Legacy Craftsmen in Indian Kashmir Face Indifference, Low Demand

Kashmir valley, in the Indian- administered portion of Kashmir, is known for its unique craftsmanship. For centuries, locals learned skills from those who arrived from central Asia following the arrival of Islam in the region. However, among the hundreds of skills, three are in danger of being lost. For VOA, Muheet Ul Islam reports from Srinagar in Indian-administered Kashmir.
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