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  1. Gift Your Family a Wonderful and Cozy Premium Shawls This Diwali

    In the season of festivals, we Indians have a tendency to celebrate our rituals, traditions and festivals with great happiness, camaraderie and enthusiasm. People greet one another, exchange presents, get togethers and enjoy their moments with great elan. As you know, Diwali-the festival of lights is approaching soon. Would you like to give something special this Diwali to your loved ones? Would you like to give something premium so that they remember your present for a lifetime? If your answer is yes, then you have landed on the right blog post because The Amritsar Store (in Amritsar) is giving you an opportunity to give a premium shawl to your mates and dear ones.

    The Amritsar Store has a great collection of men’s and women’s wear, accessories, etc. In the season of Diwali, the

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  2. What is the significance of Kada? How to buy personalize kada from Amritsar Store?

    Kada is an accessory or an ornament which is worn on the wrist. It is basically a unisex product i.e men and women can wear this as a bracelet. Kadas have a great significance for the sikh community. After wearing this , they feel a sense of strength, courage and valor because this is one of the Kakkars of Sikh culture (the five Kakkars are Kesh, Kirpan, Kanga, Kachera and Kada). Some opine that you will feel some contentment and free from bad nightmares. It is not only popular among Punjabis but also people of other cultures, communities and ethnicities like to wear this ornament on their wrists. If you are looking for a variety of personalized kadas or you want to gift someone as a token of love then personalized kada will be your best bet. The Amritsar Store is quite popular in providing these things like personalized kada, women's clothes, men’s clothes, etc. Well if you are looking for some fancy personalized kadas then you have landed on the right place. You can buy Brass K

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  3. How to Differentiate Between Real and Fake Dhariwal Shawl?

    धारीवाल भारत के पंजाब राज्य के गुरदासपुर जिले में एक शहर और एक नगरपालिका परिषद है। धारीवाल अपनी ऊनी मिल के लिए सबसे प्रसिद्ध है। यह शहर रावी नदी के तट पर स्थित है और गुरदासपुर-बटाला राजमार्ग पर गुरदासपुर से 13 किमी दूर है। 

    इन दिनों बहुत कम ऊनी नॉटिंग यार्न निर्माता हैं, क्योंकि अधिकांश उद्योग पंजाब के लुधियाना में स्थानांतरित हो गए हैं। धारीवाल वूलन टेक्सटाइल मिल्स के नाम से एक मिल शॉल और लोहियों के निर्माता में विशेषज्ञ है और पूरे भारत में एक प्रसिद्ध ब्रांड है। 

    धारीवाल वूलन टेक्सटाइल मिल्स शॉल्स की खासियत इसकी शुद्ध ऊन से  बनी shawls / दुशाला  की  ऊष्मता है ये शॉल्स काफी गर्म होती है और सर्दियों में ये शाल आपको सर्द हवाओं  से बचाती है|

    धारीवाल वूलन टेक्सटाइल मिल्स की सबसे उत्कृष्ट shawls में से सबसे प्रसिद्ध 

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  4. Top 7 Most Famous Wools Around the World

    Wool is considered to be more warm than any other fibers in the world. Wool Fabric is also incredibly elastic, meaning it can easily be stretched when wet and yet return to its original shape once dried. Owing to these excellent features, wool is comfortably wornduring winters across the world to guard from winters. In this post, we will discuss different types of wool fibers

     

    7 Different Kinds of Wool in the World

     

    Merino wool: Merino wool is considered to produced from merino sheep fur's. It is by far the softest and smooth of the wool produced by the Sheep. It is found in a variety of hues, such as: pastels, vivid tints, and multi-color strands. The countries which produces Merino Wool are Australia, Newzealand

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  5. 5 Tests to Identify Genuine Pashmina | Real vs Fake Pashmina

    Everyone desires to own a Pashmina Shawl. Pashmina Shawls exudes elegance and royalness. So if you have decided to buy luxurious Pashmina Shawl to remain warm & stylish for the winters. However, you should be cautious and know how to differentiate between the original Pashmina Shawl and Fake Pashmina Shawls as unscrupulous people filling up the market, you can be cheated if you do not buy with caution. Therefore, being a legit Pashmina Shawls seller in India, we are sharing a few tests that will help you identify the Original Pashmina.

