Pashmina has been recognized worldwide to be the most luxurious of natural fibers. Pashmina the Nepalese word for the highest Quality of cashmere is an ultra fine and exceedingly soft wool. This fine wool comes from the undercoat of the Capra Hircus goat. These goats are found at the altitude of 12,000-14,000 feet in the Himalayas, the Tibetan Plateau, and Mongolia. At first, Pashmina was woven into Shawls on a warp of cotton. The preferred composition of these shawls eventually changed into cashmere and silk because of the fabric's superior pliancy and sheen. At NepaCrafts, We are collecting Pashmina from the finest producer in Nepal who have been manufacturing pashmina for a long time and passing the manufacturing skills through generations.
OUR PASHMINAS ARE ECO-FRIENDLY, DYED & PRODUCED UNDER FAIR TRADE!