Dilli Haat promotes the arts and crafts of Indian Industry

Delhi HaatDelhi Haat lies in the hub of South Delhi. It is located at Shri Aurobindo Marg, Opposite INA market, one near the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and another at Netaji Subash Place, adjacent to Netaji Subash Place Metro Station.

Dilli Haat has various stalls that represent each state of India, gives a complete variety of tastes available all over India. It is a combination food plaza and craft bazaar from all over India and from number of cultural traditions of India. The Tourist Dept. of Delhi has been developed to enhance the craft-manship of India. The place gives a platform to them to show their skilled work. Dilli Haat is mostly filled by tourists in the evening.

They offers the products that may include embellished camel hide footwear, rosewood and sandalwood carvings, sophisticated fabric and gems, drapery, beads, metal crafts, brassware, silk and wool fabrics. So, you can get the products at a nominal price.   Handicrafts and handlooms are held at the exhibition hall in the complex.

Architecture

The architectural features of the complex are designed in the traditional north Indian style with brickwork jail and stone roofs. There is a hall in the complex caters for the exhibitions of the handlooms and handicrafts. A souvenir shop displays attractive ethnic products. Without any concrete structures, the small thatched roof cottages and kiosks provide a village atmosphere.

Between the shops, the courtyards are paved in stone and interspaced with grass to retain a visual softness. This place also incorporates colorful flowering shrubs and trees and therefore, the entire complex is in harmony with the environment. The best time to visit Delhi Haat is the evening.

Entry Tickets

Cost of ticket is Rs.5/- for child and Rs.15/- for adult.

So, you can enjoy the glitters of the village set up as well as can to see the wide diversity of Indian culture.

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