Pashmina is an ultimate luxury and warmth, hand woven fine shawls made from wool of goat. It is a fine type of cashmere wool and it was first woven in Kashmir. The name comes from Persian, pashmina meaning “made from wool” and literally translates to “Soft Gold” in Kashmiri. The wool comes from four distinct […]Read more
Nepal, the land of beautiful Himalayas, varied cultural and tradition is renowned for its many handmade crafts and loving people. People here make many beautiful crafts out of their hands; out of many weaving of the shawls is one of them. The weaving of Pashmina Shawls, Dhaka Shawls and Yak wools are tradition that has […]Read more
Singing bowl healing is becoming a popular form of therapy. This is popular method of healing through the singing bowls which is very popular, as the for the idea of cleansing the chakras with singing bowls, require a basic understanding of the Chakras. There are 7 chakras in the body. The seven chakras are the […]Read more
The Hand woven fabric is called Dhaka. It is an exquisite traditional cotton fabric that is woven in handlooms using indigenous craftsmanship. Because of its distinctive style it has become a popular fabric, we see shops littered with mass produced, printed copies of Dhaka design. But genuine Dhaka is woven by hand. It is arduous, […]Read more
Singing bowls can produce a tremendous range of sounds available for your practice or listening pleasure. There is no shortcut to learn it but there are methodology and with continual pratice you can master to play singing bowls. You will be able to bring out these different sounds through using different ringing implements and techniques. […]Read more
Singing bowls are also known/referred as Tibetan Singing Bowls which also called as healing bowls. It can be traced back to Asia as early as 2000 BC, Tibetan people introduce to singing bowls to the west, but it was never made in Tibet. The origin of bowls are from, Mongolia Tagoo, Indian and Chinese Jala […]Read more
Himalaya Handicrafts creates varieties of unique and diverse ethnic handicrafts from Nepal.