    1. The burn test: We know it is hard for you as you would not want to spoil your precious Shawl, however, you can only take a thread of shawl out of the fringes. Now you simply need to put the thread on a ceramic or steel pot without covering it with a lid, you can also use a microwave-safe plate for the purpose. Once you have placed the fabric piece on the plate, simply light a match and let it burn. You will see it burn and

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  6. Some Amazing Health Benefits of Wearing Kada

    India as a diverse nation, has a lot of different states and those states have different cultures, rituals and traditions. Punjab is among them. Due to its Sikh history, Punjab has a great significance. Punjabis have their own rituals which they perform with great courage and without any hesitation. They are known for their bravery and valour. Guru Gobind Singh Ji created Khalsa Panth in the year of 1699 in which he told his Panj Pyaras to wear five Kakkars. Punjabi Kada is one of them. In this article, we will take you to the journey of health benefits of wearing Punjabi Kada. As Kada is the mark of concealment and courtesy. Punjabis consider this not only a jewelry part but it is the symbol of bondage with their Guru/God.

    Health benefits of wearing  Kada:

    Some medical experts opine that wearing Kada affects the human body in a positive way. It helps to reflect negative energies and attract positive

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  7. Importance of Kada in Sikhism? Health Benefits of wearing Copper Kada

    It is in form of an unadorned bangle/bracelet and is usually made of iron. It is one of the five Kakaars or 5K which acts as five external articles of faith in Sikhism. The other four being Kesh , Kanga, Kachera and Kirpan.


    A karra is, generally, worn on the right hand but left-handed people can wear it on their left hand too.

    In Sikhism and to Sikhs, it has the following significance:

    1) Worn on the wrist: Acts as a constant reminder that Our Guru acts through us so we must be careful about our actions. Whatever we do, good or bad; others will judge our Guru or religion through us. We must never bring shame or disgrace to our Guru by indulging in any evil deeds. A mere look at our hands is enough to remind us of our purpose in life, i.e. to act in service of God through service of mankind.

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  8. Different Types of Kada? How to Style Kada in Different Ways

    Punjabi Kada has become immensely famous across India and all around the world. It is one of the beloved accessories which is mostly worn in Punjab. If you have got a chance to visit Punjab, so you have seen people wearing Kada's in their hands. Punjabi Kada is among one of the Five Kakkars. Both men and women in Punjab proudly wear Kada's to feel connected with God. Kada is basically a symbol of concealment and courtesy. It is ranked with supreme power.

    Kadas are worn as an Amulet of Protection. Kada is similar to the evil eye bracelets worn in the Mediterranean. It is worn by Sikhs and Kundalini Yogis for protection.

    However, nowadays Kada is not only confined to spirituality, but it has become one of the hottest fashion accessories. A few years back only sikhs were wearing Kada, but after the eruption of social media & tourism, people across the world have started donning Kada's.

    There are a plethora of Kadas available in the market, but we will be sharing

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  9. How to Measure the Kada Size Correctly

    If you ever get a chance to visit Punjab, you must have notice a lot of men & women wearing Kada. So if you are curious to know why Punjabis Wear Kada? Punjabis have their rituals and a set of beliefs to lead life. Punjabi Kada is regarded to be one of the five Kakkars. Sikhism is a religion known for its history. Our Sikh Gurus had sacrificed their lives for their people and religion. Kada is a bracelet made of Steel introduced by the tenth guru of Sikhs - Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

    This bracelet depicts the selfless nature of Sikh people. Moreover, it also shows the permanent bonding of Sikhs with their community. By wearing Kada, Sikhs, promise to help those who are in need.

    People wear Kada with a belief to get connected with their god. Nowadays, you won't only see Sikhs wearing Kada, but owing to its beauty and style, it has become a style statement, especially

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  10. History & Different Types of Phulkari Embroidery

    Phulkari Dupatta can be worn in different ways. However, do you know the history of Phulkari Dupatta? If not, then here we will share in detail with you "What is the phulkari" and what is its history.

    Meaning of Phulkari:


    The word 'Phulkari' translates into ‘flower work’, and has a history etched in the culture of Punjab. Spun from the charkha this spectacular style of embroidery is patterned on odinis, shawls, kurtis and chunris. The main feature of this phulkari dupatta is the use of the darn stitch on the backside of the cloth. The first mention of the Phulkari dupatta is being mentioned in the famous folklore of Punjab Heera Ranjha. Phulkari is the dream weaver of every Punjabi girl.

    Phulkari is brought to India by the Jat People of Central Asia however, the patterns were not mentioned in texts but transmitted by

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