Pashmina-The story behind scene
Pashmina-The story behind scene

Pashmina cashmere shawls were first made by Mogul craftsmen for Emperor Akbar and in the early 19th Century these shawls were a favorite of Empress Josephine, wife of Napoleon Bonaparte. It has not been less than four hundred years since Nepali craftsmen knowingly unknowingly started weaving magic alongside handing it down to generations. However, it was not earlier than 1980 since Pashmina started spinning commercially and widely in Nepal. Classic finishing touch with jaw-breaking craftsmanship has made Nepali Pashmina products globally popular nowadays.

The beautiful panorama of Kathmandu- the capital, the culture, the heritage house and the Pashmina growth in Nepal. The irresistible artwork tempted many tourists to start a Pashmina business of their own in Nepal, drawing them from places like Europe and America to resell the art to their homeplaces. Pashmina products have also been recognized as remarkable gifts by their loved ones in Europe and America. They come to see the Pashupatinath and leave with at least two Pashmina products. Nepalese Pashmina shawls, scarfs, wraps, blankets make you want to drown in all of those.

Pashmina shawl is the most famous shawl in the world are:

100% Pure Pashmina
70% Cashmere and 30% Silk Shawls


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