How One Town Keeps A 5,000-Year-Old Ajrak Tradition Alive In Pakistan | Still Standing
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Craftsmen spend hours carefully generating Ajrak by drawing up the pattern on thick, starched cotton fabric that holds its inflexible shape. Regardless of economical, industrial copies flooding the market, Imran Soomro as well as his household are determined to keep the craft to life in Bhit Shah, Pakistan.
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