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Don’t miss a unique opportunity next Sunday to purchase textiles
made by women and men from the extremely remote Indian region
of Kutch. The housewares and apparel that will be sold is hand
embroidered, artisan designed, fair trade, eco-friendly, and all natural. This sale is one day only, and benefits Kala Raksha, a trust whose mission is to preserve the traditions of the area.

June 1st, 1-4 pm
2219 Saint Paul
Baltimore, MD

www.kala-raksha.org

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