Lekali Cashmere


Lekali Corp. Pvt.Ltd.is a manufacturing and trading company with the vision to promote Nepalese products globally. The company is a partnership started by some of the oldest and largest business
houses of Nepal. With many years of experience in trading various hand- crafted products within and out of Nepal, they decided to backward integrate to start their own processing, contract manufacturing, and aggregation within Lekali Corp Pvt.Ltd. 

Made in Nepal

Made in Nepal Core Values

Trade Certified

To work with Fair Trade Certified or Fair Work Place Vendors

Good Quality Control

Ability to Repeat Approved Samples.

Production Capacity

Ability to Handle Large Orders

Time Conscious

Ability to Execute Orders on Time

Employment to Women

To Uplift Society



Cashmere fabric is made from a fine wool fiber which must be looked after to keep it looking its best. Cashmere garments are commonly dry cleaned but you can wash cashmere at home. Follow these simple rules to keep your cashmere clean:

  • Always wash in cold or lukewarm water, never over 40 degrees.
  • Always wash garments inside and put scarves in a net bag.
  • Use cashmere friendly, mild detergent.
  • Gently press out the excess water after washing.
  • Never rub, wring, stretch or hang the garment.
  • Always dry away from the sun or any other heat sources.
  • Always dry the garments flat.


Correctly storing your cashmere is as important as cleaning it. Follow these rules to keep your cashmere safe in the cupboard:

  • Always make sure the garment is clean before you store it.
  • Never hang cashmere.
  • If you store the garment in a bag or container make sure it is breathable.
  • Avoid moth damage by storing the garment near anti-moth agents or cedar balls.


We are devoted to our customers in delivering consistently high quality products fast and efficiently, with competitive pricing.

Fiber Length

Fiber length is responsible for the pilling (small woolly balls) quality of the knitwear. The longer the cashmere fiber the higher the tensile strength and in turn the better the product durability. That said, most manufacturers nowadays use shorter fibers, this reduces the price and often gives a softer feel at first, but results in higher rate of pilling. Over a short period of time you will notice the garment loosing weight and looking worn-out. At Lekali we only use the longer cashmere fibers ensuring the final product has low pilling resulting in higher quality and better product performance. 

As such, you can be assured of the luxurious nature of our products. For standard knitwear we don’t use fibers below 34mm in length (preferably over 36mm) and for finer knitwear it is best to use fibers over 38mm. It is easy to test fiber lengths in a lab and we are constantly making sure our fibers are of the optimum length and quality.

Purity Percentage

When you are paying for 100% cashmere, you should be getting 100% cashmere. It is common for some manufacturers to use yarn that has a lesser percentage of cashmere than promised. We have regular tests done to check the purity percentage of our Cashmere.

Fiber Color

We only use the highest quality white cashmere that we dye to suit our customers’ requirements. Many manufacturers use the inferior, darker cashmere fibres and bleach them to make the fibres suitable for dyeing. Bleaching leads to damaged fibres, poor product performance and higher pilling levels. We constantly monitor our raw materials by a simple colour stripping test.

Coloring Process

The best stage at which to dye cashmere is before spinning and that is what we do. However, this process requires large quantities that most manufacturers cannot generate and leaves them no option but to use yarn dyed cashmere. This results in damaged cashmere fibres and low quality, dull looking garments. All of our Cashmere is dyed at the fibre stage and we don’t encourage the use of any other process.

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