Goat: A Story of Kashmir and Notting Hill
A journalist based in India, Justine Hardy started trading pashmina shawls as a way of raising funds to support an education programme in some of Delhi's slum areas. This text tells the story of the goat hair, gathered from herds that graze among the high-altitude monasteries of Little Tibet, woven in villages near the Kashmiri border with Pakistan, and sold to ladies-who-lunch of London's Notting Hill.
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Hardy , J. (2000). Goat: A Story of Kashmir and Notting Hill. London: J. Murray.