The poetry of the semblance of Cashmere which we call as “Pashmina” is echoing in our ears from centuries and every time we don this opulent façade, our worth shines as a top-brass.

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It was 16th Century when Mughal emperors began to motivate the shawl industry and ever since that both the cleaning and the spinning process is handled by women in their homes. 

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However, the late 19th century also witnessed the growing popularity of plain-woven pashmina shawls decorated with fine embroidery.

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Yes, the queens, the princesses and the countesses were justified wearing these outstanding pashmina shawls due to their rich culture and affluence.

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