Zari Pashmina shawl

Pashmina is a fine type of Kashmir wool. The name comes from Persian: pašmina, meaning “made from wool “and literally translates to “Soft Gold” in Kashmiri. Basic need of Pashmina is to drive away cold. Bhat Brothers pashminas are closely woven, thick and comfortable to wrap you, cover you fully, used as throw while watching TV, used as a blanket too. The Kashmir shawl is characterized by the elaboration of its design, in which the “Zari” pattern is a prominent feature, and by the glowing harmony, brilliance, depth, and enduring qualities of its colors. The basis of these excellences is found in the very fine, soft, short, flossy under-wool, called Pashmina, found on the shawl-goat.

History of Pashmina Zari Shawl

Pashmina Zari Shawl, in history, has been the talk of the royalty. Zari threads were gold or silver threads that were woven as a garment of a privileged or a well-respected person and often embroidered. The Zari Pashmina is best styled not just as an accessory, rather with an outfit that accentuates the shawl over the whole look.

Manufacturing of Zari Shawls

Bhat Brother manufacture a wide range of products which include Trendy 100% Pashmina Kashmiri Shawl with Zari, Casual 100% Pashmina Kashmiri Shawl with Zari, Traditional 100% Pashmina Kashmiri Shawl with Zari and Fancy 100% Pashmina Kashmiri Shawl with Zari.

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