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Pashmina (Better known as Cashmere), is a diamond fibre extricated from the body of the mountain goat "chyangra" or "Capra Hircus". This goat is a native of the himalayan belt 10,000 ft above sea level….. existence of this nature's wonder species is very harsh with extremely cold climate and scarce vegetation. Blessed with very thin, short and the softest wool found in the nature. It has an exotically silky texture, weightless lightness but super warmth which when wearing it next to the skin, provides a uniquely tiltilating experience which has been described as Sensual Sublimity by our ancestors.

Pashmina, the finest cashmere wool has been popular for centuries among royalty and other elites as the finest, most luxurious wool in the world. For a thousand years or more, this glorious wool has been prized for its warmth, lightness and durability. For lightness and warmth, pashmina wool is unmatched. Delicate and soft to touch, it caresses the skin. It is not surprising that pashmina has been successful in establishing its uniqueness among fashion wear throught out the planet.

It is a well known fact that the Pashmina fashion is here to stay because of its warmth and lightness. Pashmina from Nepal is becoming popular in Europe, USA, Japan and all over the world.

Now because of existing market potentiality and demand, some business people are engaged in producing products made of sheep wool, merino wool and even nylon on the name of Pashmina. This act may negatively impact the reputation of pashmina, temporarily.

It is disgusting and disappointing matter. No wool can compare to pashmina on lightness, softness and warmth. We like to assure you that we produce quality pashmina products only. Increasing number of customers all over the world and top exporter award received by us from Handicraft Association of Nepal is sufficient to prove our point.



 
Step 1 Pashmina is obtained from the under belly fur of mountain goat  
 
Step 2

The pashmina thread is warped in order to make a beam.

 
 
Step 3

A draft is made from the beam for weaving purpose.

 
 
Step 4 Then it goes for weaving process.  
 
Step 5

When the weaving process is completed, it goes for mending.

 
 
Step 6

Then it goes for washing.

 
 
 
 
Step 7 Sample Color Test is conducted in the laboratory.  
 
   
 
Step 8

After color is approved it goes for dying.

 
 
Step 9 After the dying is completed, the pashmina are checked  
 
Step 10 If there is fault in the pashmina product it goes for mending  
 
Step 11

The making of the distinctive pashmina fringe and designs is conducted. Because the fringe and design making process is artistic and delicate process it takes hours to fringe.

 
 
Step 12

Fringe cut is done after the fringes are made.

 
 
Step 13

The pashmina products are then hand ironed.

 
 
Step 14 Heavy ironing is done after hand iron.  
 
Step 15

Labelling is done on the final products.

 
 
Step 16 Finally the products goes for packaging.  
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