Pashmina is, made from the soft undercoat of Cashmere goats (Capra Hirus), a longhaired goat, known for its fine, silky wool, found commonly in the Tibetan plateau and the Himalayan Mountains of the kingdom of Nepal as well as in India. The soft fleece found underneath of the Cashmere goat?s topcoat of hair is used to produce cashmere, fine wool that is the best natural insulation in the world. The term cashmere also refers to soft fine wool fabric with a twill (diagonal) weave, and to some similar fabrics. Hence the Pashmina is also known as the cashmere. The quality of pashmina may be shawl, stoles muffler or sweater, made with 100% pashmina, 75% pashmina, 30% silk and 50% pashmina, 50% silk. The price of the pashmina may vary from USD $ 8 to 100. the price and quality may vary according to the order of the buyer.