Delhi Haat

Delhi Haat, the blend of eating joints and crafts bazaar, is located at Shri Aurobindo Marg opposite INA market in New Delhi. Being situated at the heart of South Delhi, Delhi Haat attracts lots of visitors everyday, most of which includes national and international tourists. Delhi Haat which is also called Dilli Haat is the brain child of the Tourist Department of Delhi. Delhi Haat was established to promote the arts and crafts industry of India.

Further, you can enjoy shopping the ethnic items of India and pamper your taste buds with the lip smacking Indian dishes at a very reasonable rate under one roof.

Delhi Haat is a permanent haat where the craftsmen are mobile and offer you a pleasing combination of arts and crafts, food and cultural activities. Delhi Haat covers a vast area of 6 acres. Apart from the market, Delhi Haat comprises of a separate corner for children to play.

Delhi Haat houses two things together - a food joint and a crafts market - both inspired from the village style. The food brasseries offer you the rich Indian food from all regions, all neatly and hygienically cooked. At times Delhi Haat also conducts some regional food festivals. Handicrafts at Delhi Haat are commendable. They include rosewood and sandalwood carvings, camel hide Footwear, brass ware, metal crafts, gems and jeweleries, etc. You can get the crafts work from all across the country here.

The best time to visit Delhi Haat would be in the evening when you can not only enjoy the glitters of the village set up but also get to see the wide diversity of Indian culture.
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