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Jangli Bili is born from the idea of creating a unique blend between the Desi Culture and the Western World  to bring to life a new genuine clothing style.

From the start we've wanted to manufacture and use the textile from our home country of Pakistan. We are proud to showcase the skills and craftsmanship that our country has to offer.

The concept that lies behind the creation of the Jangli Bili brand is to break down the barriers between different cultures in our globalised world and to show the world the Desi Heritage in a new and different manner 

Jangli Bili  aspires to promote globally Pakistan’s rich culture, crafts and heritage and the preservation of the biodiversity environment via preservation of the endangered animal species in Pakistan particularly the Snow leopard. We aim to promote and market the excellent and beautiful artisan skills and hands crafts from Pakistan, specifically to help promote the handicrafts produced by people of Pakistan especially women from rural and remote regions.

Jangli Bili is a brand that reflects the everyday lifestyle in order to allow you to wear our designs from dawn till dusk . We believe in clothes that are stylish, functional and made with utmost care in regards of quality and finishing 

We hope that our collections will enable you to live a unique and different life 

These are pictures of different regions of Pakistan. These places represent the identity of our brand and we are very pleased to share them with you so you can marvel at the beauty and inspiring landscapes that our country has to offer 


Muzaffarabad Capital of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK)

Sharda, AJK


Baltit Fort in Karimabad Hunza Valley, Gilgit Baltistan

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Map of Balitistan


Wildlife Park in Nathia Gali Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan


Shangrila Resort Skardu Valley home of the K2 mountain


Meeting point of the three highest mountain ranges in the world: Himalayas, Hindu Kush and Karakoram

Deosai Plains Skardu, Plateau of K2 Home of the Himalayan Brown Bear and the Golden marmot

Pashtuns dancing at Khunjerab Pass (Pakistan-China border) Highest border crossing in the world ( 4693 meters )

Babusar Top Kaghan Valley ( 4173 meters)

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