Tashi Palkhiel – Tibetan Refugee Camp at Pokhara (Portrait Series)
Tashi Palkhiel, is a Tibetan refugee settlement which established year 1965. Located about 25 minutes driver from Riverside Pokhara, Nepal. Jangchub Choeling monastery is one of the main landmark near it. The Settlement of about 800 Tibetan at this camp is now running Traditional Tibetan Carpet, which was 1 of the 4 original Tibetan carpet production centre that was established in 1964 in Nepal. Below is the portrait series of women that i met at the Tibetan Carpet weaving industry.
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Posted on November 18, 2013, in Headshot, Human Interest, Kathmandu, life, Photo Essay, Travel, Uncategorized and tagged indoor portrait, Jangchub Choeling, monastery, nepal, nepalese, palkhiel, people, photography, pokhara, portrait, portraiture, refugee, riverside, tashi, tibetan, Traditional Tibetan Carpet, travel. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.