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Based in Mussoorie and Dehradun in the Garhwal

Himalayas, we make handwoven shawls stoles and

scarves using sheep wool, pashmina and Yak wool.

 All are coloured with natural dyes

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Ashok K., India
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Our woolen products are made with a blend of Himalayan and merino wool

Our pashmina and Yak wool are from Changthang region in Ladakh

our dyes include

indigo madder shellac sappanwood 

tesu flowers tea and harada

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20% wholesale discount on purchase of Rs.30,000 or more.

10% discount on your first purchase. Use code  0%-SEP20 on check-out.

We set up Himalayan Weavers in 2005 to support handweaving and natural dyes in the Himalayas. We work with a number of communities in the area  to produce hand-woven shawls, stoles and scarves.
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Ghayur Alam

Ghayur Alam studied technology policy at the University of Manchester, UK. His interests include supporting crafts using appropriate and environmentally friendly technologies. 

email:alamcsd@gmail.com 

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Patricia Alam

Patricia Alam has been living in India since 1983. She taught Drama and English in the UK and the British School in New Delhi before settling in Masrana near Mussoorie in the Himalayas. 

email:masrana.patricia@gmail.com

We live and work in a small village called Masrana which is outside Mussoorie town in the Himalayas. It is a beautiful and interesting area. Our house and dyeing workshop are on a ridge with a view of both the Himalayan peaks and Dehradun valley. Many of the villages around us are old and rich in the culture and architecture of the Garhwal Himalayas. Hope these photos will give you some idea of our surroundings.