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Pashmina Shawls

Kashmir the paradise on the earth has many attractions that catch the visitors from all over the world is also very famous for its handmade products that mostly manufactured with natural elements. One of its products that we can say is very famous by the women all over the world due to its uniqueness, softness, and warmness is Pashmina Shawls. Pashmina is the name of a goat that is found in Kashmir in Pakistan is belonged from a special class of goats, and the wool is taken from these goats are called Pashmina wool. Such from that wool the symbolic, luxuries, soft, and warm Pashmina shawls are made.

The exceptional Pashmina shawls are clear picture of artistic embroidery that like by the women all over the world. Pashmina Shawls are not just simple shawl because these shawls are purely woven with the love that represents this Paradise, which is known as Kashmir. In simple words we can say that “peerless wool, attracting design, carefully woven” is only suitable for Pashmina Shawls. The soft wool is very protecting against the cold that can freeze the blood in the body and the weather of Himalayas is very arctic in the winter season. The history of Pashmina shawls is starts from near about 11th century in Kashmir.

These shawls have a symbolic and cultural value all over the world. One more of its uniqueness that makes the difference between the other shawls and Pashmina shawls is its lightweight quality. The word “Softness” normally called for women and Pashmina shawls are as soft as the silk due to their lightweight quality. These shawls are available in the market in different sizes from small scarf to full shawl size that might be more than 3 X 6 feet size. Adding more quality and durability in the shawls due to its softness mostly Pashmina shawls are manufactured with 30 % silk and 70 % pure Pashmina wool, in some cases the mix-up ratio is equal. Pashmina shawls are become a legacy, a cultural, and traditional identification of Pakistan and Kashmir.

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