Hi Friend, I am back with new addition to our Tourist Destinations in Delhi One of the latest attractions in Delhi is Dilli Haat, a must visit place in heart of Delhi. Here We Bring Timing of Dilli Haat with Opening & Closing Time with day closed, entry fee, location and other details.
Dilli Haat, Mini India And A Heaven For Shoppers
You must be trying to find a place, where you can do shopping with experiencing the cultural stuff. And the place that offers you a large variety of food. Well if this is desire then this place is all you need. Yes, you have heard it right Dilli Haat not to be confused with Delhi Haat. It is the place that gives you all round entertainment and an opportunity to fulfill your desire of shopping. Dilli Haat is an open air food plaza and a craft bazaar.
Delhi Haat Location, Timing & Entry Fee
There are 3 prime Dilli Haats in Delhi.
They are Dilli Haat Ina market, Dilli Haat pitampura and Dilli Haat janakpuri.
You can find the one nearby you and swing by there. Delhi Haat INA market is easily convenient by INA metro station, if you take the bus just deport on Ina bus stop.
Pitampura Dilli Haat is very close to netaji subhash place metro station and wazeerpur bus stop.
And for Janakpuri, deport on Janakpuri east metro station or Tilak nagar metro station. The place is open from 10 am to 10 pm all seven days of the week. I would suggest you to go there in evening and avoid afternoon.
The place charges a little entry fee Rs. 10 for children, 30 for adult and 100 for foreigner.
Dilli Haat: Culture, Food And Art
A well manage, clean place Dilli Haat can also be considered as mini India. So, for the people interested in Indian culture, food, art, music and dance, this place will be a god found. Established in 1994 the place grew fully accessible in 2003 and now it got more than a hundred ways to allure you.
Dilli Haat: Every time New Items
Spread in 6 acres the bazaar contains thatched roof cottages that give it a village look. Some shops are permanent but some are on the rotational basis and allotted only for 15 days.
So after each 15 days new shops arrive to replace the old one and you have new stuff to browse through. In the middle of the bazaar stated the exhibition hall where a number of exhibitions are organized to promote the artwork.
The place is famous for the rosewood cravings and the sandalwood artwork is one of the top focuses in the bazaar.
Dilli Haat: Get Ready To Be Fascinated
Here, a huge number of items that will trap your focus like the Kashmiri embroidery, shawl, jackets, paintings, gift items and Rajasthani jooti. It is the best place to buy artwork. And we can bet, you will find every item irresistible that would bring the shopper out of you. Apart from traditional artwork, you can also buy books, silver jewelry, music instruments, antique items, Statues, swords, regional clothes etc.
Dilli Haat: Different State Different Taste
Dilli Haat is also called mini India or the regular trade fair. Since the shops represent their respective states, it is the place that gives you an experience of looking at the art of all the states of India.
There you will feel what amazement you will get if all the states of India come together. And, put their talent on the display. And, also the food from all the regions of India includes momos, chowmein, Punjabi thali and rajasthani thali.
Dilli Haat: Kaleidoscope
The place also gives you the opportunity to enjoy the colors. If you have missed all the colorful designs of Jaipur, no worries, you can experience it here.
The kaleidoscope is the thing that we usually see if we tune in any classical Rajasthani programe.
But this place brings the classical pleasentness to the reality and you can witness India in a better way through the kaleidoscope. On the first moment it takes you to a pattern that will keep of changing on each angle which seems relaxing as well as pleasant.
Different kaleidoscopes represent different themes. Some will take you through the cultural diversity and some will introduce you to the ancient time.
Unlike chandni chowk or any other market of Delhi, Dilli haat is a clean place with no cacophonic horn blows. The place is a heaven for shoppers and food lovers. And, a general suggestion is to take the cash with you as credit cards are not accepted here.