______ region produces the pashmina wool?
D. Himachal Pradesh
Answer by Student
The correct answer is option (C): Ladakh
Detailed Explanation by Teachoo
The region that produces the pashmina wool is
Pashmina wool is a type of fine and soft wool that comes from a special breed of goat called the
goat. These goats live in the high altitudes of the Himalayas, especially in Ladakh, where they can withstand the cold and harsh climate.
- Pashmina wool is highly valued for its warmth, lightness, softness and durability.
Pashmina shawls are also an important part of the
culture and heritage of Ladakh,
where they are worn by both men and women on special occasions.
- They are also a source of income and livelihood for many artisans and farmers in the region.