Tibetan Sweater Sellers Donate Warmth Among Orphans

The Tibetan sweater sellers in the Indian state of Maharashtra has taken up the noble act of spreading their love by donating warm cloths among the orphans in the state. Tibetan sweater sellers has carried out this donation on Wednesday, the blessed day of His Holiness to help the poor keep themselves warm with dipping temperature.

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Tibetan Winter Business Hoping Recovery of Demonetization Loss This Year

A large number of Tibetan refugees in India depend on the seasonal sales of warm clothing in Indian cities as a source of their livelihoods. This year Tibetans are hope to sell the leftover stocks remaining from the sales impact incurred due to demonetization at the end of the year 2016 so that they do go into losses.

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Dipping Temperatures Might Mean Better Business for Tibetan Sweater-Sellers

The arrival of New Year has brought with it, perhaps, good news for Tibetan sweater-sellers. Tibetan sweater-sellers who are struggling to make sales might see a rise in the purchase after Skymet Weather said that the winter chill will continue. Tibetan sellers were earlier concerned about the onset of a late winter, resulting in warmer climate even during the month of December.

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Tibetan Markets Distribute Many Woolen Items Among Poor

Tibetan markets in the Indian city of Udaipur has distributed an extensive amount of their woolen items among the poor in commemoration of the Human Rights day yesterday according to the report in Udaipur Times. The Tibetans doing their sweater selling business in the city celebrated the Human Rights day and the Nobel Peace prize day with such a humanitarian act.

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Tibetan Winter Markets Boycott Chinese Goods

Tibetan winter markets have called for a boycott of Chinese goods in a very significant effort to protest against the China’s hostile policies. The seasonal Tibetan markets which have now been set up across India for the next three months have pledged to not sell a single Chinese product from this year according to the report in Times of India.

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