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Buddhism: Handmade from Nepal

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Buddhism is a tradition that focuses on personal spiritual development mostly. Buddhists strive for a deep insight into the true nature of life and do not worship gods or deities.

Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha, was born into a royal family in present-day Nepal over 2500 years ago. He lived a life of privilege and luxury until one day he left the royal enclosure and encountered for the first time, an old man, a sick man, and a corpse. Disturbed by this, he became a monk before adopting the harsh poverty of Indian asceticism. Neither path satisfied him and he decided to pursue the ‘Middle Way’ – a life without luxury but also without poverty.

Buddhists believe that one day, seated beneath the Bodhi tree (the tree of awakening), Siddhartha became deeply absorbed in meditation and reflected on his experience of life until he became enlightened.

By finding the path to enlightenment, Siddhartha was led from the pain of suffering and rebirth towards the path of enlightenment and became known as the Buddha or ‘awakened one’.


I teach suffering, its origin, cessation and path. That’s all I teach”, declared the Buddha 2500 years ago.

The Four Noble Truths contain the essence of the Buddha’s teachings. It was these four principles that the Buddha came to understand during his meditation under the bodhi tree.

  1. The truth of suffering (Dukkha)
  2. The truth of the origin of suffering (Samudāya)
  3. The truth of the cessation of suffering (Nirodha)
  4. The truth of the path to the cessation of suffering (Magga)

The Buddha is often compared to a physician. In the first two Noble Truths he diagnosed the problem (suffering) and identified its cause. The third Noble Truth is the realisation that there is a cure.

The fourth Noble Truth, in which the Buddha set out the Eightfold Path, is the prescription, the way to achieve a release from suffering.



Handmade Nepal is a family-run company and pioneer in promoting and exporting Nepalese and Tibetan Handicrafts worldwide.  Decades ago, ancestors of the Shakya clan acquired the skills to make copper statues through the lost-wax method on their frequent trade-trips to Tibet. Seeing the opportunity to use these skills to better the life of the family, three generations ago they started making and selling these copper statues as a means of survival. Since then, the business has expanded both beyond statues, and beyond the borders of Nepal.

Products they offer:


Singing Bowls

Fabric Wall Hangings


Handmade Paper Products

Ritual Items

Ritual/Decorative Paintings


Fabric Accessories

Misc. Metal Items

Wooden Items

Incense Supplies

Thangka Paintings


Maitreya Buddha

Maitreya Buddha

The name Maitreya (Metteyya in Pāli) is derived from the Sanskrit word maitrī (Pāli: mettā) meaning “loving-kindness”, which is in turn derived from the noun mitra (Pāli: mitta) in the sense of “friend”.



Antique Bodesattwa

Antique Bodesattwa

A BODHISATTVA IS an ordinary person who takes up a course in his or her life that moves in the direction of buddha. You’re a bodhisattva, I’m a bodhisattva; actually, anyone who directs their attention, their life, to practicing the way of life of a buddha is a bodhisattva.



Copper Oxide DL Crown Buddha

Copper Oxide DL Crown Buddha

Crown Buddha or Jambupati Buddha



Potala Prayer Wheel With 3 Line Stone Pasted

Potala Prayer Wheel With 3 Line Stone Pasted

Prayer Wheels

Buddha Mandala Bowl Gift Set

Buddha Mandala Bowl Gift Set

Mandala (Sanskrit: मण्डल Maṇḍala, ‘circle’) is a spiritual and ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, representing the Universe.


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