International Women’s Day: The Gems Behind Our Jewels

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International Women’s Day is a time to celebrate the achievements of women around the world and to advocate for gender equality. This day is often misconceived as a celebration of feminism, what most don’t know is that IWD was designed to challenge gender norms and honor equality. With that in mind, we have dedicated today’s article to introduce our predominantly female and to acknowledge what being a woman in the industry means. 

“Feminism isn’t about making women strong. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength.” – G.D. Anderson

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Even though the jewelry is a woman accessory this industry is traditionally dominated by men, We still see less women on Top. With our #Brandnewme campaign we have celebrated  female entrepreneurs  &  encourage them to feel both beautiful inside & outside with KN Jewelry. Jewelry has always been an essential part of a woman’s life. It is a way to express oneself and to enhance one’s beauty. KN statement necklaces to KN bracelets, every piece of jewelry at KN tells a unique story.

At International Women’s Day, we wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the strength and resilience of women everywhere. We know that women face unique challenges and obstacles, but we also know that women are capable of overcoming them and achieving great things.

Women Featured for March Month


This March month we also have  featured 5 amazing women from diverse sectors as #inspiringKNWomen in our different official digital platforms. Srijana Ninleku

  1. Srijana Ninleku: Srijana Ninleku is UK based Nepali Vlogger and Digital Content Creator also a founder of Srijana Dhaka Fashion. She is both our #KNStar #InspiringKNWomen who has been pushing boundaries of gender stereotyping and working hard to build up her own business far away from her homeland.Check Out Her YouTube Vlogs


2. Pragya Rajkarnikar: Pragya Rajkarnikar is the Director of Krishna Pauroti Bhandar Pvt. Ltd., the First Bakery Production in Nepal. This bakery business was established almost 75 years back by her grandfather, Krishna Rajkarnikar. She is an Entrepreneur and a mother who is leading her grandfather’s vision and dedicated to business growth & expansion also maintains the legacy of family business.

Follow Her on Instagram To Know More

Subani Moktan


3. Subani Moktan: Subani Moktan is a popular Singer/Songwriter and also a music arranger of Nepal. Her parents Shila Bahadur Moktan and Kunti Moktan are Nepalese veteran singers. Besides her own independent music, she also works as a playback singer for movies. She also plays the guitar and piano.

Follow her Musical Journey on YouTube


4. Ashmita Adhikari: Ashmita Adhikari is a South Asian Nepali digital content creator based in the United States. She creates different eye-pleasing makeup content every single day. She has been working hard to achieve her dream.

Follow Her for Beauty Content On Instagram


5.Manijila Rai: Manjila Rai is a Plant Collector, Early Year Educator and #KNstar who has been living in Hong Kong for a long period of time. She is one of our oldest clients. As an early year educator, she has been teaching children to accelerate their talents & abilities.

Follow Her on Instagram To Know More

Happy International Women’s Day!


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