Entangled floral vines span their grace all over the surface of the rich Pashmina shawl, as the most elegant piece of wrap accessory takes birth in the beautiful valley of Kashmir. The intricate needleowrk, known as the sozni embroidery, covers the base Pashmina surface in the Jali pattern, breathing life into its plain white surface. All the embroidered adornment is given a final touch by a thin sozni border on two opposite sides, in the woody brown shade. Wrap around your shoulders, the Kashmiri Pashmina, this winter season, and flaunt the queenly aura that you are set to exude.About Sozni Sozni, like many other arts of Kashmir was brought in to Kashmir by the Sufi mystic, Shah-e-Hamdan. The embroidery is done by hand, with a small needle that at the hands of the artisan works magic on a Shawl. Sozni is also done on other apparel in the fabrics of cotton, silk and wool. Though the embroidery is extremely fine on the Pashmina Shawls as compared to the silk, cotton or woolen fabric, the charm it inspires is nonetheless the same.