Venue: The Blind Relief Association,
Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Near The Oberoi Hotel,
Dates: 2 – 8 November 2015
Timing: 10:30 am to 8:00 pm
The Diwali Bazar organised at Blind School is back loaded with the clothes, accessories, home décor items and food stalls. Like every year, the designers of Delhi and surrounding regions have assembled with their fare ranging from saris and other clothings, mostly for women and children; traditional to modern paintings; wall accessories; light furniture; diyas to electric lamps; table ware; home made pickles and chocolates etc.
The food zone is a bit frustrating. At Rs.100 for a plate of 4 golgappas, the stuff is unreasonably overpriced.
Overall, we reiterate, the food scene here is a disappointment. The Blind Relief Association has a small canteen close to one of the gates. Decent tea / coffee and soft drinks and simple snacks such as sandwiches, samosas etc. are available here at reasonable prices.
The good news is that the parking scene is much better. Cars may be parked at Sunheri Bag, off Lodhi Road, that is walkable from the fair venue. They also have shuttles from here to ferry visitors to and fro.