Nepali handmade paper is made from the inner bark of a wild shrub locally known as "Lokta", which is found at altitudes of 7 ,000 to 9,000
The "Lokta Bush" has characteristics of re-growing again and again after pruning. The long fibrous handmade paper is prized for its attractive texture and durability. The developing Nepalese traditional craft industry supports and improves the standard of living in the rural and urban areas. All of our handmade paper products are entirely tree free and Fair Trade.