Participating in one of their ceremonies, it felt very solemn. There was nothing to sell, maybe it was just the weekend, and it didn't feel like a Tibetan village.
I personally think that the Tibetan carpets here are very handsome, and you can consider bringing one, which is paid in US dollars. The Tibetans there have a normal attitude towards Han people, so you need to be careful not to violate local customs! There are very strong Tibetan villages with many handmade souvenirs for sale.
A place that is both distinctive and interesting, it is worth visiting.
Pokhara is a relatively large Tibetan village. There are many people selling handmade crafts. It is a shopping place where you can buy some souvenirs, but the things here are not very cheap.
Tashilin Tibetan Village is a place where Tibetan blankets are sold. There are many small vendors, the price is a bit expensive, maybe because of the heavy commercialization.
Preston_Dominguez: Pokhara, Nepal
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Sarangkot,Fort Island,Tashi Palkhel,Penguin Pool,Bat Cave