8ft


Hand tufted



A fiber obtained from the fleece of sheep and other certain animals, including cashmere from goats, mohair from goats, qiviut from muskoxen, angara from rabbits, and alpaca wool from camelids. It is soft, durable and sustainable. Wool is graded for fineness and length. The length varies from place to place on the animal, but it mostly varies amongst sheep breeds. The finest qualities are used for clothing and the coarser, curlier and most resilient qualities are used for carpeting.


Hand Tufting

Our hand tufted carpets have been specially developed and constructed to adhere to the demanding requirements of the hospitality sector. The hand tufting technique is a process combining centuries-old skills and modern weaving tools. The canvas is perfectly stretched over an upright loom and the craftsperson transfers by hand the future design of the rug with the utmost precision. Threads are inserted manually, one by one, working with a gun on the back of the canvas, following the colours, the drawing and the different tuft heights.

Care Instruction

1. Vacuum regularly to remove loose dirt and debris.


2. Solid material can be either removed by vacuuming or by using a knife.


3. Any liquid spill should be immediately cleaned with a clean white cloth to avoid stains.


4. Loose ends of the fibre may stick out under severe wear and tear. Clip these ends, Pulling threads or fibre may lead to severe damage to the rug.


5. Spills of coloured liquid and curry have to be immediately treated with club soda to neutralize the stain.


6. Avoid humidity and moisture at all costs.


7. Only in case of a severe stain should you resort to a mild soap solution. Blot to treat them and remove the solution with a wet towel.

Shipping Details

Upon placing an order, goods are dispatched within 5–7 (domestic) and 10–15 (international) days, with the exception of orders placed on Sundays and federal holidays, which are processed the next working day.


Please communicate with us to confirm the precise schedule as these timelines are dependent on availability-


For international transactions, additional duties and taxes must be paid by the buyer to the shipping provider when the order is delivered.


Fort Kochi in Kerala is famous for many things- the dutch architecture, antique gift shops, the beach, the Muziris Biennale, and cafe aesthetics, other than these there is one particular constant throughout the streets of Kochi. Something that exists as a part of the beautiful aesthetic of the city, is its goats.