Beautiful journals made of Lokta paper from Nepal make a perfect medium to record your thoughts and explore your life, its events and influences. 8.5 inches square, 192 pages. Purchasing these Journals is an important support for workers in Nepal struggling to recover from the recent devastating earthquakes. All of these journals are 192 pages -- totally blank, no lines, for maximum creative freedom. Nepalese handmade Lokta paper is made from the fibrous inner bark of high elevation evergreen shrubs. Historically the handcrafting of Lokta paper occurred in the rural areas of Nepal. Today raw Lokta paper is produced in more than 22 districts in Nepal, but finished Lokta paper products are produced only in the Kathmandu Valley and Janakpur. Lokta paper's durability and resistance to tearing, humidity, insects and mildew have traditionally made lokta paper the preferred choice for the recording official government records and sacred religious texts. Covered in a rough, durable cloth from Tibet.
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