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[[Kashmir]], in [[India]], was a pivotal point through which the wealth, knowledge, and products of ancient India passed to the world. Perhaps the most widely known woven textiles are the famed Kashmir shawls. The ''Kanikar'', for instance, has intricately woven designs that are formalized imitations of Nature. The ''Chenar'' leaf (plane tree leaf), ''apple and cherry blossoms'', the ''rose and tulip'', the ''almond and pear'', the ''nightingale''—these are done in deep mellow tones of maroon, dark red, gold yellow and browns. Yet another type of Kashmir shawl is the ''Jamiavr'', which is a brocaded woolen fabric sometimes in pure wool and sometimes with a little cotton added.
 
[[Kashmir]], in [[India]], was a pivotal point through which the wealth, knowledge, and products of ancient India passed to the world. Perhaps the most widely known woven textiles are the famed Kashmir shawls. The ''Kanikar'', for instance, has intricately woven designs that are formalized imitations of Nature. The ''Chenar'' leaf (plane tree leaf), ''apple and cherry blossoms'', the ''rose and tulip'', the ''almond and pear'', the ''nightingale''—these are done in deep mellow tones of maroon, dark red, gold yellow and browns. Yet another type of Kashmir shawl is the ''Jamiavr'', which is a brocaded woolen fabric sometimes in pure wool and sometimes with a little cotton added.
   
The floral designing appears like heavy close embroidery-like weave in dull silk or soft ''pashmina'' wool, and usually comprises small or large flowers delicately sprayed and combined; some shawls have net-like patterns with floral ensemble motifs in them. Still another type of Kashmir shawl is the ''Dourukha'', a woven shawl that is so done as to produce the same effect on both sides. This is a unique piece of craftsmanship, in which a multi-coloured pattern scheme is woven all over the surface, and after the shawl is completed, the ''rafugar'' (expert embroiderer) works the outlines of the motifs in darker shades to bring into relief the beauty of design. This attractive mode of craftsmanship not only produces a shawl which is reversible because of the perfect workmanship on both sides, but it combines the crafts of both weaving and embroidery and religious beliefs believe in different shawls.
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The floral designing appears like heavy oh yeah close embroidery-like weave in dull silk or soft ''pashmina'' wool, and usually comprises small or large flowers delicately sprayed and combined; some shawls have net-like patterns with floral ensemble motifs in them. Still another type of Kashmir shawl is the ''Dourukha'', a woven shawl that is so done as to produce the same effect on both sides. This is a unique piece of craftsmanship, in which a multi-coloured pattern scheme is woven all over the surface, and after the shawl is completed, the ''rafugar'' (expert embroiderer) works the outlines of the motifs in darker shades to bring into relief the beauty of design. This attractive mode of craftsmanship not only produces a shawl which is reversible because of the perfect workmanship on both sides, but it combines the crafts of both weaving and embroidery and religious beliefs believe in different shawls.
   
 
The most expensive shawls, called ''Shatoosh'', are made from the beard hairs of the wild [[ibex]]. They are so fine that a whole shawl can be pulled through a small finger ring.
 
The most expensive shawls, called ''Shatoosh'', are made from the beard hairs of the wild [[ibex]]. They are so fine that a whole shawl can be pulled through a small finger ring.
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