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Your foot gears crafted in the himalayas will take your style to the next level. DOCHAA is a manifesto of Nepali art, cultures, colors and vibes. Packed in a shoes, DOCHAA is the ultimate representation and inclusivity of art, artisan and YOU.

With your DOCHAA, YOU can bring your unique nepaliness into this world. DOCHAA is made up of local fabrics by the local artisans that represent Nepali traditions and history, colors.

Our Manifesto

One morning at one of the local tea shops in Kathmandu, three young individuals were talking about the underrepresented art and talent of Nepal. They were thinking of ways through which they can credit the artists, embrace their identities in peculiar ways, and endorse the rich and vibrant Nepali culture. After scratching their head for couple hours they thought: what an unique way would it to be to do it through SHOES! And then and there DOCHAA came into existence. DOCHAA, the shoes with Nepali art, culture and identity. Each pair of shoes tell a story of the traditions, cultures, beliefs, identity and uniqueness of the artisans. DOCHAA helps the artists represent their work through shoes in Nepal and globally, and will add more diversity to the Nepali shoes market. For shoe lovers who love wearing unique, stylish and comfortable shoe DOCHAA is all that you need!

3 C's of DOCHAA

Customer’s Satisfaction

Culture Essence

Community Empowerment

With the art renaissance going in Kathmandu and throughout Nepal to endorse nepali art in every way possible, DOCHAA is a very time contextual approach to help promote the brewing art subculture. By fusing art and shoes together, we bring the best comfortable artistic shoes to the Nepali market made by our very own artisans.



Buna means ‘woven’ in nepali language. BUNA DOCHHA uses Dhaka fabric, the oldest Nepali fabric widely used for both traditional and contemporary clothing designs.


Mang comes from the word “Ta-Mang”, where ‘Ta’ means horse and ‘Mang’ means riders. MANG DOCHAA uses Syama usually woven and worn by women in Tamang communities.


NAKHA means ‘festival’ in newari language. NAKHA DOCHAA uses lawa fabric, which is a handwoven fabric, and is worn during newari festivities