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Dilli Haat

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Dilli Haat is a government imitative to provide a unique platform for artisans, to come and sell their wares. The entire set up gives the feel of a traditional weekly village market. That’s why this is called a haat. You will find various cultural performances including regional folk dances and multiple Indian cuisine restaurants here. In your Delhi Sightseeing itinerary you should include this tourist attraction also.

Dilli Haat Timings:

10:30am to 10pm


  • Opposite INA Metro Station is in southern part of Delhi. Metro lines connected are Yellow Line and Pink Line.
  • Near Netaji Subhash Place is in northern part of Delhi. Metro lines connecting is Red Line at Pitampura.
  • At Janakpuri is in western part of Delhi. Metro lines connecting here are Janakpuri West Metro Station on Blue Line and Magenta Line.

Attractions at Dilli Haat:

  • Handicraft Stalls
  • Permanent Shops
  • Food Courts
  • Spice Market
  • Art Gallery
  • Sculpture Display

Shopping at Dilli Haat:

  • Bags
  • Cushion Covers
  • Embroidered and Woven Fabrics
  • Wood Carvings
  • Shoes
  • Saris
  • Ethnic Wear
  • Paintings
  • Leather Items
  • Jewelry
  • Carpets and Rugs

Festivals and Events at Dilli Haat:

  • Great Indian Food Festival in January
  • Baisakhi Festival in April
  • Summer Festival in June
  • International Mango Festival in July
  • Teej Festival in August.

You may explore the capital by Delhi Darshan Bus Tour

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