- leaf mat in which the woven part lies on one side of the papah nyuh, and in which the weaving is done by alternately lifting 1 and then 3 of the leaves on the far side of the papah nyuh and tucking leaves on the near side under them. Or a variety of weaving techniques are combined: saud besik, saud dua, and saud telu. The resulting pattern is a series of v's with the ends pointing in a direction perpendicuelar to the long axis of the mat, toward the papah nyuh. More difficult and more time consuming to make than the kelabang bangke pattern, but considered to be much prettier than kelabang bangke. Mantri means gentleman or nobleman
i kaki liu gati ngulat klabang lakar anggona raab kubu di carik
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