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Handmade Handicraft ,a family business that was established in the heart of Nepal, Kathmandu during 1970's with an aim to promote as much as Nepali handicrafts as possible. Nepali handicrafts have a uniqueness of their own that is why we strongly encourage our clients on buying items that are made in Nepal.
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Handmade Handicraft possesses a huge collection of Nepali handmade statues. These statues are made up of copper, brass or bronze, and are finished in various style like Gold plating, partly gold plating, oxidized or bronze finishing. In this category you will find a large variety of Tibetan and Nepali handmade statues which are used for religious as well as decorative purposes.
The majority of the statues you see with us are handmade by the process of loss wax system, which is considered to be the ancient process of making the statue in Nepal. - 7 New Product(s)
A thangka, also known as tangka, thanka or tank is a painting on silk with embroidery, usually depicting a Buddhist deity, scene, or mandala of some sort. The thankga is not a flat creation like an oil painting or acrylic painting but consists of a picture panel which is painted or embroidered over which a textile is mounted and then over which a cover is laid, usually silk. Generally, thangkas last a very long time and retain much of their luster, but because of their delicate nature, they have to be kept in dry places where moisture won't affect the quality of the silk. It is sometimes called a scroll-painting.
These thangkas are served as important teaching tools depicting the life of the Buddha, like various influential lamas, deities and bodhisattvas. One subject is The Wheel of Life, which is a visual representation of the Abhidharma teachings (Art of Enlightenment). - 39 New Product(s)
White metal, also known as Nickel silver, German silver, Argentan, New silver, Nickel brass, Albata, Alpacca, or Electrum is a copper alloy with nickel and often zinc. The usual formulation is 60% copper, 20% nickel and 20% zinc.Nickel silver is named for its silvery appearance, but it contains no elemental silver unless plated. The name German silver refers to its development by 19th-century German metalworkers in imitation of the Chinese alloy known as paktong (cupronickel) All modern, commercially important nickel silvers (such as those standardized under ASTM B122) contain significant amounts of zinc, and are sometimes considered a subset of brass
We manufacture and sell varieties of beautiful and artistically carved bone necklace buttons. We also offer a wide variety of sizes, different shapes, carved animal shaped buttons in many different designs. We can also make customized buttons based upon patterns/designs you supply us with.
We manufacture and specialize in singing bowls or handmade beaten singing bowls, which are also known as bells, dorjes, hammered gongs tingshas, shambals & various metal crafts from Nepal. Our expertise is in hand hammered (beaten) sing bowls. Along with our other line of products, we are also the wholesaler and exporter of such Nepalese handicrafts.
Presented here are, our unique collection of statues which are made by using turquoise powder cast. This process has a combination of handmade and machine introduced craftsmanship. Though the statues in this section are quite unique, they are very affordable and would be ideal for any purpose.
Nepal is one of the best countries sought after for wooden handicrafts. Almost all the temples here display a high quality of craftsmanship which is yet to be found in any other parts of the world. Here in this section we are trying to collect best of Nepali wooden crafts available.
Nepali paper products which are usually made by Lokta, a plant botanically known as Daphne Bhoula or Daphne Papyracea, is an indegenous plant of Nepal. It is found at the altitude of 6500 feet to 9500 feet from the sea level. The bark of the Lokta is used as raw materials for the purpose of making since ages. In this section, you will find variety of lokta products including beautifully designed wrapping papers, lamp shades etc.
Silver has been known since ancient times and has long been valued as a precious metal, used to make ornaments, jewelry, high-value tableware, utensils (hence the term silverware), and currency coins.We have all kinds of silver products like. bracelets, earrings, pendants, and rings, all made out of all 92.5 % silver.
A prayer wheel is a cylindrical wheel on a spindle made from metal, wood, stone or leather. Traditionally, the mantra Om Mani Padme Hum is written on the outside of the wheel. According to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, based on the lineage, spinning such a wheel will have much the same meritorious effect as orally reciting the prayers.
