Srinagar, September 11: While the wives of the leaders of Australia and Brazil were recently in India to attend the G20 Summit in New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave them Kashmiri Pashmina Stoles in Papier Mache Boxes.
The Kashmiri Pashmina Stoles are painstakingly gathered from certain Himalayan goats, using a delicate combing procedure rather of shearing, and have many enthralling tales woven into its fabric.
The fibres are then expertly spun, weaved, and embellished by craftspeople using time-tested methods to create lightweight, warm, and exquisite stoles that exemplify classic beauty and expertise.
The pashmina has been revered by empresses and contemporary fashionistas alike for ages as a sign of monarchy. Women have adored these stoles for years due to their beautiful beauty and feel.
These stoles were tastefully displayed within boxes made of renowned Jammu and Kashmiri art, paper mache. artisanal works created with a combination of copper sulphate, rice straw, and paper pulp.