शनिबार, अशोज २४, २०७७ मा प्रकाशित
An artisan family has been continuing with their craftsmanship in tailoring for 200 years in Beni and its nearby areas. Fauda Singh Nepali, 65, is one name in that family, who is also handing over the tailoring legacy of his lineage to the new generation. Born in 1955, Fauda Singh still remembers the time of 1969 when his father gave him the first responsibility to stitch Balighare in Purna Bahadur Sakya's home. After that, his work of tailoring has not even stopped at the age of 65. Some time ago, he even took a break from his tailoring work at the request of his son, who said to not work as Fauda was aging. “I stayed in home for three long years. Neither my buyers nor the skills of my hand would let me to sit idle, therefore, I again started a shop in a shutter and returned to my..