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Delhi’s classical foot forward!

Weekends in Delhi are more than just enjoying a good family time. The city has become a stage, as delightful performances by different cultural institutions at all three Dilli Haats are the highlight of everyone's weekend. Delhi Tourism in collaboration with Department of Art, Culture and Languages, has been organising Dilli Haat Utsav, a unique festival to light up the cultural ambiance of Delhi.

This festival is marked by diverse cultural programs and institutions like Sahitya Kala Parishad, Hindi Academy, Urdu Academy, and Sanskrit Academy etc. are showcasing musical evenings, Kavi Sammelan, Mushaira and dance presentations. Artistes from around the city gave an exclusive platform to perform and unveil their talent. Performers of Himalaya Arts from Hindi Academy presented a cultural programme on saturday at Dilli Haat INA, while Janak Puri witnessed Sanskritik Geet - Sangeet by Mani Kumar Jha and Group from Sanskrit Academy.

The performers at Dilli Haat Janak Puri started with Vande Mataram and continued with 7-8 melodies including bhajans, sufi sangeet and other patriotic songs. They work as teachers at DAV school and have been performing at platforms alike from the past 8-10 years. The cultural evening at Dilli Haat Janak Puri was attended by Dharmendra Kumar, Secretary, Sanskrit Academy. Performances at both venues drew people in large numbers and captivated them for an animated evening.

Delicious and delectable food items from various cuisines in the country were also be served with as much love. An elaborate presentation and sale of handicraft and handlooms items accompanied to satisfy the shopping appetite.
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