Delhi Haat, also called as DilliHatt is considered as brain child by the Tourists Department of Delhi. It was established to encourage arts and crafts in India. One can enjoy shopping several ethnic and classy products as well as increase their taste buds by having several dishes from all over India snacking in food plaza served at reasonable rates under one single roof.

The History of Dilli Haat tells us that it was established and opened in 1994 with the joint venture of Delhi Tourism (DTDC), D.C (Handicrafts), NMDC, D.C. (Handlooms) and Ministry of Tourism and Textile, Government of India. There are three similar bazaars in Delhi, one is placed near the All India Institute of Medical Sciences on Sri Aurobindo Marg that is opposite to INA Market and it was established in 1994. The second one is situated at Pitampura located at North Delhi near the Netaji Subhash Place and it was established in 2008. Delhi got its third Dilli Haat on 13 July, 2014 as Dilli Haat at Janakpuri. This new venue showcases the country’s craft and cultural tradition, and is an open air shopper’s paradise which is a one stop destination for art, craft, music and food lovers.


How to reach Delhi Haat INA –

The best way to reach this place is to opt for a public transportation as the entire city of Delhi is comfortably connected through public transport. The ideal option among various public transportations is the Delhi Metro Service. The nearest Metro station to reach Dilli Haat is INA.

How to reach Delhi Haat Pitampura –

The easiest way to reach Dilli Haat Pitampura is by the Delhi Metro. The Netaji Subhash Place Metro station on the Red Line is the nearest station.

How to reach Delhi Haat Janakpuri –

The nearest Metro Station to reach Dilli Haat Janakpuri is Tilak Nagar or Janak Puri (East) Metro Station.


About Delhi Haat –

Dilli Haat covers a vast distance of 6 acre areas and it severs a single destination to shop for arts and crafts product as well as enjoy delicious dishes along with cultural activities conducted here. The Dilli Haat, is an open aircraft bazaar cum food plaza situated in Delhi and run by Delhi tourism and transportation development corporation (DTTDC).


Dilli Haat exhibits special handicrafts from all over India, which is rotated every 15 days. The craftsmen who wish to have a stall undergo procedures of booking a stall by registering with Development Commissioner for Handicrafts (or D.C. Handicraft) which then needs to be sanctioned. This ensures that the best handicrafts are at display. The D.C. Handicraft sees to it that unique crafts from various parts of India will be exhibited at Dilli Haat. In addition, the craftsmen do not have to pay hefty rents for the stall, as they are charged just Rs.100 for the 15 days, but they have to maintain high standard for their products. The craftsman usually sells the products at a reasonable price to the customers. Everyone benefits from this.



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