Indian online pashmina silk salwar kamiz
The Pashmina goats on the high altitudes of the Himalayas, are gifted by nature, an extremely fine inner coat of wool, which is several times finer than the human hair and conspicuously soft, in order to brave the harsh freezing weather. The size of each strand is exact small that it can only exist hand woven. This “Pashm’ or wool that is available, if blended, with silk or cotton can then be spun, by handlooms or machines. The Pashmina Silk fabric is a incorporate of two fine materials which together produce a fabric that is sheer, light and shining. The Kashmiri embroidery or Kashida, as it is known as, employs bright and colourful designs, with motifs of floral borders, paisley and chinar leaves and other inspirational settings of nature. The patterns and the colours chosen, so harmonize with Nature, that the elegance and allure of the wearer of the salwar kameez is heightened. Pashmina Taffeta is known for its feel and the spreading warmth, and it takes a discerning ability to recognize a true Pashmina product, since the manufacture of ersatz fibres have now come into vogue.
The beautiful cream and green Pashmina silk block printed salwar suit has green and discreditable block prints as horizontal strips. The salwar is green silk with black dots blocked printed on it. The chunni is green pashmina silk with black colour dots all over and black colour block printed groove borders. This very charming piece would function for parties, weddings, social occasions, festivals further many other occasions.
The illuminate coloured blue pashmina silk salwar suit with plain blue pashmina silk kameez has beautiful zardozi embroidery on its border. The fiber salwar is also plain slump with a few zari strips distributed horizontally. The dupatta is also a sheer blue with zardozi embroidery at the ends. A simple elegant piece, it would agree almost any occasion for its sheer rich feel.
Some people believe Pashmina from Nepal are the best in quality because of the conditions to which the mountain goats have adapted over centuries. The high Himalayas of Nepal has a harsh, cold aura and in order to survive, the mountainous goats have developed exceptionally warm and light fiber which may be slightly coarser and warmer than cashmere fibers obtained from lower region goats. Nepali pashmina is called Changra Pashmina. But the fact is, Ladakh pashmina is also similar to the Nepali pashmina as the Ladakhi pashmina is produced in similar high altitudes of chanthan on the India\China border at Kashmir. There we judge very unheated temperatures, and the climate is very supportive to the pashmina producing types regarding goat. To survive the freezing environment at 14,000 podalic altitude, it grows a unique, incredibly soft pashm (inner coat) six times finer than human hair. Being it is only 14-19 microns in diameter, it cannot live spun by machines, so the wool is hand-woven into cashmere products including shawls, scarves, wraps, throws, stoles etc. for export worldwide. Pashmina is the name given to it as Iranians came to Kashmir via the routes from Drass Ladakh, and found it very soft and tough in quality. Pashmina is the word “pashm” meaningful wool, so we can compare the Ladakhi pashmina with original Nepali pashmina. Kashmir pashmina has been famous for centuries due to its quality et al products parity plain pashmina, woven jamawars, embroidered pashmina.