The Traditional Pashmina by Bodh and Bhutia Tribe
Once the exclusive reserve of royalty, the Pashmina wool originated from the magnificent vales of Leh-Ladakh and Garhwal by the Bodh and Bhutia tribe. The only art form to have endured generations of political, religious and economic upheaval, it continues to offer strong prospects of affluence and sophistication. Pashmina refers to the fine cashmere wool and the textiles made out of it, the most popular derivative being the Pashmina shawl. The well known centers for shawl weaving are Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh- each state weaving and embellishing the shawl in its own exceptional fashion, so much so that ultimately some of these immaculate pieces end up as museum exhibits.
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