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Tibetan Market, Baga Road

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Trinidade
Trinidade
February 05, 2019
The Tibetan market is awesome for Street shopping, they have a variety of Jewellery and shawls, but do make sure to bargain well.
António
António
July 26, 2018
Owned by the Tibetan refugees from around India, you can find all kind of Tibetan/India jewelry and handcrafts. Its worth a visit only if you are interested in handmade jewelry and handcrafts.
Amit
Amit
March 03, 2018
All kinds of junk jewellery and stone jewellery can be found in the market.

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Baga, GA 403516
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