Someone had said that it would be very cold this time. Arranging for warm clothes and environmentalists had also predicted that weddings in families would also take place in the same season. Sweaters and full coats are rare in Karachi. Worn, especially in wedding ceremonies, women like to wear warm shawls as they are also available in comfortable, warm, pleasing designs and attractive colors and are suitable for all kinds of outfits.
Even during the day time, some women are seen wearing shawls instead of dupattas. Simple wool shawls also protect against cold and have a pleasant effect on the personality. Shawls are becoming more popular.
These famous and valuable shawls made by Kashmir artisans for the last three centuries are available at our specialty shops here.
Original pashmina shawls can be found in Kashmiris’ shops on Zeb-e-Nisa Street in Karachi, but they are available at high prices. These shawls are now being made by machine as well as by hand. The influence of many civilizations on the Kashmir Valley art This beautiful region has been ruled by Mughals, Afghans, Sikhs and Dogras. The existing shawls can be seen as a reflection of the skills of the craftsmen of all nations.
In other words, it is found in a combination of texture, legs and patterns. It is also mentioned in Kashmir before the 17th century. A tourist Baron Khan Beugal started making shawls during the reign of Sultan Zainal Abidin (1470-1420). While these were made in the 16th century, the industry employed about 500,000 people. Shawls made by local artisans are making their mark in Gilgit, Pakistan. Pashmina is also made here. In addition to wool, cotton, hamadar, tarkashi and emboss, there is also a variety of khadi and chalasi shawls. Now we have the choice to wear the shawl as per the occasion, the mood and the nature of the ceremony.