Our Products

From lokta paper to finest handicrafts and all pashmina products and silver jewellery


Nepalese handmade lokta paper is made from the fibrous inner bark of high elevation evergreen shrubs primarily from two species of Daphne (plant)


Nepalese handicraft history can be traced back to the stone age when human beings were inadequate of tools of everything. The history of artistic handicrafts only began during the 5th century AD.


In Nepal, the wool comes from Chyangara or Nepalese Pashmina goat. These fabrics are handspun, made from fine cashmere fibre.


One of the most significant souvenirs one purchases in Nepal is silver and brass handicrafts which come in exquisite pieces of silver jewellery, statues and other silver products that also hold a vast religious importance.

Our Samples

Few of our products samples but not limited to


Handmade lokta paper notebook and letter box.


Brass bangles are one of the most significant souvenirs one purchases in Nepal.


Beautifully made clay mask of Nava durga in lokta paper gift box.


Handmade felt products from carpets to bags and clothes.

Singing bowl

Singing bowl with eight knot printed lokta paper gift box.


Timsha or Tingcha bells used in rituals by hindu and buddist.

Shopping bags

Handmade lokta paper shopping bags.

Prayers flag

Handmade lokta paper prayers flag printed with matra "Om mane padam hum".

Our Team

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Owner / Director

About us

Nepalese lokhta paper wholesaler since 2001.

CraftVision is a leading company from more than past 15 years producing the finest lokta paper products. We've skillful and creative staffs. Craft Vision always gives the platform and opportunity to the people with or without skills by providing quality training. But we are not limited to lokta paper business, we do all kinds of brass and metal handicraft and sell all kinds of silver jewelry and finest pashmina products.

Nepalese handmade lokta paper is made from the fibrous inner bark of high elevation evergreen shrubs primarily from two species of Daphne (plant) (Greek: meaning "Laurel"): Daphne bholua and Daphne papyracea, known collectively and vernacularly as lokta bushes. Lokta bushes proliferate in open clusters or colonies on the southern slopes of Nepal's Himalayan forests between 1,600 and 4,000 m (c.5,250–13,000 ft).

Historically the handcrafting of lokta paper occurred in the rural areas of Nepal, most notably in the Baglung District. Today raw lokta paper is produced in more than 22 districts in Nepal but finished lokta paper products are produced only in Kathmandu Valley and Janakpur. Lokta paper's durability and resistance to tearing, humidity, insects and mildew have traditionally made lokta paper the preferred choice for the recording of official government records and sacred religious texts. (Source: Wikipedia)

Contact Us

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Come to say hello at our outlet/factory any time during our working hours, we are open from morning 10 AM till 5 PM except Saturday. You can pop in to see our products or buy some souvenirs or even just for a chat and to have a cup of tea. We will love to have your company.

  • Phone: 977-1-4264993
  • Email: nepalcraftvision@gmail.com
  • Address: 15 Pradhan Chowk, Ashok Binayak Marg, Maru Hiti, Kathmandu, Nepal