History of the famous Cashmere!
The history of Cashmere dates back to between the 3rd century BC to 11th century AD. It was in the 15th century that Cashmere was brought into its real form, as we know it today, and the fiber was given its true worth by the ruler of Kashmir Zayn-ul-Abidin, as he also brought in some distinguished weavers of Turkestan.
Cashmere shawls became a rage in Europe soon after their colonisation of India.
It is one of the best naturally available naturally woven textiles and can be worn in any climate. This fabric has gained popularity beyond the boundaries of Kashmir and has managed to capture the hearts of people in India, U.S, U.K, and the Middle East.
It is recommended to wash Cashmere in lukewarm water, as its fiber is very delicate and smooth.