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Nepalese carpets are very fine and beautiful as well as elegant. Carpets made in Tibetan pattern are very popular all over the world because of fine, beautiful design, warmth and durability, etc. Such carpets of the best quality are hand-knotted, woven exclusively from highland Sheep wool from Tibet and some are mixed with other New Zealand long stable wool. They have immense export potentialities.

Carpets locally made are with Nepali and Tibetan motifs. Types of wool, dye, density of knots and production time reflect quality and price of carpet. Colors also very brilliant reds and blues to dusty roses and lavenders. Vegetable and plant dyes are mote costly, as chemical colors in considered unhealthy.


Is made of fur from Himalayan goat. It is soft, downy, warm and lightweight but made from the underfoot is of excellent quality and more expensive than the synthetic mixed of artificially colored ones. It is widely used for making sweater, blanket, shawl, and muffler. It is a major export item, which can compete in the international market.
Pashmina shawls are for the connoisseurs and woven at handloom. A Pashmina shawl excels in beauty, color, texture and design.

Brass and silver Wares

Nepalese use brass and silver wares in various ceremonial occasions. They are elegant curios. They are made in form of hollow vase by response method some of them are studded with cheap type of stones. Silver and brass, I different shape of animals viz. lions, elephants, sheep, birds or other grotesque animals like dragons, definitely draw attention.


Thangkas are traditional painting depicting curious religious deities portrayed on cotton scrolls and canvas. In Tibetan paintings, various facets of Buddhism of Tantric sect are depicted. Silver and gold dusts are important ingredients. They are excellent souvenirs. The old Thangkas or those made with nature base are more valuable. They are used as wall decoration and are very popular among the tourists visiting Nepal. Varieties of Buddhist and Hindu deities, esoteric philosophers and illustrative scenes are painted by traditional methods. Some such paintings contain horror-provoking images, the wheel of life. Images-of different gods and goddess, illustration of stories, various Shaktis (erotic figures) and imaginary representation of great thinkers, etc.

Thangkas or scroll paintings originated to represent spirituality of Tibetan Buddhism. It use spread throughout Tibet where being portable it was used by the lamas of nomadic tribes in religious ceremonies.

Historically, mediators used Things as. Figures portrayed were supposed to make a vivid and lasting impression on the viewer.


The curved metal knife is synonymous with the legendary Gurkha soldiers and their valor in many international wars. Blacksmiths manufacture it. It is an ideal souvenir as well as memento for people visiting this part of the world.
Khukri is a medium-length knife a formidable weapon and a cutting tool also. It is all-purpose knife. It symbolizes bravery and velour. It is an exquisite piece of Nepalese craftsmanship. It is a unique memento for a visitor to take back home from Nepal. Best Khukuries are those, which have no frills and are in untainted form, powerful and elegant.
Handloomed Dhaka
It is one of the indigenous products of Nepal, a major export item. It is used for making Shawl, Scarf, tablecloth, bed-sheet, etc.

Hand-loomed Dhaka cloth is also used for making dresses of different styles.

Hand-made Garments:

These produces include shawls, woolen sweaters, socks, jackets, trousers, caps and colorful souveniour items also made from these products. Nepalese trailers are adept at creating garments out of hand-loomed cotton. Silk, wool and leather. These products also include cotton T-Shirt, baggy trousers, and colorful shirts. Sporty scarves in Nepalese and Indian design. Tibetan wool jacket and hand night sheep wool sweaters for trekking are available at shops very where.


Today felt or felt based items are gaining popularity. Felt items are made of high quality wool from New Zealand and Australia. Felt hats and bags are very popular. They are seam free and completely washable.

Woolen Garments:

Different types of Nepalese woolen garments are really good and attractive to wear. They are available in various modern designs. Jackets and sweaters are popular items. Gloves made of wool are also available. Both ladies and gentlemen like them. These garments are made of wool, hand-woven on looms and tailored by hand.

A typical Nepalese also wear a cap, which is either black, or have various patterns. Printed caps are made of cloth such as covered with an overlap of fine muslin. Caps are cheap and popular gifts and are typically Nepalese.


Blocks of Nepalese themes are also popular. They are used for printing on paper and cloth. Now-a- days, Tibetan blacks ate also made for printing with Tibetan religious themes.

Tibetan Handicrafts:

The most popular of Tibetan curios is the prayer wheel, which makes a good souvenir for a gift. Tibetan dorse or thunderbolt, mandals, cups of human skuul, bells, puper etc. are good specimens of Tibetan art. These objects are ornamented with silver overlaysor encrusted with cheap types of stones.

Nepalese Tea:

Good variety of tea is grown I eastern districts of Nepal. Small packets of teas are good objects as gifts.


Married Nepalese women wear a Necklace. These necklaces are called potey and or metallic pendant is called Tilehary. Younger generation of tourists like colours and designs of potey. They are beautiful presents and easy to take home.

