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Lamees Black Do Rukha Pashmina Shawl


Lamees Black Do Rukha Pashmina Shawl


Time taken to craft - 3 years

100% Cashmere

Handwoven & Hand embroidered

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Ethical & Sustainable

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Color: Black
Size: 80in x 40in/2m x 1m
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Why we Love it

The aesthetic eminence of a Pashmina has been brought to life by this freshly handcrafted luxury assortment of Do Rukha shawls. Lamees is one such shawl that has been crafted in black and hand embroidered in the realms of the fine Sozni Kari. The embroidery is done in such a way that one side mirrors the design of the other side, and both look pleasing and exceptionally graceful. The shawls are ideal to be taken along in your trousseau, and to be passed on to the next generation.

  • Handwoven in Kashmir
  • Hand Embroidered with Love
  • 100% Grade A Cashmere
  • Guaranteed Authenticity
  • Complimentary Luxury Gift Box
  • Complimentary Worldwide Shipping
The Exquisite Craftsmanship

"Do-Rukha", literally means "two-faced" and it refers to the specific type of wraps that were woven in a manner that the embroidery on the front of the wrap is mirrored by the pattern on the back thus earning it the title of Aksi Do Rukha (aksi meaning reflection). An Aksi Do Rukha wrap has been in style since 1860 and is widely cherished for its unique weave and embroidery which gives the wearer the pleasure of having two wraps in one. The magnificent features and intricate embroidery makes this type of wraps the most extravagant and costly than all the other types of Cashmere.

An embroidered Do Rukha wrap can be combined with a plain backside or a mirror image of the front side. Nevertheless, however, patterned, this variety of Cashmere wraps has earned global acclaim for its fine Cashmere base and magically profuse embroidery that makes it a symbol of superior craftsmanship and a piece of art.


It is said that Emperor Akbar was a true patron of Do Rukha wraps but those wraps were woven in the Kani weave. It is even mentioned in the Ain E Akbari, a biography written in the court of Akbar, that his majesty owned a huge variety of these Do Rukha Kani wraps. It is even believed that these wraps were considered exceptionally luxurious and expensive, and would be traded worth their weight in gold. Some used these wraps in the form of tax or paid a king's ransom. It is these same wraps that inspired the present-day Embroidered Do Rukha variety which is equally extravagant and royal.

The Golden Hands behind this Art

The Aksi Do Rukha Cashmere wraps are crafted by master craftsmen who weave the wraps in such perfection that magically both sides of the wrap become a mirror image of each other. These expert artisans live for these pieces, as the wraps are their only source of income. It takes some of these wraps more than 4 years to complete with 8-10 hours of work per day. It is after such painstaking and meticulous efforts that these craft marvels come into existence.

Wearing an embroidered DoRukha

The Aksi Do Rukha is perfect for gelid winter seasons as the underlying Cashmere is an archive of pleasant warmth. But since this variety is more lavish and expensive than the others, it is perfect for brides, wedding events, or luxury gifts to your dear ones.

Care: Taking care of your Aksi Do Rukha wrap is quintessential. One has to make sure to store these safely, thereby preserving them from the harmful effects of moths. As far as cleaning this type of wrap is considered, always get them dry cleaned professionally. Remember that this exquisite piece with you is not just pricey, but a treasured heritage whose worth aggrandizes more and more as time passes.

Guaranteed Quality

We appreciate that you expect the finest quality of Pashmina from us. So we follow a stringent quality-testing approach on every single piece that we produce. Our Pashminas go through an inflexible testing procedure at the Craft Development Institute (CDI) of Srinagar, the only fully-focused Pashmina lab in India. After testing our Pashminas come with lab reports, fibre tests, name of product and artisan and product life and durability.

We guarantee the purity and authenticity of our products. We are 100% sure about our products being handwoven from pure Cashmere yarn. If you are not satisfied with the product, or if it is proven that any of our claims are false, you can easily return it to us with a full refund.

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Fair Trade & Sustainable

In the modern era where fast fashion has become a whirring concept, people have compromised with low quality, instant production, and accepted degradation that it causes to the environment. To lower the harmful impact of fast fashion fads on the planet, Pashmina.com produces environment friendly, sustainable wraps that last for generations. Our products are made from natural Cashmere fibre, dyed with nontoxic dyes and use water conservation methods for the final wash.

In addition to taking care of the environment, Pashmina.com makes sure that products are handcrafted by artisans who use traditional artisan skills and organic Cashmere yarn to produce ethereal pieces. As a mark of honour and a token of gratitude, we donate 5% of our proceeds to the artisan community to improve their livelihood and standards of living.

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