Kullu shawl- Kullu Shawls are originated in Kullu Valley particularly along the river valley of Beas situated at the Himachal Pradesh. The Kullu Shawl is well known for its unique texture, yarn, and typical traditional design patterns. Kinds of materials used to manufacture the Shawls are local wool, Merino wool, Angora, Pashmina, synthetic yarn, Yalk wool, cotton, and other handcrafted material. A distinctive feature of Kullu shawls is the stripes or band running horizontally widthwise at the lateral ends. These bands, a few centimeters wide and varying from two to seven centimeters on each side, are decorated with a variety of patterns woven in brilliant colors like yellow, green, white of red on a black background or orange and green on a brown base. Kullu Shawl was registered under Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act, 1999 on 10 December 2004 obtaining Geographical indication No. 19.
-Geographical Region: Kullu, Himachal Pradesh
-GI registration No.: 19
-Fabric: Pure Wool
-Pattern: typical Kullu style
-Wash care: hand-Wash only
-Manufacturer: Procure by Vaidyaani (Authorized GI User)
-Marketed By: Vaidyaani, BO Bhagehar (NH-154), PO Chauntra, Teh Jogindernagar,Distt.Mandi(HP)
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