Chyangra Pashmina is internationally recognized as cashmere of the highest grade. It is the world’s most revered luxury fiber, sourced from the native Himalayan mountain goats called ‘Chyangra’ (capra hircus laniger) in Nepal. The Chyangra goats are raised high in the isolated Himalayas, at heights over three thousand meters above sea level.
The ultra-soft cashmere from the inner coat of the Chyangra goats holds a romantic and unique position within the luxury goods industry. It has been popular among the royal and noble dynasties for centuries as the fabric of the finest and the most prestigious garments. Spun by hand and woven or knitted into a wide variety of fabrics, this traditional material continues to find new applications and win the loyalty of new generations of discerning customers.