Exclusive Carfts Project

Crafts which can be arranged and manufactured by Maitreya foundation Nepal.

1.Cotton and Nylon Bags made in Nepal, designs originally made by Maitreya Foundation with its logo.

These bags can be used in outings, light sports carriage, shopping, libraries and book stores, storing various goods and also as normal hand bags.The cotton bags are mostly used in the daily life, like for schools, shopping, sports, outings, leisure, etc. There are few designs in this document but we can produce different designs according to your suggestion. While preparing the bags, some professionals will be guiding and teaching our students.



2. Straw mats.

The straw mat has been in use for ages and is still in use among the ethnic groups of Nepal. We usually use this to sit while having meals and doing meditation. As we mostly have three meals a day, we sit on this mat at least three times a day and through this we get a good benefit as we get from acupressure and it helps in better circulation of blood in our body. Its natural softness creates some hardness according to the weight of our body which gives us lots of understandings of different parts of our body when we just sit on it or do meditations.Nepal has been using the natural resources that is very much connected to the daily life of human beings and we strongly believe that the upcoming generation should not forget how meaningfully many things were made by our past culture, most of the things are very related to our health and also acts as a daily check up of different parts of our body. These mats are one of the most important culture conservative goods and they are available in different deigns and shapes.

3. Felt woolen bags, decorations, study goods, children accessories and children bags, key chains, kitchen accessories.

This product brings a lot of creativity among  the children and its bright color and softness is said to create kind and positive energy in human being.



4. Lokta paper is also known as Nepali paper and it is one of the most eco friendly products of Nepal
Historically the handcrafting of lokta paper occurred in the rural areas of Nepal. Today raw lokta paper is produced in more than 22 districts of Nepal. 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.