Aromatic Herbal Incenses are one of the most widely used ritual Objects in the religious practices, In Nepali Household and temples and various other occasion. Majorly seen as a Aromatic offering to the god, it is also used to create a good aromatic ambiance in your surrounding. But burning incense has its downside, when it is burnt, placing the burnt incense in your room and managing the ashes from the incense become a difficult just. so here we offer you a permanent solution of Incenses burners and holder. In metal an wood.
Tingsha, the musical instrument, are widely used in Nepal for performing any traditional ceremonies. These are mostly used during the rituals done while taking out the procession of deities, or used while singing religious songs for the gods. The method of playing these tingshas is by hitting the bases of each plate into one another.
The use of the conch shell has been into practice from the ancient times. It is of ritual and religious importance in both Hinduism and Buddhism. History has it that these shells, popularly known as Shankha were used as war trumpet (a signal to commence a war) or to begin any rituals. It is considered as a sacred emblem in Nepal and India. In Vajrayana Buddhism. This has been recognized as the symbol of fearlessness, and proclaimed the truth of Dharma. This is the one of the eight symbols of good fortune this stands for the popularity and fame of Buddhist teaching which spread in all direction like the sound of the Conch Trumpet. In addition to Buddhas throat, the conch also appears as an auspicious mark on the soles, palms, limbs, breast or forehead of a divinely endowed
A prayer flag is a colorful rectangular cloth, which has mantras and images imprinted on them. They are often found strung along mountain ridges and peaks high in the Himalayas. They are used to bless the surrounding countryside and for other purposes. Prayer flags are believed to be originated in Tibet. The plain flags, usually of primary colors are used for healing ceremonies in Nepal.
The dorje and bell are the primary ritual objects of Tibetan Buddhism. Always kept together, they represent many layers of intricate symbolism and meaning and are used in almost all Tibetan ceremonies, chanting and magical operations. Primarily dorje and bell symbolizes the properties of a diamond (indestructibility) and a thunderbolt (irresistible force).
The (nail) or phurba is a three-sided peg or nail like ritual implement traditionally associated with Indo-Tibetan Buddhism. Given the name Phurba in Tibetan and Kila in Sanskrit, it is associated with the meditational deity Vajrakilla or Vajrakilaya. Amongst its various functions there is one that is constant : to restrain evil and harmful occult forces.
Prayer beads are also used in many forms of Mahayana Buddhism, often with a lesser number of beads (usually a divisor of 108). In Pure Land Buddhism, for instance, 27-bead malas are common. These shorter malas are sometimes called "prostration rosaries" because they are easier to hold when enumerating repeated prostrations. In Tibetan Buddhism malas are also 108 beads: one mala counts as 100 mantras, and the eight extra are meant to be dedicated to all sentient beings (the practice as a whole is dedicated at its end as well).
Pashmina refers to a type of fine cashmere wool and the textiles made from it. The name comes from Pashmine, made from sajan Persian pashm ("wool")."Pashmina History The fibre is also known as pashm or pashmina for its use in the handmade shawls of Himalayas. The woollen shawls made from wool in Kashmir find written mention in Indian texts between 3rd century BC and the 11th century AD.However, the founder of the cashmere wool industry is traditionally held to be the 15th century ruler of Kashmir, Zayn-ul-Abidin, who introduced weavers from Central Asia. Pashmina goats, Ladakh Cashmere shawls have been manufactured in Nepal and Kashmir for thousands of years. The test for a quality pashmina is warmth and feel. Pashmina and Cashmere are derived from same mountain goats. One distinct difference between Pashmina and Cashmere is the micron size. Pashmina fibers are finer and thinner than cashmere fiber, therefore, it is ideal for making light weight apparel like fine scarves. However, these days the word PASHMINA has been used too liberally and any scarves made from natural or synthetic fiber are sold as Pashmina creating confusion in the market. Pashmina from Nepal are the best in quality because of the conditions the mountain goats has adapted over centuries. The high Himalayas of Nepal has harsh, cold climate and in order to survive that the mountain goats have developed exceptionally warm and light fiber which might be slightly coarser than cashmere fibers obtained from lower region goats, but it is much warmer. To distinguish Nepalese Pashmina, the Nepal Pashmina Industries Association has registered a Trademark around the world, called "Changra Pashmina"
This is unique collection of grunge leather bags made with the skin of mountain goats. They are very strong, durable and long lasting (depending upon their usage). It has a long life span as it is sewed completely with leather. This is a very rare product in Nepal . All manufactured in Himalayan villages with skin of Yak (mountain Buffalo). This type of bags are raw to become more attractive as it ages. This type of bags are specially used by Sherpa in mountains of Nepal.
