Dastkar Desert Crafts’ Bazaar 2015 (20 – 31 August, 2015) was recently held at Kisaan Haat,, off Chhattarpur Metro Station. The exhibition involved sale of handcrafted merchandise from the desert regions of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Additionally, there were makeshift stalls selling regional food as well as cultural performances in the open amphitheater.
Surajkund International Crafts Mela 2015 was an event that managed to pull craft enthusiasts as well as the general public. The festive mood of this fair can’t but uplift the spirit of the visitor.
India Art Fair is an annual art exhibition that brings together a variety of art work from India as well as other parts of the world. Given the proximity of the venue to Govindpuri Metro Station, and the parking woes, one may skip driving and opt for the metro.
Surajkund Crafts Fair 2015
Surajkund crafts fair is visited by lovers of arts and crafts from all over the world.The undulating topography of Surajkund adds to the charm of the event. The aesthetically done up fair ground – with various colourful canopies, festoons and other ornaments permeate the mind and uplift the spirit.
India Art Fair 2015
The canvas of India Art Fair has different strokes. traditional to contemporary, oil on canvas to LCDs, paintbrush to Photoshop, sculpture to installations, so on and so forth. The India Art Fair, for the last couple of years, brings to Delhi an esoteric presentation where various galleries from India and overseas flex their collection of art – in any form.
Kiran Nadar Museum of Art in Saket holds art exhibitions throughout the year. With no entry fee, this helps in building bridges between art masterpieces and the common man.
The Dilli Ke Pakwan festival has assembled various Delhi fast food at a single venue. The colourful ambience makes it a very suitable event for the season.