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Dilli Haat ( INA ) : Introduction

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Overview : Dilli Haat was established to provide a platform to craftsmen all over the country who were otherwise limited to their villages & towns. The purpose was to get rid of the middlemen and let artisan sell their products directly to indian & foreign buyers. There are fixed stalls representing many states. You can also relish variety of cuisines & enjoy the performing arts from different states of the country. It's a joint project of Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC) and New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC). It's located on Aurobindo Marg & opposite INA Market one of the prominent commercial place in South Delhi. The concept was to create a village fair like atmosphere with the difference that it is fixed at one location unlike village fairs.
There is an open air stage for music, dance & other such programs.




Timings : 10:00 am - 10:00 pm (all days open)


Entry : Nominal Entry Fee

Address : Dilli Haat (opposite INA Market), Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi - 110023
A Unit of Delhi Tourism
Contact : 011-26119055, 011-24678817
Map : Dilli Haat at Google Maps
Metro : Nearest Metro Station - 'INA(Yellow Line)'


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Dilli Haat ( INA ) : Introduction Dilli Haat ( INA ) : Introduction Reviewed by Rohit Malik on 05:45 Rating: 5

22 comments:

  1. earlier dilli-haat was encouraging artisans but now its encouraging traders, as you see the same set of people with same products just changing places throughtout the year.

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  2. thats correct. i am a businessman and i visit india every year.due to same product and same traders i am not visiting delli haat anymore. also the prices is not interesting anymore so i go to other wholesale now.

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  3. I remember around 10 years ago gosh it is long time, Dilli Haat use to celebrate coming of verious seasons, there were people from various states (new people every time), great artist, beautiful handicraft and there was a buzz about it. May be organisers have run out of inspiration or just the enthusiasm!!

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  4. number to 8 digit ke daal do mahaan logo....

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  5. i used to go there 10 years ago with my friends. it was great fun with having a choice of different food. and buying arts and crafts .well after that long i miss that place . it is my faourite place in the whole world .Whenever i go to india i never miss to go there and rembering my old memories.

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  6. most happing place,full of young crowd, lots of food,and very good place to chill out.you can purchase varios stuff from there at low prices.

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  7. when is dilli haat closed means in a week

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  8. The DILLI HAAT organisers should give a list of the artisans or the exhibitors with their contact details so that we can be in touch with them all round the year whenever we need the stuff.they dont provide any directory or brochure to the visitors atleast to have a view of the exhbitors and their products.The organisers can have a website atleast so that we can check up all the above requiremants.

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  9. I love going to dilli haat specially for the raw silk sarees and dress materials.

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  10. it's really gud and it happens..............................!!! visit india and get merged up with it's tradition.....gud luck

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  11. i love dilli hat for its food at 'ALFRESCO'from nagaland..great pork curry....sushma

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  12. I went for the first time and found the place a commendable one rigt from its village look to food shady places for rest for ealderys and childerns.it isrecommeded as a great hangout with family. it is on the metro station which adds to its charm from connectivity angle

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  13. dilli hat no longer represents the crafts anymore.the prices are exorbitant, and same people are there year long.and why should be there an entrance fee for commercial purpose.The air conditioned malls dont charge an entrance fee. I wonder how much money the authority make to bring it to such state

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  14. How to book a stall in dilli haat

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  15. is dilli haat open on 26th jan

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  16. Amazing place to hangout for few hours ..Arts and crafts from various states are amazing

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  17. Diane from the UK10/25/2015 12:35:00 PM

    I like Dilli Haat and have been going for many years but I totally agree that it has lost freshness. The same old same old traders, rather than artisans, are always there and too many very pushy Kashmiri business people who should have learned by now that westerners on the whole do not like their overly personal and importuning approach.

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  18. I went to delhi haat to day. wifey was not working. so many people were complaining about this. I request the authority to look into this.

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  19. i use to go to dilli Haat regularly. but now it's not that attracting. exorbitant price and the quality is also not good. same people all the year in rotation..

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