The Namna in Urgal culture was a piece of cloth, woven with bright threads, that represented the history of the Urgal family. They were traditionally hung at the entrances to Urgal dwellings. Namna were so important to the Urgals that only a master weaver was allowed to add to a namna or repair one if it got damaged.

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