Really gained a lot of insight... If you are interested in exhibition halls, this place is definitely worth a visit! There are many crafts in it.
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.
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.
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