Carpet weaving is an age-old tradition in Nepal dating back to centuries. In the hilly region, local carpet Raddi, Pakka, were woven with indigenous wool and designs for the local market. The Tibetan Refugees who came to Nepal in the late fifties started the commercial production of carpets
Our carpets are entirely hand-woven in a vertical loom. The weavers tie each knot around two warps of cotton threads, looped around a metal rod, using the graph as guideline, sketched with the design of the carpet to be knotted and the colored yarn to be used on each knot.
Bamboo fiber boasts advantages of breathability and coolness. According to authoritative testing figures, bamboo fibers are 1 – 2 degrees lower than other fibers. The cross section of the bamboo fiber is filled with various micro gaps and micro holes