In Manipur's Paona Bazaar, Che in masala sachets too
Economic Times | PTI | New Delhi, February 21:
Che Guevara may be the most popular T-shirt graffiti, but in Manipur's iconic Paona Bazaar, his face is imprinted on virtually everything - belts, trousers, guitars and even seen on masala sachets and at HIV drop-in centres.
In "Che in Paona Bazaar", television journalist Kishalay Bhattacharjee takes us on a journey of Imphal's most popular street, named by Paonam Nawol Singh who played an important role in the Anglo-Manipuri war of 1891 after which the British crown took over the sovereignty of Manipur and ruled till 1947.
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