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Resettling artist gifts several portraits to host community

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Bhakta Rai, a resettling exiled artist from Beldangi refugee camp, has gifted his portraits to the host community as souvenirs.

Various portraits made out of mud will remain as a part of the “Dashak Museum” in Beldangi-I refugee camp.

Coinciding with the 16th World Refugee Day, the management of the museum was handed over to the Damak Municipality.

(Pictures are courtesy of Prakash Angdembe, Jhapa)


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