The sizes of the jamkhanas are 1.5x7.5 feet, 2x2 feet, 2x4 feet, 2x6 feet, 3x6 feet, 4x7 feet, 5x7 feet, 10x6 feet, and 12x6 feet which are mainly used as floor covering.
Some of the types of products of Jamkhana usually are:
• Tottale Jamkhana:
It is smallest jamkhanas of 1.5x4 feet width with square at the centre filled with geometrical forms, serrated edges and flanked by horizontal stripes on either ends.
• Sadaphul Jamkhana:
It is a floor covering which has big geometrical flowers at the centre and borders at two ends.
• Bada Mor Jamkhanas:
This is a large sized peacock at the centre with peacock at the two ends.
• Pagadi Ate (traditional Indian dice game):
At the centre is the layout of the board which serves the purpose of playing and offering to sit.
• Char Mor Jamkhanas:
Centre is placed with chaupada (traditional Indian dice game) surrounded by four peacocks at the corners.
Long stripes of different color stitched together usually used as a protective covering for stored grains.