(needs to be re-worded) 19th century antique Indian rugs that are heavy and strong Emperor Akbar, grandson of the founder of the Mughal Empire, originated carpet production in Agra and the area became a major production center for the best of the classical Mughal Carpets. Usually composed of greens, blues, fawns, and tans, Agra carpets often exhibit open fields with smaller medallions and guards woven with wool.

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