Cashmere Sozni Wraps

Cashmere Sozni Wraps

Cashmere Sozni Wraps are exclusive lines of Kashmir Shawls & Scarves – PERFECT for absolutely any occasion… …Cashmere Sozni Wraps are proudly wear fashion-art that’s original as you are! Every product offered in The New Year Collections has been hand-woven, hand-embroidered, hand-sewn, hand-dyed, hand-washed and traditionally sun dried – with an attention to detail that you will NEVER find anywhere else.

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Handmade Pashmina shawl

Handmade Pashmina shawl
Woven shawls in India have been worn as early as Indus Valley Civilisation. The most famous example is a statue of priest or priest king who is draped in a shawl coming under the right arm and covering the left shoulder. His shawl is decorated with trefoil patterns. As for the fibre is also known as pashm or pashmina for its use in the handmade shawls of the Himalayas. The woolen shawls made in Kashmir are mentioned in Afghan texts between the 3rd century BC and the 11th century AD. However, the founder of the Pashmina industry is traditionally held to be the 15th century ruler of Kashmir, Zayn-ul-Abidin, who introduced weavers from Central Asia; other sources consider pashmina crafts were introduced by Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani. In 14th - century Mir Ali Hamadani came to Kashmir along with 700 craftsmen from parts of Persia. when Mir Ali Hamadani came to Ladakh,(Kashmir) home land of pashmina goats, for the first time in history he found that the Ladakhi goats produced soft wool. He...
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