Nepalese Handwoven rugs have captivated the world's attention through ntheir quality. composed of wool and silk they are known for their double knotting method, high pile density and eco friendly manufacturing process. Presently, carpets worth over 70 millions aree exported to over 60 countries, making them one of Nepal's most important exports.

The creation of an exportable carpet began in Nepal after the influx of Tibetan refugees in 1960s. With time, Nepal gained access to the worldwide market when a trial shipment of hand-knotted carpets were sent to Switzerland. Nepalese rugs are known for a high degree of hand processing and craftmanship, with knots per square inch tanging from 60 to 150. In recent years, conventional carpets are diversified to include contemporary designs without losing the classic touch