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Wazir Carpets is a family run business of 4 generations working for more than 50 years. We have the honor of being the pioneers of the hand knotted carpet industry of Pakistan. Engaged in manufacturing and sales of Handmade Carpets and Rugs and serving clients across the world,Wazir Carpets takes pride in being one of Pakistan’s premier exporters including but not limited to Australia, Canada, Europe and USA.
Seen in the picture: Mr. Shaikh Mahmood Ahmed (Founding member of Bokhara Palace/Wazir Carpets) with Crown Prince of Birendra Nepal, visiting Bokhara Palace factory in 1968.


All of our rugs are arranged throughout our showroom by size ranges to help you find what you are looking for and make your experience better.Our space allows us to showcase our large and extra large rugs they were meant to be seen. You can find here rugs from 4’x2.5′ up to 15′ x 12′ and above..

The wide variety of traditional and transitional hand-knotte rugs signifies luxury and timeless art. Whether you are looking for fashion-forward rugs or want to transform your space with traditional handmade carpets, we have it all.

Our rugs are crafted by hand for an enduring beauty and impeccable quality that promises to age gracefully over time. Each intricate knot and weave is a gesture in patience, honoring the raw integrity of natural materials and a sustainable tradition of timeworn processes. This painstaking craftsmanship results in an authentic rug with the rigour to accompany you through the moments that matter, from one generation to the next.

We offer custom production services by giving full freedom to our clients to choose the colors, designs, patterns, materials, and shapes to create their very own masterpiece.


We are members of Care & Fair, a welfare Association founded in Pakistan in 1997 by leading Hand-Knotted Carpet Exporters of the Country. The main aim of this organization is to create an improved social situation for the children of the weavers by providing free education in the villages where the families live to ensure children are educated on a full time bases and thus kept away from looms..

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