Himalayan Cotton House

The himalayan cotton house has now been established in cascais city of portugal . This is the first and best shop in cascais. In our shop there are lots of items available such as :
Tibetian Jewelery Spritual goods .
Tibetian spritual goods are very much available in our shop its a unique and special shop and the items found such as tibetian jewelery shop are available.
Nepalese HandiCraft .
The Nepalese Handicraft Items are also available in our shop. The craft that has been made by napalese and are very valuable because it has been made by hands. And are very precious . You can ofcourse buy it in our shop our shop the very own 1st shop so what are you waiting for come and you can buy tons of stuffs in our shop

Singing bowls also called the healing bowls, can be traced back to Asia as early as 2000 BC they are made of an alloy of seven different metal connected to seven astrological planets, which creat a range of different sounds and overtones. Those seven metals are gold-as sun,silver as a moon, mercury as mercury copper as a venus, iron as a mars, tin as jupitar, lead as a saturun. Some si ging bowls should consist of only five metals, these bowls format, depth, color, girth and composition are variable.

Our Service

  • Spiritual Items

  • Meditation Items

  • Paria /Beach Items

  • Handmade Jewelery

  • Souvenirs/Gift Items

  • Pashmina/Kashmira Items

  • Nepalese/Paper Items

  • Nepalese Knite Woolen Items

  • Allo And Hems Items


*Deep relaxation and stress reduction.
* Balance entired chakra system.
* Removes blockage and toxins.
* Purify and harmonies your emotions and feelings.
* Cleanses negative energy.
* Release emotional blockage .
* Affects all cells in yiu body.
* Promote deep sleep.
* Relief from headache and other disorder.

Nepalese handicrafts

Nepalese handicraft history can be traced back to the stone age when human beings were inadequate of tools of any kind. The history of artistic handicrafts only began during the 5th century AD, when different religions began to form their bases among the people of Nepal. Hence we see a lot of religious influence on Nepalese handicrafts. Introduced by the Nordic Aryans, mixed with different groups of Mongolians, nurtured by Buddhist and Hindu concepts adapted the taste of market. The historical development of Nepalese handicraft industry is very old although has its rise and falls. According to the reference found in Kautilya's Economics about various productions and exports from Nepal, during the time of Chandra Gupta Mouriya, in fourth century, Nepal was known for quality rainproof woollen blankets. The blankets were made of eight pieces joined together of black colour known as "bhiringisi" as well as "apasaraka". Similarly the good quality blankets are mentioned in the epics of Jain religion "Brihatakalpasutra Vhashya". Various famous Chinese travellers like Wanghunshe and Huansang in 648 AD have appreciated Nepalese arts and crafts and the skills of Nepalese craftsmen and artisans in their travelogues.

From the beginning up to the mid-nineteenth century, the rulers of the country promoted national industries and trade to various measures of production, promotion and encouragement. Saving national industry only imported commodities which were not produced locally. Towards the end of the nineteenth century, Nepalese arts and crafts industry and the entire home based industries in general suffered a great deal due to the general liberal import policy of the government. Prior to the establishment of British regime over India and entering a peace treaty with Tibet in 1904 AD, Nepal was interpreted as the main route to Tibet for external trade with other countries. But the treaty of 1904 AD facilitated the British to open a new route between India and Tibet through Chumbic Valley and the trade route treaty of 1923 AD between Nepal and British India, which was not in favour of Nepal and had very unfavourable effects both on industries and on flourishing trade of the country.

In Nepal, the production of handicraft is an age-old practise. Novel handicraft is also developed in harmony with changing market taste. For the last 25–30 years, export of handicrafts has been growing. The development of handicraft helps the conservation of national heritage and culture of country; which in return contributes to appease poverty by creating job opportunities. The handicrafts of Nepal is produced in a traditional way, from generations to generations leading the footpath of ancestors or from forefather to grandfather to father and to son and this continuity has given the survival to Nepalese handicrafts, preserving their heritage, cultural values, aspects and tradition. More recently, these arts and crafts is one of the major exporting industry of Nepal, earning foreign exchange and providing employment to thousands of Nepalese craftsmen, artisans, promoters and businessmen generating revenue to government.

Handicrafts in Nepal are classified mainly in two types. they are Textile products and Non- textile products. Textile products includes the following:

  • Pashmina Products
  • Woollen Goods
  • Felt Products
  • Silk Products
  • Cotton Goods
  • Hemp Goods
  • Alloy Goods
  • Dhaka Products
  • Misc.Textile Products

    The Non textile products includes the following products:

  • Silver Jewellery
  • Metal Craft
  • Handmade Paper Products
  • Wood Craft
  • Glass Products
  • Bone & Horn Products
  • Crystal Products
  • Ceramics Products
  • Leather Goods
  • Incense
  • Plastic Items
  • Paubha (Thanka)
  • Beads Items
  • Stone Craft
  • Bamboo Products
  • Miscellaneous Goods
  • Handicraft has become the major source of foreign revenue and foreign currency today. in the slagging export economy, it is the only good source of revenue that has good international market. Government of Nepal has also put this sector as the competitive product of Nepal.Many entrepreneurs locally and internationally are emerging in this sector to make international trade. There are many online websites on Nepalese handicrafts, which are used by international customers for ordering products.