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As the kani artisan sets up his handloom, he feels nostalgic about the departed spring season, and decides to capture pretty little multi coloured butterflies from his imagination, and weaves them on the shawl in the meticulous kani weave. As he starts weaving he places the butterflies in all directions and in all colours, in the bootidar pattern and ends the shawl with double borders, one of the floral vines and other of the traditional dyad blocks. Finally the shawl is ready, looking as graceful as its underlying Kashmiri Pashmina fabric, in the warm blue shade, which gives it the timeless sheen for which it is loved and cherished by the elegant ladies all over the world.About Kani Pashmina Brought into the world of luxury fashion by Empress Josephine who was gifted the Kani Jamavar by Napolean, perhaps nothing speaks of the glorious Arts and Crafts of Kashmir, as does a sumptuous Kani Pashmina. The wraps were first made in Kashmir 600 years ago and the popularity grew in the era of Mughal Emperor Akbar. Kani in Kashmiri means small wooden sticks which are used to create eclectic patterns in Pashminas at the time of weaving. A fully Jamawar Kani Pashmina takes about 12 to 24 months to complete.
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Think of the spectacular Kashmiri Kani and M.A. Shalla is the name to reckon with. The brand is known to craft elegies in Pashmina using small bobbins locally known as Kanis. Being into the art of Pashmina making for decades altogether, M.A. Shalla is presided over by a father and son duo who work meticulously with grassroot artisans and give them a platform to showcase their mastery to the world.
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