Zareen Zari Reversible Pashmina Shawl
The aristocratic women of ancient Europe used to handpick some Pashmina shawls which fascinated them more than the others. The Zareen shawl is one of that sort, which has been handwoven in a Do Rukha or reversible pattern. Hand embroidered in Zari embroidery, the shawl looks immensely elegant on formal occasions and weddings. Give this to your special ones as the most lavish gift or hold your head up high while draping it around your shoulders.
- Handwoven in Kashmir
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Hand embroidered Pashmina shawls, Kani Pashmina or Kalamkari shawls indeed are the most beautiful creations when it comes to embellishing a plain Pashmina shawl. But it is not possible to wear these marvels on a daily basis. Hence to find a way out, craftsmen found some alternatives, where the base would be Pashmina itself, but the embellishments more modern and apt for everyday use. The Do Rukha or Reversible shawl is one such kind.
What is the Do Rukha?
A Do Rukha has a unique pattern. It consists of two different colours on either side of a shawl, which is made possible during the weaving process.
Process: Threads of two different colours are woven together, in such a pattern that the top layer uses one colour and the bottom layer a different one. What comes into existence is a shawl of two shades and each one is more alluring than the other. It is up to the design of the shawl if it uses two different shades of the same colour, or two completely different colours for the two sides.
Zari Reversible Shawls
To make the Do-Rukha shawl less casual and more partywear, some craftsmen use the Zari thread on one side to make it more shimmery. This pattern of Pashmina shawls uses a Zari thread in the handloom itself. So it is the warps and wefts of Pashm and a shimmery thread of the Zari which are all interwoven together to prepare a Zari weave Pashmina shawl, which again, looks stunning on both sides."
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