These are Tibetan women who are having a packed lunch together and sharing some smiles as well. They have stalls by the roads near the main square, where they sell their wares. Goods usually include hand-knit woolens and other knick knacks for tourists. Dharamsala has the headquarters of the Tibetan goverment-in-exile and is home to several Tibetans. Most of them make their living out of the thriving tourism that the place experiences every year.
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