Local and Indian musicians perform on santoor, tabla, hammer dulcimer and digeridoo.
The model yurt in Music for the Eyes appeared in an exhibition in the Washington DC Textile Museum.
The Uzbek-speaking lakai are the only real nomads left in Central Asia.
On a recent trip to India, we learn that though things change, they stay the same!
Tibetans in exile maintain their culture through traditional dress.
Dharamsala is the seat of the Tibetan government-in-exile and a focal point of Tibetan exile life.
We found a great new source of Tibetan carpets in Nepal!
We found the tourists are back to Nepal, and we enjoyed the sights and people in that country.
Sharon and Fred Lundahl have just returned from a month of “buying for the shop” in Nepal and northern India. Future blogs will cover various aspects of the places we went shopping, but this first blog will tell about our R&R weekend at a wonderful vacation site up the Ganges River in the Himalaya Mountains… Read more »
A friend of ours, Jim Senner, who’s spent a lot of time working in Afghanistan has interesting comments to be made on Afghan rugs,