Talk:Pirot carpet

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Bulgarian origin of Pirot carpetsEdit

Dear Wikipedians,

I would be happy to know more about the Serbian influence on Pirot carpets, but please find your own sources and cite them HONESTLY and ACCURATELY.

Wikipedia is about sources. Last year I found many sources that pointed out that the town of Pirot was originally part of the First Bulgarian State. That the citizens of Pirot referred to themselves as Bulgarians. That they wrote with Bulgarian words on the weaven carpets. I also found sources that according to Bulgarian ethnographic literature Pirot kilims belong to the West Bulgarian tradition of carpet weaving. I did only one thing cite HONESTLY what I read. I did not invent anything, I did not conceal anything.

Today I see that somebody has ERASED what I wrote, and even WORSE - somebody attributes to my sources his INVENTIONS. Somebody writes that Pirot kilims are part of the East Serbian tradition of weaving, pointing out a source, where it is written that they are part of the West Bulgarian school of weaving. The same person attributes to sources, where you can read the Bulgarian inscription on the carpet, that the inscription was written in Serbian. Nobody in Academic Serbia or Bulgaria ever argues the linguistic fact that Serbian and Bulgarian are two distinct languages. The question of Macedonian, I will not comment here.

I am really open to learn more about the Serbian influence on Pirot carpets, but pretending that there were no Bulgarians in Pirot, and that Bulgarians were Serbians does not give any REAL information. It is just making lies and pretending that history didn't happen.

I have nothing against the Serbian influence on Pirot kilims, but falsifying historic records is just a waste of time. Provide your records and read them carefully. Truth is in the interest of all of us.

--Крисъ (talk) 12:49, 13 March 2019 (UTC)Reply[reply]