Vibrant Markets of Nepal: Thamel, Kathmandu
‘Love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art.’
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The Himalayas are a masterpiece by time and everything pure. Ice clad and splendid, the mountains cradle Nepal whose natives have inherited an extraordinary aesthetic sense.
No doubt breathtaking views inspire Nepalese life, and more importantly their art, but there’s more to their products’ imagery. Their art is nurtured by elements from their culture, heritage, and a plethora of untold stories. Their Intricate works of clothing and handicrafts express this surreal narrative.
- Jano’s Artistic Products All the Way from Thamel, Kathmandu
Over the past couple of years, janosbazaar.com has made it possible for a global audience to appreciate Nepali art. We are grateful to get to share their gift with the world. We offer direct hand downs of Nepal’s handcrafted products in Dalby, QLD.
Jano’s visits to Nepal allowed her to explore hidden alleys, stores, markets, and more. She came back handicrafts with compelling backstories.
So, as a next step, we’re letting you in on more secrets of this mystical land. Since our quest began in Thamel, so should yours. It’s a haven for gifts for yourself and everyone you love.
- An introduction to Thamel, Kathmandu
Thamel, Kathmandu has a splendid history of transformation from a red-light area to a relaxation hub for trekkers and backpackers which took place over 20 years. The city cleaned up its image and now boasts to be one of the most authentic experiences of Nepal. The place that sees an unimaginable influx of tourists, awakens at night.
You can see swarms of foreigners in markets looking for everything under the sun. From pubs to clubs to global and authentic cuisine, Thamel has it all.
Tourists are either departing or relaxing before or after a trek or expedition. This is widely available. When you’re in Kathmandu, the trick is to look for an authentic experience of Nepali cuisine and artwork.
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Written by WEBMANICS