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Fawn Brown Floral and Stripes Jacquard Wool fringe shawl
Rs.1,700.00  Rs.1,395.00
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Multicolour Striped Pashmina shawl with a Fringe
Rs.1,800.00  Rs.1,495.00
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Tartan Design Pashmina shawl in Red Orange and Grey
Rs.1,800.00  Rs.1,495.00
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Lilac and Vanilla Brown Chequered Soft Pashmina shawl
Rs.1,800.00  Rs.1,495.00
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Serene Stripes Soft Pashmina shawl in Blue and Brown
Rs.1,800.00  Rs.1,495.00
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Blue and Silver Gerry Plaid Soft Pashmina shawl
Rs.1,800.00  Rs.1,495.00
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Pastel Shades Vertical Stripes soft Pashmina shawl
Rs.1,800.00  Rs.1,495.00
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Camel Brown Keri Motifs Soft Pashmina embroidered shawl
Rs.2,300.00  Rs.1,895.00
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Glade Design Bright Red Hand Woven Pashmina shawl
Rs.2,400.00  Rs.1,995.00
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Maroon and Red Floral Design Pashmina shawl
Rs.2,400.00  Rs.1,995.00
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Triple Design Cerise Pink Soft Pashmina Woven shawl
Rs.2,400.00  Rs.1,995.00
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Navy and light Blue Keri Design Pashmina shawl
Rs.2,400.00  Rs.1,995.00
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Shawls Online Shopping


Shawls are immensely popular in this part of the world. It’s a mark of tradition and complements well with other traditional Indian women wear such as the Salwars, Sarees and even kurtis. Shawls are found in great variety in different colours, designs and make. These are usually based on fabrics like silk, pashmina, jamawar, cashmere and others.
Indian shawls have been hugely popular in India and across the geographical boundaries. They are laden with heavy embroidery works, ethnic decorative works, bright color tones, based on extremely soft and warm fabrics like silk, cashmere, jamawar etc. Cashmere and pashminas are two of the most popular silk variants. They are used not just for manufacturing shawls, but also the trendier and a little more modern designs in scarves and stoles. Jamawar shawls are another popular variety in silk shawls. All these styles are different in their fabric mixes and embroidery works. Prints and motifs generally have Asian influences, with lots of intricate hand works.