How the lanterns are made
Lokta paper can be traced back to the 12th century in Nepal, when it was used for religious texts and government documents. Its durability and resistance to tearing, insects, moisture, and mildew made it perfect for important documents then, just as it does now. Since the Lokta bush is a naturally regenerating plant when harvested correctly, these products are eco-friendly and sustainable.
These paper lanterns are the perfect way to brighten up any room. The combination of raw lokta paper and vibrant pressed flowers and leaves will leave admirers breathless. The natural transparency of lokta paper means you can add a lightbulb into the lantern for a warm and diffused glow of light, or leave it empty for some quirky decor.