Workers making a traditional gold jewelleries in Nepal. Handcraft designs are much more beautiful then molding.
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By Kevin L. Nadal, PhD (Associate Professor of Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice – City University of New York) When I was a little kid, I used to hear my brothers, cousins, and friends…
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Every thing around us is a treasure just thoughts and feeling them is different from persons to persons. Many treasures around me .I picked 3 of them 1.valuable box for married women to put red powder( sindur). The red sindoor is significant for the married woman as she is full of colour. 2. The women pouring home made wine in a mud bowel, this doll is very much important in Newar’s girl marriage in Nepal. She takes the doll to her new home i.e. her husband home. 3. Stoned vase like object (thyaka) used for keeping home made wines.