Majid who has been a part of weaving industry for the last 10 years is a 30 year old artisan. The way he respects and teaches the other prisoners is commendable. He started weaving as a part of the Central Jail Jaipur workshop in Feb 2019. Learning how to weave was a family trade, Majid was the only person who knew how to weave with maps. He guides the other prisoners to learn how to weave with the right techniques. The effort they put in making the designs are evident on the blank pages that are handed out in the prison. His experiments with his experience makes his designs desirable.
NakshaMajid was assigned the duty to collect newspapers while at Jaipur Jail, Rajasthan. That walk made him come across many things well depicted straight across the rug. This Manchaha has flowers on both the sides which added colour and joy to Majid’s life. He tried putting in architecture traits from the Jaipur city map, which is quite evident in the shade of white and red below the carpet. Maps, called Naksha have been a great source of inspiration for this rug and its smooth patterns. Give your living a different feeling with Naksha revelling.