Pashmina Salwar Kameez: Pashmina (otherwise called Pashm) is a fine cashmere wool, originating from Kashmir in India and a few sections of Nepal. The word ‘Pashmina’ originates from the Persian word ‘Pashmineh’ which signifies ‘produced using Pashm’, and Pash implies fleece in Persian. The Iranians, who came to Kashmir by means of the Ladakh course, gave the fabric its name, ‘Pashmina’.
The wool originates from either a Changthangi goat or a Pashmina goat which are an uncommon type of goats indigenous to the high height locales of Nepal and India. The acclaimed Pashmina shawls are produced using this fine fiber.
It comes in 2 principle variations – Ladakh Pashmina and Pashmina from Nepal. Shawls from Nepal are viewed as the best in quality on the grounds that the mountain goats adjusted to the cruel chilly atmosphere throughout the years build up a coat which gives an outstandingly warm and light fiber. It is somewhat hotter and coarser than the Cashmere strands got from lower locale goats. Ones from Nepal is known as the Chyangra Pashmina. The shawl from Nepal came into the spotlight when it was worn by Princess Diana.
Ladakh pashmina is additionally like the Nepali pashmina as it is likewise produced in the comparable high elevations in Kashmir close to the India-China fringe. In the midst of the cool temperatures, these goats build up an extraordinary, fantastically delicate pashm (inward coat) or, in other words better than that of human hair. Since the fiber is fine, it can’t be spun by machines. Along these lines, the wool is hand-woven into Cashmere items like scarves, shawls and wraps, and suits.
A Pashmina item can keep going for a considerable length of time whenever taken appropriate consideration. It gets gentler and more lavish with each wash. This fabric ought to ideally be laundered. In any case, you can delicately hand wash it once in a while with a woolen fabric cleanser.