Sozni Shawls & Stoles

Sozni embroidery is the most intricate of needlework mastered by skilled Kaarigars of Kashmir...



A Kani shawl is a type of Kashmir shawl originating from the Kanihama area of Kashmir. It is one of the oldest handicraft of Kashmir.


kalamkari Shawls

Kalamkari is one the most traditional art forms of India known for its extraordinary exquisite hand painting on the fabric

About Our Organisation

Mirza Fabric, a private limited company starts its process from the foot-hills of Himalayas, where flocks of goats are regularly combed by hand and this hair is only used in the process of making pashmina. Combing to separating the coarse hair, to spreading, weaving and manufacturing the pashmina on simple machines followed by the antique embroidery as well as modern designs work on them and all is concluded magnificently by our selective craftsmen which we then export worldwide

Recognition & Awards

This Government recognised star export enterprise has received the award for the best exporter of shawls by “Kashmir chamber of Commerce and industries for three consecutive years and the craftsmanship still continues to this day in every masterpiece created by mirza fabric pvt ltd.


This firm was founded by our Late Grandfather in 1963 that leads us to this day.

Mirza Fabric

Our Showroom In

Mecca, Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia Dubai, United Arab Emirates New Delhi, India

Our Factory In

Srinagar Jammu & Kashmir, India


Pashmina Raw Material | Shawls | Stoles | Scarves | Pray Rugs | Wall Hanging | Suits | Sarees | Pheran



Our Vision & Mission

VISION - To acknowledge the world about the purity and diversity of this luxurious fashion apparel.
MISSION:- To provide people the feel of warmth of our apparels with the touch of elegance and class by assisting them to cope up with the latest trend.

The Finest Quality of Shawls For Your Perfect Outfit..

What our clientele have to say


Kashmir shawl, also spelled Cashmere, type of woollen shawl woven in Kashmir. According to tradition, the founder of the industry was Zayn-ul-ʿĀbidīn 15th-century ruler of Kashmir who introduced weavers from Turkistan. Although woolen shawls were mentioned in writings of the 3rd century BC and the 11th century AD, it is only in the 16th century that the first specific references to Kashmir work appeared. Kashmir shawls are woven partly or wholly from goat hair called pashm. In the 19th century, shawls were classified as pashm shāla (made from the hair of domesticated goats) and aslī tūsh (made from the hair of wild goats).