Sunday, June 12, 2011

Delhi Tourism : Dilli Haat, Introduction, Location, Tourism, Tickets, Major Attraction , Various Range of Products offered, Nearby Tourist Attraction



Introduction
Dilli Haat is a shoppers paradise. A joint collaboration between the New Delhi Municipal Corporation and the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Department, the basic idea of setting up this crafts bazaar was to promote the Indian handicrafts industry and Indian cuisine.
The word haat denotes an informal weekly market or bazaar that is held in the rural areas of India.


Location
It is located in the heart of Delhi, one near the All India Institute of Medical Sciences on Sri Aurobindo Marg, opposite INA Market on Sri Aurobindo Marg, and another at Netaji Subash Place, adjacent to Netaji Subash Place Metro Station.

Tickets

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

Main Attraction & Significance



There are as many as 62 stalls located within the complex. Craftsmen from different corners of India come over here to showcase their products. The products are reasonably priced. The shops and stalls are allotted to the sellers for 15 days and is then rotated so that other sellers get an opportunity to exhibit and sell their products.


The different kinds of items that are sold in the Dilli Haat in Delhi include footwear made from camel skin, brassware, sandalwood and rosewood carvings, handloom items, woolen and silk items, draperies, articles made from stone, ornaments and others. Every product is unique and is a fine example of the skills of the Indian craftsmen.
Apart from these, there are several stalls where you can get to savor Indian food. The Dilli Haat has a food plaza where you can get to taste the culinary delights from the different parts of India. Food festivals are often held over here also from time to time.
Dilli Haat at Delhi can be considered as an upgraded version of the traditional village market. Where on one hand it gives an exposure to the artisans of the country, on the other hand it gives a clear picture of Indian art and culture.


The products that are offered at Delhi Haat are:
  • Rosewood and sandalwood carvings
  • Embellished camel hide footwear
  • Sophisticated fabric and drapery
  • Gems
  • Beads
  • Brassware
  • Metal crafts
  • Silk fabrics
  • Wool fabrics
  • Terracotta
  • Jewellery
  • Blue pottery
Nearby Tourist Attractions
  • India Gate
  • Safdarjung Tomb
  • Lodi Gardens
  • Chaunsath Khamba

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