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Pashmina wool is the softest, most luxurious and the best wool in the world. Pashmina is the soft, thick undercoat that keeps the beautiful changra mountain goat warm through the freezing, high-altitude winters of Tibet and Ladakh. Its comes from Himalayan region as finest Kashmir wool which is derived at the altitudes of 12000 to 14000 ft from a special goat (Capra Hircus), where temperature goes down up to -40 degree centigrade. The thermo conductivity of the wool is the best in the world, as it survives the animal at minus 40 degree centigrade. The animal survives because of this nature’s gifted hair. Each spring it is gently and lovingly combed out by hand by the locals, so the animals are unperturbed. Then it is hand spun into gossamer-fine yarn on a 'charkha' (spinning wheel) and woven into fabric on ancient handlooms in the Kashmir Valley. All these processes are extremely complex and contribute to the amazing softness and luxuriant qualities of the end product. Pashmina fibre is less than 15-19 micron in thickness making it very soft (in comparison human hair is 75 microns thick). Semi Pashmina Availability of pure pashmina is limited and hence it is very expensive. Being very light and delicate, embroidery on pashmina is difficult and can be done only by few master craftsmen. So weavers add some fine quality angora wool to increase it durability. This is called Semi Pashmina. It has the similar luxurious feel and warmth.
     
     
Cashmere wool usually simply known as cashmere, is a fibre obtained from Cashmere and other types of goats. The word cashmere derives from an old spelling of Kashmir. Cashmere is fine in texture, strong, light, and soft. Historically, fine-haired Cashmere goats have been called Capra hircus laniger, as if they were a subspecies of the domestic goat Capra hircus. However, they are now more commonly considered part of the domestic goat subspecies Capra aegagrus hircus. Cashmere goats produce a double fleece that consists of a fine, soft undercoat or underdown of hair mingled(Cashmere) with a straighter and much coarser outer coating of hair called guard hair.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Silk Pashmina is a fabric in which pure silk is interwoven with Pashmina. Silk gives the Pashmina an elegant sheen, lightweight and softer feel, as well as a more slender silhouette and great drape. General ratio is 70% pashmina and 30% silk, however it can be in the ratio of 50:50.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
Silk Cashmere & Silk Wool, is a fabric in which pure mulberry silk is interwoven with Cashmere or fine Merino Wool. It has a very soft feel and gives a luxurious look. General ratio is 70% Wool and 30% silk; however it can be in the ratio of 60:40 or 50:50.