A Dhurrie (also called Dhurri, Durrie, Durry, or Dari) is a Hindi word for a handwoven rug or thin flat carpet that is used as a home furnishing. One of the most common patterns among Dhurries is multicolor stripes, which vary according to the state of origin. In rural India, dhurrie weaving is a significant industry. Dhurries have historically been used as floor coverings in South Asia.
In Odisha, this craft is very common at Cuttack and Baripada. These cotton dhurries are hand-woven, using a frame with a combination of strong thread and soft, cotton surface thread. This craft is practised by the inmates of Cuttack and Baripada Central Jails, as a source of occupation and income.