Treasured, adorned and loved by the royalty back in the day, Pashmina was called the “khilat” ie. the robe of honour. The earliest documentation of is from the Akbar’s reign where there is a reason to believe that the Kashmiri shawls were valued by the rich and famous for its unsurpassed qualities- gossamer fine, silken soft, feather-light in many parts of Asia for time immemorial.
Our ancestors have always carried this legacy forward and today pashmina makes an integral part of the trousseau of almost all Indian brides. It is undoubtedly one of the finest fabrics in the world and considered to be an apt wedding gift as well. If you are looking for some reasons as to why you should consider pashmina gifting to your loved ones, we will tell you why!
- It exudes royalty and class
- It’s a treasured art so it’s value will never go down
- It can be passed on from one generation to another
- The beauty of a Pashmina cannot be resisted
- If certified they could be resold at the same price or even higher.