Kazak (also Qazax, Qazak) are produced on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border around Peshawar using complex geometrical designs that originated centuries ago in or around the Caucasus town of Qazax (hence Kazak) in what is now Azerbaijan. Kazaks are made with both Ghazni and Karachi wools. Ghazni is hand spun wool and has better durability and shine. Kazaks are usually stone- washed to give them more gloss.
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