The second “Hunar Haat” is being held from 11th to 26th February, 2017 at State Emporia Complex, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Connaught Place. It is a confluence of traditional handicrafts and food from various parts of India. It is on till this weekend and is absolutely worth a visit.
From date and time for Surajkund Mela to where to buy online tickets for Surajkund Mela 2017, we have covered everything you need to know about the biggest crafts fair of India. Surjkund Crafts Fair 2017 is going to be a colorful extravaganza of India’s rich tradition in handicraft, dance, art, music and food. Read on for details…
The richness of traditional Indian handicrafts never ceases to amaze us. One such instance is Phulkari embroidery of Punjab. Women in the villages of this region are the practitioners of this craft. The happy designs of Phulkari are an expression of joie de vivre of life.
Chinese lights are posing stiff competition to the consumable sector including Diwali lights. Many in Delhi decided to shun Chinese made lights this Diwali and reverted to clay diyas. However various organisations are manufacturing electric Diwali lights. Happy Diwali – Indian style.
Ashtami/Navami kanya pujan is commonly known as Kanjak festival in north India. Are you sick of gifting china made plastic molded lunch boxes, pencil boxes and hair clips as Kanjak gifts. Try something different this time. Here’s a list of five cute gift items that you can buy under Rs 100/-.
Surajkund International Crafts Mela 2016 – An event that manages to pull craft enthusiasts, shutterbugs, foodies, foreigners as well as the general public. The aesthetically done up fair ground – with various colourful canopies, festoons and other ornaments that are installed during the fair, can not but permeate the mind and uplift the spirit.
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.