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Kashmir Cashmere

Near Lotus Temple, New Delhi 110020, India
+91 98682 31912
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Ripped off! Beware Mr Butt!

Beware these absolute con artists! My friend and I were taken here by a tour guide as part of our... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2018
BBBascombe
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United Arab Emirates
via mobile
Credit where it's Due

We visited as part of a tour of Dehli. I was sceptical as usual when the tea arrived and then the... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2018
John D
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Bolton, United Kingdom
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2 May 2018
“Ripped off! Beware Mr Butt!”
20 Mar 2018
“Credit where it's Due”
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Near Lotus Temple, New Delhi 110020, India
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+91 98682 31912
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Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile

Beware these absolute con artists! My friend and I were taken here by a tour guide as part of our tour. We were pressured and pressured into buying a rug that was supposedly pure silk hand made and from Kashmir...Guilt tripped, told it was an...More

Thank BBBascombe
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Reviewed 20 March 2018 via mobile

We visited as part of a tour of Dehli. I was sceptical as usual when the tea arrived and then the carpet making demo started. But, I've always liked these richly coloured, elegant rugs so I showed a good deal of interest in the ones...More

Thank John D
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

I implore anyone that attempts to visit this place that they thoroughly advise against it. As a 'customer' we were hugely pressured at buying a rug at a price well out of our budget. Our guide did not help whatsoever as he probably was given...More

3  Thank amritravindran1933
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Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

Dr Butt is a funny man. He educates you on the making of rugs in his county. He speaks to the cooperative that the rug makers come from and he does it it such a soothing and loving way. The tea is served and the...More

Thank TravvelBug
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Reviewed 19 January 2017

We bought a rug on October 29th, and they specifically packaged it up so it would not crease. 3 months later and the rug is still severely creased on every single fold. We emailed them multiple times with no response. Professor Butt and company are...More

3  Thank Brian V
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Reviewed 31 October 2016

I visited this company on 19th August and felt extreme pressure to buy a carpet as a solo white woman. My tour guide failed to help me....and I was left in a room with 3 men. I parted with £500 which I did not have...More

4  Thank clairebear50
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Reviewed 29 August 2016

We were a family group touring India and this was certainly one of the better shopping experiences that we had. Extremely interesting and very friendly - no hard sell. I bought a large silk carpet and a medium yak carpet - both arrived in South...More

Thank granthudson
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Reviewed 19 August 2016

Recommendation: yes, go visit, go see what you like, and be rest assured you will have a great carpet. Was taken to this place by tour guide. He mentioned this was a trustworthy place. Reception was very warm and friendly. Was shown how the handmade...More

1  Thank Shazzman
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Reviewed 27 February 2016 via mobile

We were taken here by our guide, to be honest we weren't that keen as we gave travelled a fair bit and knew what to expect but our guide had been excellent so we went. The carpets are beautiful, mostly designs from the heritage of...More

Thank adrojo
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Reviewed 10 November 2015

Carpets were beautiful, but we were leary of shipping, so didn't buy. I did, however, buy a few wall hangings, and a "duvet cover." Upon arriving back in the US, I opened the cover and discovered it doesn't open to insert a duvet...it merely lays...More

Thank mkgbulldog
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