Nepalese textiles

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British Museum Press, 1993 - Crafts & Hobbies - 204 pages

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I met with Susi Dunsmore in Dhankuta, east Nepal. Both we were working in Koshi Hills Development Project called KHRDEP II Phase. Her husband John Dunsmore was the Senior Technical Advisor of KHRDEP-II project, based in Dhankuta, Nepal
She spent her full time in promoting Dhaka and Allo product. She worked very hard to bring this product to the market. As a result of her diligence, unfailing support for developing Dhaka Cloths now there are more than 20,000 weavers and 40,000 women are earing very good money from this industry in Nepal. It has really transformed 100 thousand people's lives and they are out of poverty.
This book is one of the instruments for the success of Dhaka weavers women in Nepal
I reviewed this book while I was MSC student in UMIST Manchester, UK in 1998, which is really good

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