Festivities are in the air, with the seventh weekend of Dilli Haat Utsav geared up. The flagship tourism promotion festival of Delhi Tourism in collaboration with Department of Art, Culture and Languages, has successfully reached its 7th weekend. Dilli Haat Utsav began on 13 September and is scheduled to continue in the same spirit 31 March.
Lively evenings full of fun, frolic and entertainment are being offered with an exclusive journey to cultural territories. Artists from institutions like Hindi Academy, Punjabi Academy, Sahitya Kala Parishad etc are showcasing their talent at Dilli Haats every weekend. This series of festival is marked by unique music and dance performances.
This weekend's schedule focuses on artistic diversity of the country, and promises a cocktail of different and unique cultures of India. Artists from every nook and corner of the city have been invited to present their talent and captivate the audience with a joyful evening full of divergent artistic expressions.
Dilli Haats are now coming out as the new cultural joints in Delhi. Festivities and celebrations rarely end here. Local as well as international tourists are offered a lively and active hangout offering window to whole of India.
Also new and seasoned artists have been given an organised platform to perform. Dilli Haat Utsav offers them a systematic space to gather fans and make a name for themselves. The initiative aims to strengthen options for cultural delights in the city.
People are offered with an alternative arena for spending time and discovering India's crafts, culture and cuisine.
Dilli Haats offers food from diverse Indian cuisines under one roof and at economical prices. Take a nibble from Manipur, taste Punjab and head Mumbai for some Vada Pao.
Dilli Haats' huge footfall has also contributed in increasing sales of handicraft and handloom artists. Craftsmen from around the country have put up stalls to directly link with buyers and sell their product without the involvement of any middlemen.
Where : Dilli Haat (INA, Pitampura, Janakpuri) When: 1 and 2 November