Indian Pashmina Stoles
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Kashmir, apart from snow-capped mountains, serene lakes and delicious cuisine, is also home to Pashmina, which is a fine form of cashmere wool. The wool comes from pashmina goat that is found at high altitiudes in The Himalays. The word is derived from the Persian word Peshmineh, which means 'made from Pashm' (Persian for wool). Pashmina products are hand-spun, woven and embroidered only in Kashmir.