This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word dhurrie
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a thick, nonpile cotton rug of India.
Origin of dhurrie:
1875–80; < Hindi darī
A thick, flat-woven Indian rug or carpet.
A dhurrie is a thick flat-woven rug or carpet used traditionally in India as floor-coverings.
The concept of dhurrie is different from a rug or carpet, but since the dhurries serve the same purpose as carpet or rugs they can be described as one.
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