6 Best Nepali Handicrafts Souvenirs to Buy

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Nepali Handicrafts souvenirs can be found in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan or Lalitpur which are the three major cities in Nepal. Inside Kathmandu, Thamel is the major touristic area where you can purchase handcrafted souvenirs from Nepal. Likewise, you can visit in Durbar square area to buy a souvenir for your loved one. 

If you are looking to purchase handicrafts products in Nepal. Then, it is always good to know what types of handicrafts are available for purchase. Without much further ado. Let’s discover a different type of Nepal souvenirs. 

Best Nepali Handicrafts Souvenirs Products

Woolen Products

Many multicolored knitted hats by Fotoksa on 500px.com

The raw material for woolen products is Yak wool and Sheep wool. Products made from yak and sheep wool are quite rough. They cost cheap compared to cashmere and silk. Cashmere is made up of inner neck wool of Himalayan goat. Sometimes, this Cashmere is also known as Pashmina. We will come to know more about Cashmere / Pashmina products in second topics.

Products made from woolen are Scarf, Shawls, Hats, Blanket, Gloves, Poncho, Socks, and Slippers. These are quite favorable for the winter season. Remember to wash woolen products by hand and machine with cold water.

Pashmina Products

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Cashmere is the premium fiber extracted from the soft wool of Himalayan goats available only in Nepal, Pakistan, and India. The word Cashmere is generally used in the western world.

Whereas, Pashmina is the name given to that same product in an Asian market. There is not so much a huge difference between these two popular products due to stiff competition in quality.

Most available Pashmina or Cashmere products to buy as souvenirs are; Scarf, Shawl, Blanket, Poncho, and Sweater. Its cost varies depending on different qualities and handwork. Note that the Cashmere or Pashmina products must be dry clean.

Hemp Products

hemp products nepalHemp products are quite strong and durable. Traditionally, hemp fiber was used to make the rope to carry farming material in foreheads. Also, it was used to make blankets.

Now, after refining, the yarn is used to make bags, hats, shoes, belts, and a lot more. Hemp products are widely available to purchase around Thamel.

Felt Products

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Felt products are made from popular natural fibers such as wool or animal fur, or from synthetic fibers such as petroleum-based acrylic. Finished felt products are produced by matting, condensing and pressing the natural fibers together.

Famous felt products to buy are Mats, Rugs, shoes, bags, purse, balls and slippers.

Paper Products

paper products nepal

Paper products such as notebooks, calendars, greeting cards, lamps and others are made by hand from rice husks. These types of products are quite popular among designers who can decorate homes and writers for posting journals.

Arts & Crafts Products

craft shop nepalUnder this product category, Khukuri and Statues are among the renowned products that you can buy as a gift from Nepal. Different international and national daily has been saying that Nepal is the second biggest tourist souvenir market which sales authentic handicrafts products.

Other arts and crafts products such as; Prayer wheels, Singing bowl, Pottery, a Traditional mask which are authentic as well as antiques. You will instantly fall in love with its arts but beware of purchasing the fake one. For that, do a quick research in the market about its quality and cost.

Despite the above list of . You can also buy Jewelry, Incense, Teas, Painting, Thangkas, Dolls, Khukuri, and Local spices. These are the famous products which are made by the local community in Nepal. 

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