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Tibetan Thangkas

Tibetan Jewelry
Tibetan Statues
Tibetan  Masks
Nepalese Shamans Rituals  &  Artifacts
 

Pashmina Shawls
Wool Shawls & Scarfs
Handmade Woolen
Sweaters & Jackets

 

Silk Shirts

Tibetan Silk
Rappers (Boleros)
Tibetan Chubbas
(Traditional Dress)
 
 

 

Nepalese Shirts 
(Newar/Chinese)
Nepalese and
Himalayan Hats 
Japanese Silk
Pants  (Girls)
Tibetan  Brocades
Tibetan Malas
Incense and Burners
Decorations
Paper Lamps
Other Supplies
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


Tibetan Medicine
Original Books 
and  Thangkas
Celtic Studies
Celtic Arts
Nepal  Anthropology
Research Links
Other selected 
Links 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Tours&Studies
Keltic Trilogy Seminars
Counselling
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About us...
Wholesale/ Volume Orders
How are Tibetan Thangkas done ?
How to use 
Tibetan Malas
 

 

   
  








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Silk shirts, rappers,
boleros, pants and chubbas

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Tibetan Chubbas 
Dress & shirts

(Chubbas complete dress)
from $50.00 to $150.00 
 


 


 


 

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Silk shirts 
special for Chubbas

(Shirts for Tibetan Chubbas)
$20.00
 


 


 


 

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Silk shirts
These can also go with Chubbas
(round or V collar)
$23.00
 

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Silk shirts

(Neware  or  Tibetan  collar)
$23.00
 

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Keltic Trilogy/Cairn
EU / Nepal (SXSS) Asia- Link
Study Abroad in Nepal, Tibet and India



Keltic Trilogy Online Boutique is a  EU / Nepal  NGOs Network
(Non Profit) organized with selected Nepalese and Tibetan traditional handicraft artists, painters and tailors, based in and around the target-site Bouddhanath Stupa (Kathmandu / Nepal)

It aims to promote the use of the Internet new technology
which may benefit the local people, preserve their traditional heritage and enhance cross- cultural exchange, as well as IT-/training and interest from donors, INGOs or handicraft importers.

In the present policy we organize three major shipments
a year, to USA, UK, France, Belgium retailers,
or to your own personal address.

We guarantee the local production and 
cargo shipment to be entirely under our direct supervision.

We will produce and/or buy the best for you, 
as we would do it for ourselves ...
 
 

Our contact address:

email: leon@sped.ucl.ac.be

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