Nepali Acrylic shawl, popularly known as Yak wool shawl. We are not sure why it became popular by this name but as it is, It is very good shawl and is durable, cheap, and warm. These shawls are made by hand loom with acrylic wool. We have various product varieties in these shawl like Yak wool muffler, Yak wool scarf, Yak wool shawl, Yak wool Blanket, Yak wool Poncho.
Felt is a textile that is produced by matting, condensing and pressing fibres together. Felt can be made of natural fibres such as wool or synthetic fibres such as acrylic. There are many different types of felts for industrial, technical, designer and craft applications. While some types of felt are very soft, some are tough enough to form construction materials. Felt can vary in terms of fibre content, colour, size, thickness, density and more factors depending on the use of the felt.
This is the collection of Tibetan incense, with varieties of incense and varieties of aroma.Tibetan incense has become popular all over the world due to its gentle and unique healing aroma.There are various types of incense for various practitioners of Buddhism. For example: if a person is practicing medicine Buddha tantra we have a aroma devoted to that tantra. You can choose your own aroma depending upon the nature and type of environment you would like to create in your room.
Herbal soaps are very good if you want an alternative to cosmetic supplements. We have a range of herbal soaps to suit various skin types, which keeps you feeling fresh and has long-lasting effectiveness without any side effects. These are not just aromatic soaps but an actual use of herbal elements, which helps in repairing the damages in your skin and hair. The skin type for the soap has been clearly described in the picture itself so please choose the soap that suits your type of skin and hair the most.
Oil paintings are handmade painting done with the use of oil colors, these types of paintings are more resistant to weather, and are of washable nature . We have a large collection of oil paintings in our store done by Mr Grish Man Ranjit, and his father Mr Govinda Ranjit. Making beautiful sceneries of mountains and the villages of Nepal , Bright color theme, and realistic approach of expressing the art are their specialty.
Nepalese glass beads or Pote, are very popular among Nepali women as jewellery as they are very beautiful. In Nepal Traditionally, women of various ethnic groups wear a Necklace made with red or Green Glass bead symbolizing their Marital status of being Married. In Modern day women use these glass beads to make different kinds of jeweleries like bangles,earings, necklaces, hairpins etc. these days these traditional glass beads have become very popular among young girls as well as non Nepali women because of their trendy designs and colour.
Batik is a technique of manual wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique. Batik is made either by drawing dots and lines of the resist with a spouted tool called a canting, or by printing the resist with a copper stamp called a cap . The applied wax resists dyes and therefore allows the artisan to color selectively by soaking the cloth in one color, removing the wax with boiling water, and repeating if multiple colors are desired.
In association with "Otard International" and " Support and Supply" we now present you with the liberty to choose and print your own design and logos for your company or organization. You can now have your T-Shirts, Caps, Umbrellas, Coffee Mugs, Pens and many more accessories personalized. We also print the thangkas of your choice on a thangka canvas, paper or polyester canvas.
The kukri/ The khukuri / The Ghorkha Knife is a Nepalese knife with an inwardly curved edge, similar to a machete, used as both a tool and as a weapon in Nepal and neighbouring countries of South Asia. Traditionally it was, and in many cases still is, the basic utility knife of the Nepalese people. It is a characteristic weapon of the Nepalese Army, the Royal Gurkha Rifles and of all Gurkha regiments throughout the world, so much so that many English-speakers refer to the weapon as a "Gurkha blade" or "Gurkha knife". The kukri often appears in Nepalese heraldry and is used in many traditional rituals such as wedding ceremonies. - 24 New Product(s)
Max weight 20kg, - Aramex home Delivery.