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Thanks for your support

We participated in several summer fests and events last year and want to thank all the customers who love our handmade products and supported us. As pledged we donated a portion of the proceeds with women artisans in Nepal and the Greater Cleveland Food Bank in Cleveland, Ohio. I travelled to Nepal in late January, 2020 and personally met with these artisans. They admired the support and appreciation of their work. This wouldn’t have been possible without your support. Thank you!

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@ Chagrin Falls Winter Holiday Market 2019

Thank you for supporting women in Nepal by buying Hatti Hatti products. 🙏✨You have helped them to complete their primary education.✨You have helped them to take practical tailoring training classes✨You have empowered them to become independent.

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2019 Rocky River Fall Event

It was fun two day event in Rocky River Memorial hall. The event was organized by Avant Garde Show on November 16th & 17th. More then 100 vendors participated in the event. More then 1500 customers attended the event in two day. Customers were there to find unique gifts for Christmas. Since, we were promoting handmade products from Nepal, the phrase we heard most often from customer was "I have never seen this before ". 

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Annual Christmas Craft Show, November 9th, 2019

We attended our first Annual Christmas Craft Show this weekend on Saturday, November 9th . The Annual show was organized by Skyview Lodge. There were number of vendors attending the show and showcasing there unique creations and collections.   The ambience and food of Skyview Lodge was great.There was a good flow of customers coming in to buy unique gifts for Christmas. We like to thank all our customers for stopping by our booth. Hope to see you again in our coming events.  

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I am Arpan Shrestha - founder of Nepali Artisans

My name is Arpan Shrestha and I have been living in Cleveland, Ohio for almost 10 years after I moved from Nepal. I owned a handicraft business back home. I had been introduced to handicraft products since I was a kid. My uncle owned a couple of stores that sold handmade souvenirs to tourists. I used to help him manage his store during winter vacations. The craftsmanship and the intricacy of the handcrafted products always fascinate me. That’s what inspired me to open my own handmade souvenir store shortly after I graduated high school. I ran a handicraft business for 11 years. After I moved to the US, I went to a college and landed on an internship and acontracting job for few years. However, I was...

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