Tibetan Bazaar

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The Tibetan Bazaar is an annual event held on "Black Friday" every year by the Tibetan Association of Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer gave the following descriptive information:

The Tibetan Bazaar is the un-Black Friday, a place to shop for unique silverwork and textiles, to savor salty butter tea and inhale the steamy scent of traditional dumplings, known as momos, to trade the blare of canned holiday music for the hum of chanting monks.

The goods are created by artists in Tibetan exile communities in India and Nepal, and the prices are more than reasonable.

Editor's Note

Don't let the "2012" in the URL mislead you. Looking at the actual page today, I see this year's information. PaulSank 08:46, 14 December 2015 (EST)

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