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We are desperately seeking for the story behind this fabric. Can you help? Add your story!

  • Nature

    This design(preferably in green) is revered by the women in my country. Worn typically as a wrapper, this fabric and design has always been a symbol of affluence and dignity. -Nature(from Nepal)

  • Joop Martens

    Hi Belinda, Are you sure? East Africa is Khanga and not so Java minded. Furthermore our thin fabric is not suitable for prayer mat.

  • Belinda Mlingo

    This is a very famous design in East Africa, where it is referred to as "Msala" translating to the Muslim prayer mat. or Zulia a Persian carpet. Worn by well placed women but loved by all.

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