In a seemingly endless world of black and gray apparel, vibrant colors of the Pashmina scarves and shawls seem to “SHOUT” from the walls of Navadurga Handicrafts & Singing Bowl House, Inc. The name Pashmina is Persian, meaning 'made from wool.' In Kashmiri, its literal translation is "Soft Gold," and once you run your fingers over the luxurious fibers you will see that it truly lives up to its name.
Finer and softer than sheep's wool, Pashmina is a rich cashmere that is obtained from four distinct breeds of goats found in the Himalayan regions. The shawls are then hand spun and woven from the fine cashmere fiber.
Pashmina can be worn many different ways. When tied around the neck it can smarten up a nice coat; worn loosely about the shoulders it helps retain warmth and it can even be donned as a head scarf . As an added benefit, Pashmina becomes softer with each use, so with proper care your scarves and shawls will last for years to come.
Located in Alameda, California, Navadurga Handicrafts & Singing Bowl House, Inc offers these beautiful selections in colors rich and unique. From peacock blues to fuchsia and emerald, you're sure to stand out in today’s more 'refined sea' of black and gray.
Put some color back into your life with beautiful Pashmina scarves and shawls from Navadurga Handicrafts and Singing Bowl House.
Navadurga Handicrafts & Singing Bowl House, Inc. is located in Alameda, CA.