The Himalayan kingdom of Nepal has a very old stone and wooden carved history. Highly skilled and capable artisans in Nepal today continue to use techniques and tools unchanged over the centuries. Most of the woodcarvings and stone carving that have survived throughout Nepal around temples and other heritage sites are from the thirteenth to eighteenth century Malla period. Clans of Newars, the “old people” of Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, have been passing their wood carving skills from generations to generations. A surge in the involvement of youth, particularly the Tamangs and the Newars has assured that the art of traditional stone and wood carving will survive and even grow better over time. At this time stone and wood workers enjoy increased interest among Nepalese buyers as well as foreigners and turns out to be most exportable products from Himalayan kingdom of Nepal.
Our stone and wooden carved statues and souvenirs are carved by master artisans in Nepal. In this section we have wide collection of best quality of stone, wooden statue and souvenirs. The stone and wooden statues shown below are selected from our collection. We also accept special requests and order– see our “Order By Demand” section for details or call us at 977-01-5547819 or fax us at 977-01-5565657 or mail us at email@example.com