Based on our experience as carpet dealers, we take the liability for our customers as well as for our employees in the country of origin. In our manufactures which we supervise, there is always an option for the staff to live in separate living rooms with their families near our factory. In order to show you the weaver's life in Nepal we would like to introduce you to Indra Tamang with his wife, Lal Maya Tamang and their daughter Samsara.

Traditionally the day begins at 6 a.m. Then the have breakfast with other weavers. At 7:45 a.m. the children go to school or kindergarten.

Indra and his wife work as weavers in our carpet manufacturing unit in Kathmandu. Today, they are to finish a carpet, started eight weeks ago with their colleagues.

The couple and other weavers enjoy their work with fun. They sing, listen to music or either tell jokes. Lal Maya is relaxed because she knows her daughter is taken care of properly. She waits for the evening when her daughter reports the latest things she has learned at school.

The lunch break is at 12. The food is cooked by the cooks of the manufactory. At 1 p.m., they continue their work till the working day ends at 5 p.m. Afterwards, Lal Maya goes to do some daily shopping in Kathmandu with her daughter. Then she prepares the dinner for the family. At dinner, with their family and colleagues, they talk about the day the had. They like this mixture of a big community on the one hand, and the retreat possibility on the other. They feel a sense of security and prosperity in unfortunately often politically unstable Nepal.