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So many state food and handicraft stalls this place is really good place to visit . We went to the rajasthani stall for food, had there bajra thali along with mirchi vada, dal kachori, pyaaz kachori . Food was good.
An open air food plaza and craft bazaar, a triumphant spot of people’s gatherings and their chatters is Dilli Haat in Delhi which is a venture of Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation. Dilli Haat is quite unlike the other markets in the area.
This place is a must visit for all foreign and indian tourist to Delhi.
The amount and varied spread of handcraft work is just amazing. Since the stalls are on short term lease, there is a continuous rotation to the items being sold. Some of...More
We visited Dilli Haat after going to several other small craft stores and markets. Dilli Hart was the best by a long way and the prices excellent.
Fantastic for hand painted art - many of the artists were on the stalls; scarves, handbags, jewellery etc...More
Be it tourists, or locals, this place will never fail to amaze us. Housing handicrafts and serving cuisines from all over India, it is a great place to some shopping, and grab a bite to eat. Best time to visit is in winters because it's...More
Dilli Haat is the one of the most popular destination for both domestic and foreign tourists. Developed by Delhi Tourism department, it is the permanent destination which showcases different arts, crafts, clothing, music and food from all over India. It is a well known place...More
Having read online reviews, I was excited about going to Dilli Haat, and squeezed it into my last day in Delhi. Sadly I was hugely underwhelmed by the stalls and their wares. There seemed to be an endless amount of the same stuff - namely...More
Visited Dilli Haat on a Saturday and made a mistake! Being a weekend, the place was unusually crowded, and it became a pain to be shoved around at every stall. All the Indian states with their handicrafts and particular cuisine are represented here, with multiple...More
There was a tribal festival the day I went to Delhi Haat it was amazing and easy because I went on a metro from Lajpat Nagar station got down at INA as you get out of the station on the right hand side you walk...More
Visits to the capital demand an extra bag for all the shopping from Sarojini Nagar. Delhi’s trendiest fashion market is a favourite among locals to designers who are often found strolling down the lanes to check what’s in vogue. From export gallis housing rejected surplus in all its glory to fifty-rupee piles of basics, from leather export shops to street vintage wear at throw away prices, this busy market that can
feel like a maze is a must visit, provided you are in a mood to unleash your superpower of amazing bargaining skills. Though residential, but this popular neighbourhood that is close to Dilli Haat and INA Market – the prestigious food bazaar of Delhi, is the trendiest check-in for all shoppers in the city.
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The tribal festival is till 30th of November 2018 and it is huge and there's a ramp All The Way there is special area for food where they are serving authentic food all homemade from different states of India you will enjoy... More
The tribal festival is till 30th of November 2018 and it is huge and there's a ramp All The Way there is special area for food where they are serving authentic food all homemade from different states of India you will enjoy trying all that.... you have lot of ethinic stuff like cane baskets suit pieces from different parts of India with their work and fabrics. Lot of artwork. all in all culture of India