Handmade paper crafts made in Nepal are as extraordinary as the destination itself because they are made out of Lokta paper. It is an eco and environment-friendly hand-made paper which is made from wild papyrus. It has an ancient history of human usage, most notably by the Ancient Egyptians (as it is the source of papyrus paper, one of the first types of paper ever made).
The making of lokta papers is practiced in both rural and urban areas of Nepal. But, of course, it takes a lot of time because of the traditional paper-making process. It is also one of the most forcible and durable paper products which are more resistant to tearing, and humidity and is hermetic to insects.
The Lokta paper brand is well-known throughout the world and plays a significant role in the production of notebooks, calendars, and artworks. Without a doubt, they are also used in various decorative items like photo frames, windows, paper glasses, and other decorative items.