A Day Out At Dilli Haat

Handicrafts and handlooms products

A perfect destination to hang out with your gang

  • Angelic place to visit
  • Handicrafts and handlooms products
  • Special and famous dishes of the states

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If you are planning to hang out with your gang this weekend, and still wondering where to go then Dilli Haat could be a good option. It is one of the most exotic destinations in Delhi. It is an attractive place situated near INA metro station. Notably, there are two such places in Delhi one is situated at INA and another one is at Pitampura. The place was established in 1994 with the joint venture of Delhi Tourism and Ministry of Tourism and Textile. The best thing about the place is, it is an open aircraft bazaar cum foodplaza. People from all walks of life can visit Dilli Haat as products available here can cater everybody’s needs.

Beautiful Gift
Beautiful Gift

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There are number of shops where you can find only hand-made products. But the market is overloaded with other stuffs also like ornaments, clothes, footwear and shawls. You can find wide range of footwear, and accessories at reasonable prices here.


Decorative Items

There are different varieties of food stalls. Different states represent their special and famous dishes. Like Punjab offers you mouth- watering ‘makke di roti sarso da saag’, Bihar will serve you ‘litti chokha’, and if you are a foodie then Dilli Haat is the best place to rejuvenate your taste buds.

Notably, only craftsmen registered with D.C.Handicrafts are eligible for stalls at the Dilli Haat. The total number of stalls available at Dilli Haat are 62. If you are someone who likes to explore new things this is the best place to hang out because a lot of events take place here on a regular basis.

Tibetan cultural festival
Tibetan cultural festival

Dastkari is a famous fest that regularly takes place at Dilli Haat. This fest is organized by Dastkari Haat Samiti. This brings together 170 craftsmen from different villages and towns from all-over India to present their excellent creative craftworks.

Dilli Haat remains open from 10:30 to 22:00, seven days a week. The entrance fee for Indian nationals is Rs.30 for adults, Rs. 10 for children and for Foreigners it is 100. Entry fee of the place is pocket – friendly, thus makes it a favorite place for all the young folks out there.

If you are really want to take a break from your monotonic routine, and want to treat yourself with some good stuff, plan a trip to Dilli Haat this weekend.

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Inder Rawat

A passionate writer who likes to read, travel and explore new things.
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