Nepalese Hand-made Articles Export.


Some time ago my friend Gerry opened his store Woven Stories, which has been going strong. I put him into contact with another one of my friends from Nepal, Kiran Acharya, and they started working together to their mutual satisfaction. Gerry is now importing Kiran’s goods on a regular basis and has found him to be a dependable and trustworthy business partner.

If anyone reading this would like to import handmade Nepalese goods from Kiran or recommend him to a friend or a business you know, please do not hesitate. Kiran’s home was destroyed in the last earthquake and can use all the business that we might be able to send his way. This is YOUR opportunity to make a difference!

Here are just some of the products he exports:

And here are some more:

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Om Mani Padme Hung Mandala Thangka.


Thangkas

Thangkas are portable paintings of Buddhist deities. Traditionally mounted in a brocade fabric, they are rolled up and taken along on journeys. Each Thangka we sell is hand painted in Kathmandu Nepal by a Tibetan artisan who has studied for years with master thangka painters. Wonna buy? See the link!

7 Year old getting Married – Nepali Joke.


Susie Carmichael

Susie Carmichael (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

*** Little Bobby (seven) was in love with Little Susie (same age) who lived next door. One day, Bobby went to Susie’s dad and announced (as seriously as he could), “I’m in love with Susie, and we’re getting married”. Amused, Susie’s dad started asking questions (in the hopes to discourage the idea). Susie’ dad: “Where will you live?” Bobby: “Well, Susie has a playhouse in the back yard, so we’re gonna live there.” Susie’s dad: “How are you going to make money to support her?” Bobby: “Well, Susie gets 75 cents a week, and I get .25 a week.” “That should be more than enough!” Seeing that Bobby was still serious, Susie’s dad asked, “Well, what about children?” Bobby perked up and quickly answered, “Oh, we have that figured out already. Whenever Susie lays an egg, I’m gonna stomp on it!”

This comes from lageraho.com, in honor of the new Nepali visitors to our site. Welcome!