Pashmina was first made by inhabitants of Kashmir. The quest for making a fine warm fabric to protect them from the harsh winter created Pashmina when they discovered an animal that produced one of the warmest raw materials called Pashm, the name given to the fleece of Changthangi goat. The best Kashmiri shawls produced today are made from the soft, downy undercoat that growa primarily on the neck and belly of the Himalayan mountain goat,”capra hiracus”.
07-08-2018 : Kashmir Pashmina Handloom of India A commemorative postage stamp
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SKU: INDS09000782315056 Category: Stamps
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