Kani weaving is a traditional handloom weaving technique from the state of Jammu & Kashmir in India. It is known for its intricate designs and use of natural dyes. The technique is used to weave shawls, stoles, and other textiles using fine quality wool. The patterns used in Kani weaving are inspired by nature and include motifs of flowers, leaves, and birds. The process is labor-intensive and requires a high degree of skill and patience. The Kani shawl is considered to be a luxury item and is highly prized for its beauty and craftsmanship. It is also considered as a traditional and cultural heritage of the region.