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PROF.HARAGOPAL MATHSYARAJA wrote a review Apr 2020
Hyderabad, India839 contributions262 helpful votes
Local handicrafts and material is available here at a very reasonable price and better to buy memento from the center, which we did.
Date of experience: May 2019
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praseni1971 wrote a review Mar 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates79 contributions7 helpful votes
The craft centre at Bomdilla is very inconspicuous and can disappoint one initially.Probe a little more into the rundown and old units and ask around you will get a chance to see the amazing small scale industry and work being done. There are manual handlooms,fabric painting, art factories and very humble workers- men and women. The main hall for sale was poorly lit and no one was present so I turned on all the light switches myself and Lo-and-behold!..a treasure trove of cushion covers,rugs,carpets handicrafts, wooden art et all was revealed.All for sale. A lady then walked in, we just picked what we liked , paid in cash and left the place happy!…
Date of experience: March 2019
HarishAsTraveler wrote a review Nov 2018
Bengaluru, India1162 contributions104 helpful votes
Craft centre is in lower Bomdila near market. Craft centre is mainly run by ladies. Centre has high quality carpets, sweaters and other local people wearing clothes.
Date of experience: November 2018
VenkatNomad wrote a review Feb 2018
Mumbai76 contributions62 helpful votes
The emporium sells a wide variety of ethnic and local stuff at quite reasonable rates. the person assisting buyers is quite knowledgeable and co-operative. 5 minutes away from the emporium is a centre, where they make the stuff.. Interesting for people who make handicrafts and accessories.…
Date of experience: December 2017
ritutpal wrote a review Feb 2018
Guwahati, India37 contributions16 helpful votes
Craft Centre And Ethnographic Museum at Bomdila Town is situated Opposite To Lower Gompa,of Bomdila,in the Arunachal Pradsh of North Eastern region of India.
Date of experience: March 2017