About Us

Hey there, welcome to Lil Sherpa.
Our story? It's pretty simple, really. More often than not we forget to capture the most thoughtful elements around us. We brought a sangam of geometrical shapes inspired by the distinct art and architecture across the world.

We turned these stories and created pieces from them that make you feel special, whether you're dressing up for a big night out or just adding a little sparkle to your everyday style.

Every piece in our collection is handcrafted by our Karigars in Kathmandu,Nepal with love and care, because we believe that's what makes jewelry truly special.

From delicate necklaces to statement earrings, each piece is designed to help you express yourself in your own unique way.

And hey, we're all about spreading good vibes, too. That's why we're committed to using ethical and sustainable material and practices whenever possible.

We want you to feel good about what you're wearing, inside and out.
So go ahead, take a look around. We hope you find something that speaks to you and makes you feel amazing because that's what jewelry should be all about, right?

Thanks for stopping by!
Ethos & Design Language:

With each strike of the hammer & breathing in life to the molten dreams , our design forge a story of various cultures, etched in metal.

Weaving together threads of art, architecture and tradition inspired by the own travels of our Chief Designer , Mohita Bhimsaria.

Subsequent to the completion of her undergraduate studies at SBMJC, where she cultivated a profound expertise in marketing and sales within the practical realm.

Her journey commenced in 2015 when she devoted herself full-time to the world of Jewelry.

The passion for jewelry crafting led her to pursue extensive education at the International Gemological Institute, where she delved into the intricacies of diamond grading and jewelry designing.
Further refining her craft, she honed her skills at Fabjewels, one of India's premier jewelry manufacturing companies, under the tutelage of the distinguished designer, Divya Batra.

Our jewelry becomes more than mere substance. It becomes a vessel for storytelling, a reflection of the collective human experience.

We may be different , but we are all one.