We provide luxurious, high quality cashmere, silk, bamboo, organic cotton clothes for elegant interior decoration.  Custom requests designs are outstanding and exclusive - even for small quantities. We would be pleased if we could provide advice.

We create and produce accessories like scarves to hand woven king blanket exclusively. Quality according to the corporate designs of your company.

  • We have 1000 new creation . Upgrading more.......... .
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  • Wide range of colors. Just imagine we will show how.
  • We accept any quantity order . Even one piece . Sketch your designs and email to us.We shall create for you .
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Nepal is famous for the quality of its Cashmere Garments, Woolen carpets , Metal handicrafts. 



"Top of the World" is exactly where you are when you are in Nepal. With home to 8 of the top 14 mountain peaks in the world. Nepal is the land of the Himalayas.


For most, Nepal is a Himalayan country, Home of the Gurkha Soldiers, the mightiest militant, home of the Sherpas, the tough Himalayan climbers, land of Yeti, a mythical abominable snowman, Shangri-La, a mystical kingdom hidden beyond Himalayas, a Land of Festivals, Temples, Shrines and Sanctuaries. But there is more to Nepal than meets the eye.


Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of bio-diversity due to its unique geographical position and altitude variation. The elevation of the country ranges from 60 meters above sea level to the highest point on earth, Mt. Everest at 8,848 meters, all within a distance of 150 kilometers resulting in climatic conditions from Sub-tropical to Arctic.




Nepal - occupying only 0.1% of the earth - is home to:

 2% of all the flowering plants in the world.

8 of the worlds top mountain peaks.

8% of the world's population of birds (more than 848 species).

4% of mammals on earth.

11 of the world's 15 families of butterflies (more than 500 species).

600 indigenous plant families.

319 species of exotic orchids.


Area:147,181 sq. kilometers

Geography: Situated between China in the north and India in the south

Capital: Kathmandu

Population: 22 million

Languages: Nepali is the national language. However, travel-trade people understand and speak English as well.

Currency:Nepali Rupee (approximately US$ 1 equals Rs. 78 )

Political System: Multi-party democracy.

Religions: Nepal enjoys the distinction of being the only Hindu Kingdom in the world. However, there is a harmonious blending of Hinduism and Buddhism.


Climate: Nepal has four major seasons, namely,

1.    Winter: December-February

2.    Spring: March-May

3.    Summer: June-August

4.    Autumn: September-November

Nepal can be visited the whole year round.


People: Nepal has more than 61 ethnic groups and 70 spoken languages.

What to Wear: Lightweight clothing is recommended for May through October. Warm garments are required in October through March. An umbrella or raincoat is a must for the rainy season.

Time : Nepal time is 05 hrs. and 45 minutes ahead of GMT and 15 minutes ahead of IST (INDIAN STANDARD TIME)



Imagine the icy temperatures that blast from the high plateau of Mongolia near of our country. Imagine temperatures falling to – 40C. Imagine the freezing wind that whips through the glaciers and mountainsides. It is in this 14,000ft, forbidding region, that the beautiful Himalayan mountain goat (capra hircus) roams. To survive this inhospitable environment this wonderful animal grows a unique, incredibly soft pashm, or inner coat, six times finer than human hair. Known in the west as cashmere, this is one of the world's most rare and precious fibres; soft to handle, light and warm, and to wear it is to be insulated in your very own summertime.

Every spring/summer, Himalayan farmers climb these mountains to comb the fine woollen undercoat from the neck and chest of, the Capra hircus goat. The fleece consists of the very fine, crimpy down and the usually longer, outside, coarse, straight guard hairs. Cashmere fibers must be separated, either by combing out the down or by using a commercial dehairer on sheared fibers. It is painstakingly sorted to remove any coarse hairs, sand and loose dirt reducing the yield. A yield of at least 30 percent down is desirable, but is not the average by any means. Buyers pay on the down weight or weight of dehaired fiber, not the weight of the entire fleece. The longest, finest down is used in knitted garments and the shorter down in woven fabrics. Because it is only 14-19 microns in diameter (the fiber must be under 19 microns to be labeled cashmere), it cannot be spun by machines, so the downy wool is hand-woven into shawls. It takes the wool of three goats to produce one shawl.


Cashmere is a wonderful fibre to own and the more you wear it, the softer it becomes. To maintain your garments in the best possible condition we recommend that you hand wash your garments. This will refresh and condition the fibres. Knitwear should be washed by hand in lukewarm water (30 degrees) using shampoo or wool wash soap. Turn knitwear inside out. Soak in lukewarm water with shampoo added. Squeeze clean gently, do not rub or wring. Rinse thoroughly in lukewarm water (at least 5 times). Re-shape to its original size and dry flat over a towel – away from direct heat and sunlight. Press under a damp cloth on a low heat setting. Wash and store all cashmere sweaters inside out. Always wash each garment separately.


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