Dilli Haat managed by Delhi Tourism and transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC) is one place that you cannot miss to visit. Dilli Haat is spread in 6 acres and is a hub to nice food and craft lovers. Dilli Haat in Pictures is just a glance that you can have of the place, but the real beauty of the place can only be witnessed when you are in Dilli Haat.
Dilli Haat is located next to the INA metro Station and the place is locally known as Sarojini Nagar. There is a paid entry to the place and it is INR 25 for Indians and INR 60 for foreigners. Dilli Haat was setup by the government of India in 1993 and there is another centre of Dilli Haat which is in Pitampura. If you visit Dilli Haat then you must make sure that you are not in a rush. There is a lot of art and craft that you can witness and if you just bought a new house then this is the place to be for you.
Dilli Haat is the home to Rosewood and Sandalwood cravings. There are a total number of 62 stalls which are given on rotational basis for 15 days. If you want to setup your own stall at Dilli Haat, there is an application process that has to be submitted to the governing body of Dilli Haat.
You must have noticed a picture of a bell and it is believed that in Hinduism Bells are integral as they are at every temple and when you ring the Bell it produces the OM sound which is a holy verse in Hinduism. There is a lot to see, feel and bring back home from Dilli Haat and if you have not visited the place yet, then you are surely missing on something very beautiful.
Pic Credit: Amit Yadav.