Meet The Last Family Keeping The 400-Year-Old Rogan Art Alive | Still Standing

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Rogan art has been passed down in the Khatri family for eight generations. Now, with no tourists visiting due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the business has slowed, and the survival of this centuries-old craft is under threat.

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Meet The Last Family Keeping The 400-Year-Old Rogan Art Alive | Still Standing

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