Pashmina is viewed as the best craftsmanship in the world which changes the extraordinarily warm and sensitive Cashmere strings to rich accessories. The fleece of Changthangi Goat is known as ‘Pashm’ which is an Urdu word and has its origins in Farsi. This goat is exotic and is just found there, 15000 feet above sea level in Ladakh - Jammu and Kashmir, making the craft of Pashmina considerably more extraordinary and is thus worshipped from one side of the world to the other. When the lavish cashmere fiber turns into yarn, it passes on to the weaver. The craft of weaving is the defining moment in the making of a Pashmina. It changes the Cashmere yarn into the best pashmina wraps, stoles, scarves, and clothing the naked eye has at any point have seen. A weaver cautiously mounts the yarn over his customary wooden handloom and starts weaving with an agreeable exertion of his hand and foot. It takes somewhere from three to fourteen days to get done with the weaving of one pashmina scarf, pashmina wrap or a pashmina cloak. Pashmina has intrigued lords, royals, and individuals all around the world by its enchanted appeal and conventional elegance. This is the motivation behind why Kashmir Origin decided to exhibit the wonderful and magnificent attitude of this extremely old craftsmanship to the world.


Autumn in Kashmir is equivalent to walnut-harvesting season. Growers pluck the dry fruits every year in mid-September and send the crop to the markets. Locally known as “Doen”, Kashmiri walnuts are or...