The Telegraph Online-08.11.21
They have been visiting Dhanbad for the last three decades.
Around 20 Tibetan refugees from Mysore are back in the coal town after two years with their wide range of winter wear products including jackets, sweaters, shawls, mufflers, rugs, stockings, gloves, monkey caps and others. Their return follows the inauguration of the winter wear market of the New Lhasa Market Tibetan Refugee Association today by Dhanbad MLA, Raj Sinha Dhanbad in the presence of a host of Tibetan refugee families.
Talking to The Telegraph Online GD Tamding (65), leader of the association said, “Due to the pandemic last year, we could not come to Dhanbad and this year too we had to shuttle between offices for close to two months to seek permission from the district administration. Due to the uncertain period we have also brought lesser stock of around two trucks only instead of the usual five to six trucks every year. Unpredictable sale weighs in our mind,” said Tamding adding there is no dearth of products in their collection. Continue Reading