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.
A literally hidden treasure is this quaint crafts store located in the subway. Given its unusual nick knacks If you are visiting Rajiv Gandhi Handicrafts Bhawan, Nomadic Haat is worth a peek.
Khadi Mela at Dilli Haat. The offerings include clothes, food items, house hold goods, toiletries, perfumery
Pre Diwali fair organized by Dastkaar displaying, lamps, candles, diyas, Indian clothes, bags, ornaments, plants, pots etc.
The newly opened Dilli Haat at Janakpuri is resulting in to traffic nightmares in that area but this is indeed worth a dekko. It has a stone bamboo facade and the architecture is unique. The stalls are like round cells, somewhat like honeycomb, with designer iron grill gates, that double up as mounts for the […]
Venue: Anandagram, Mehrauli Gurgaon Road We report here another hidden treasure of Delhi. Sanskriti Foundation houses a crafts museum, Anandagram on Mehrauli Gurgaon Road, close to Arjangarh Metro Station. Spread over a sprawling green landscape, the mud coloured buildings evoke an instant awe. The display galleries are towards the left and, within a few minutes, […]
Venue: Surajkund, Faridabad Surajkund in Haryana is a reservoir built in 10th century. Every year from February 1–15, a colorful traditional craft festival of India is held in the vicinity of Surajkund. This fair was first started in 1987 and 2014 was the twenty-eighth unbroken event. Traditional craftsman (artists, painters, weavers and sculptors) from all […]
Venue: Dilli Haat From the heavy traffic trying to make its way to Dilli Haat, one knows that it is time for Delhi to get crafty again as the Dastkar Mela is being held here. Dastkar Mela represents a wide range of crafts, traditions and styles with special emphasis on bringing traditional crafts to the […]
South Asian Bazaar at Kisan Haat, Chattarpur saw exhibition and sale of crafts from Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Dastkaar, with their bright orange theme stalls and colourful festoons had transformed the barren brick structure on a dry and dusty hillock to a celebration of life in India.