What is the history of Tibetan rugs?





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Uploaded on Dec 18, 2011

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Tibetans traditionally use their rugs for sitting purposes which they call Kaden for surrounding the columns inside of a monastery, for saddles when to -- as to -- because their saddles are carved wood to soften their ride, and for sleeping purposes.


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