With the onset of winter Tibetan Refugees Association has put up 60 stalls in Frazer road Patna, offering trendy woolen clothes for men, women, and kids including sweaters, jackets, pullovers, and shawls at affordable rates. Like always Lahasa market is receiving major footfall and positive responses from Patnities.
Lahasa market is being organized in Patna since 1975. These refugees living in exile in Uttrakhand, West Bengal, Karnataka, and Himachal Pradesh come here every year to earn their livelihood. Tibetan Refugees’ Association secretary Chime Tsering said, “the winter season has just started in Patna, our business is highly dependent on temperature dip this year. We have all the clothes according to the latest trend at the most affordable cost”.
Ridhima a buyer there said – “They are not letting to bargain us, but the price paid for any product is worth because the material and quality of clothes is a good and worth investment”.
As far as the prices are concerned, sweaters cost anywhere between Rs. 180 and Rs. 1400, jackets are available from Rs 800 to Rs 2000. The prices of shawls vary from Rs 150 to Rs 1200, long coats from Rs 2500 to Rs 3000, and winter tracksuits Rs 710 to Rs 1200.
Apart from woolen clothes, Tibetan jewelry and decorative pieces are also sold at Lahasa market.
This three-month long winter sale begins in November every year and ends on January 31.
The shops are open from morning 10 AM to 10 PM.
Address – Fraser Road Area, Patna, Bihar 800001
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