Tibetan corals and turquoise are also very attractive. Nepalese women Buddhist community wears them. These items are also excellent souvenir, if they are not family heirlooms.

Oil paintings:

These are quite appealing owing to soft lines used. Postures and stances of figures are also very graceful. Subject matter is either on religion or on landscapes. Nepal's miniatures are also popular. Nepalese oil paintings also depict social and cultural life of Nepal.


Dolls of different sizes and design are made with traditional skills these items depicts Nepalese men and women in traditional customs.

Bamboo Cane and Straw Products:

Some articles of daily are produced out of Nepal. Such articles are furniture matting, basket, boxes, trays, curtains, flower vases, etc. Commercial production of such items has developed mainly in kathamandu and the southern Terai regions of the country. Small dalo, baskets and trays made from bamboo hand painted leaf cards with scenery of mountains & rivers are also popular for tourists.

The Pottery:

The potters of kathamandu valley are famous for their delicate work. The artistry comes in all shapes and sizes both in terracotta and glazed clay. They can be considered as utility and decorative earthenware. The potters' square in Bhaktapur is suitable place to buy these souvenirs as well as see potters working. Bhaktapur and Thimi are centers of traditional pottery industry where wide range of useful items of pottery is available.

Cotton Slipper:

The cotton slippers of Nepal of unique designs are very comparable to wear and attractive to look at. The velvet topped and rubber or cotton made slippers is very soft and light to the feet. The embroidered slippers have great market potential. Kathamandu is the main production center of these products.

Rope Incenses and Sticks:

Rope incenses are native special to Nepal. Made of twisted rice paper filled with sweet smelling powder (herbs), it burns slowly. Incense sticks are also being locally produced. Incenses are also made up of junipers.


Batik are different sizes depict different natural scenes and activities of ethnic groups.

Metal Ware:

Decorative as well as everyday household utensils are made of copper, brass and bronze. Karuwa (water jar), anti (liquor jar) and hangings oil lamps are some the very popular ands useful souvenirs which are made of copper, brass and bronze, elaborately engraved.
Wood Carving:
The art of woodcarving is one of the highly acclaimed artistic skills, which we find in manifold art- forms in and around kathamandu valley. All beautiful masterpieces in wood, which are seen now in the temples and ancient monuments, have remained living examples of excellent Nepalese craftsmanship. The wood based art found in several decorative items, pictures frames, penholders, masks and ashtrays, etc. are beautifully carved and made of widely available at very competitive price in the workshops of Patan and Bhaktapur. Patan Industrial estate is one such handicraft industry center in kathamandu valley where over hundred factories with showrooms are established. The art of woodcarving has received an impetus from all over the world, especially from developed countries where people have shown keen interest in these items.

Gems and Jewell eries:

Gold and silver necklace traditional items such as necklaces, rings, brackets, earrings, pendants, tiepins, hand pins, brooches are all available in attractive designs. The traditional beads are some of the especial products of Patan & kathamandu. The variety of stones like ruby, Aquarian, black and green tourmaline, quartz, rare humbuggeries and healing stone that are mined in the hills and mountains of Nepal are available at competitive price.

Papers Products:

Several items made of paper are also available. Colorful paper mach masks depicting various gods and goodness as well as mythical are made from Nepalese paper in various sizes. Note books, post cards and writing pads, etc. Are all made from these materials representing religious and traditional Nepalese and Tibetan patterns.

In Nepal, paper is made from various barks of plants and grain husks. Among these paper eyes of imaginative creators of paper products.

Lokta (Daphne) bark does not get completely pulped. Therefore, every sheet appears different because the fragments are not different filtered during production. As a result of unorthodox practice collage of silk threads from particularly pulped bark and tiny regular pieces of brown bark thread spread across a creamy film.

To cope with low supply of raw material, for thicker, variety of lokta cardboard, fifty percent of ordinary recycled paper pulp is blended with lokta bulk. As a result more strong paper without any degradation of quality can be produced. In Bhaktapur there is UNICEF. Assisted program, which is helpful for developing Nepalese paper craft.

In general, handicraft products are among the major examples items that can fetch up a huge amount of foreign exchange of sound environment is created. The industry can be sustained in a long-term perspective due to several reasons. Firstly, it is labor intensive and skill oriented bur does not require sophisticated technology. Secondly, it is relatively pollution free industry, which can play a leading role in the growth of national economy for the least developed countries like Nepal. Thirdly. It is friendly and completely child labor free. Lastly, it has expert potentialities and can constitute one of the major exports of Nepal thereby maintaining national identity in the international markets. Nepal has indeed been able to export a wide range of handmade articles all over the world. Some of the out standing items of handicraft products have great prospects of getting prospects of getting increased global market. The export of Nepalese handicrafts to overseas countries has a trend of export.

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