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Dulhan ki tarah sajai jati hai Pashmina Shawls”, By Late Haji Sheikh Bashir Ahmed

In the Conversation with the press person of “Punjab Kesari”, Jalandhar he also mentioned about this distinctive handicraft, which is also one of the traditional craft of Kashmir.  From the beginning of making pashmina shawls it is known for its Royalty, Luxurious feel & Warmth. These Pashmina Shawls are decorated by hand needle work, which is such a difficult work of art & it also takes a long time to complete one shawl. But it’s beauty says it all.

“Dulhan ki tarah sajai jati hai Pashmina Shawls”, a poetic expression coined by Late Haji Sheikh Bashir Ahmed, encapsulates the timeless allure and elegance of Kashmiri craftsmanship. In a candid conversation with the press person of “Punjab Kesari”, Jalandhar, Late Haji Sheikh Bashir Ahmed shed light on this distinctive handicraft, which stands as a proud emblem of Kashmir’s rich cultural heritage.

From time immemorial, the art of making Pashmina shawls has been synonymous with royalty, luxury, and unparalleled warmth. Crafted with meticulous hand needlework, each shawl is a labor of love and devotion, requiring hours of painstaking effort to complete. Yet, it is precisely this dedication to detail and craftsmanship that lends Pashmina shawls their exquisite beauty and timeless appeal.

As Late Haji Sheikh Bashir Ahmed aptly remarked, “Dulhan ki tarah sajai jati hai Pashmina Shawls” — akin to adorning a bride on her wedding day, Pashmina shawls exude an unmatched grace and sophistication that transcends time and trends. Each stitch, each motif tells a story of tradition, heritage, and craftsmanship passed down through generations, making every Pashmina shawl a true work of art.

In an age where mass production and commercialization threaten to overshadow traditional crafts, the enduring beauty and allure of Pashmina shawls serve as a poignant reminder of the importance of preserving and celebrating our cultural heritage. Late Haji Sheikh Bashir Ahmed’s words resonate with a profound appreciation for the craftsmanship and artistry that define Kashmiri culture, inviting us to marvel at the beauty of Pashmina shawls and the rich legacy they represent

In an age where mass production and commercialization threaten to overshadow traditional crafts, the enduring beauty and allure of Pashmina shawls serve as a poignant reminder of the importance of preserving and celebrating our cultural heritage. Late Haji Sheikh Bashir Ahmed’s words resonate with a profound appreciation for the craftsmanship and artistry that define Kashmiri culture, inviting us to marvel at the beauty of Pashmina shawls and the rich legacy they represent.

Furthermore, the significance of Pashmina shawls extends beyond their aesthetic appeal. In Kashmiri culture, these shawls hold a special place as symbols of prestige, status, and tradition. They are cherished heirlooms passed down through generations, serving as tangible reminders of the rich cultural tapestry of the region.

Late Haji Sheikh Bashir Ahmed’s profound words underscore the importance of recognizing and preserving the heritage of Kashmiri craftsmanship for future generations. In honoring the artistry and skill of Kashmiri artisans, we pay homage to a tradition that has endured for centuries and continues to captivate the hearts and minds of people around the world.

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LAST UPDATED: 24-04-2024, By SHAFIA .

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