Owned and operated by Delhi Tourism and Transportation
Development Corporation, Delhi Haat is a wonderful craft market. This is one of the best tourist Places in Delhi. The complex
covers 6 acres of land. Tourists get a traditional village vibe from this food
plaza. All thanks to its roof cottages, impressive foundation work, and huts.
Dilli Haat is a must-visit site for shopaholics. The place is packed with many
shops – both permanent and temporary vendors. Tourists who are looking for some
entertainment or cultural events can walk up to the open-air theatre. All the
cultural events and interesting acts are performed here almost every day.
You can find an exclusive range of items including rosewood
carvings, sandalwood, fashionable fabric, beads, gems, metal crafts, silk, wood
fabrics, jute products, handloom, handicraft, trending footwear, etc. Dilli
Haat is a vibrant and cultural place. Situated in the commercial area of South
Delhi, the market is famous for its regional handicrafts and mouth-watering
dishes. Not only does it make an ideal destination for shopaholics, but Dilli
Haat greets foodies with momos, Kahwa & Kebabs, Marathi Pooranpoli, hot
chicken, and flavorful desserts.
You get to explore culture, art, food, and craft all under
one roof at Dilli Haat. Remember to bring your cameras so that you can click
some candid photos and show them your family back home. This warm and lovely
craft bazaar is an ideal place for all international tourists who intend to buy
a souvenir. Designed in 1994, this traditional yet sophisticated market
featuring thatched roofs and cottages is home to 62 stalls. The price of each
stall is 250 Rs per day, though most of these stalls aren’t permanent and are
rotated every 15 days. Pitampura and Janakpuri are two of the popular branches
of this cultural cum food plaza. All in all, Dilli Haat is a fascinating
traditional bazaar for all types of explorers out there.