Generations of wood carvers in Pakistan continue a centuries old craft, creating beautiful intricate designs in furniture and home accessories. The artistry dates back 2,000 years to the Buddhist period of the Gandhara region. We visited the Mustaan family’s third shop, established after they escaped the Taliban in 2009.
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Meet The Family Keeping 2000-Year-Old Wood Carving Art Alive In Pakistan | Still Standing