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Fun, another day

Fun, another day
Diwali is over, but it doesn't mean you should stop the festivities. Dilli Haat Utsav, the signature festival of Delhi Tourism is back with its sixth weekend for a post-festive cultural dose. This series of cultural events that started on 13 September,  under the banner of Dilli Haat Utsav, are scheduled to continue till 31 March, 2015.

Different institutions under Department of Art, Culture and Languages, like Punjabi Academy, Hindi Academy, Sanskrit Academy, Sahitya Kala Parishad etc. are showcasing their unique creations through artistic expression of dance and music.

With a first of its kind unique initiative, Dilli Haat Utsav has given an organised platform to different artistes for presenting their talent and gathering accolades. In the past weekends, Dilli Haat Utsav has attracted large number of people to their nearest Dilli Haat to witness the action unfold and this weekend is also packed with exquisitely colourful and vibrant presentations.

The celebrations never end at Dilli Haats. Under the Delhi Haat Utsav, Dilli Haat Janak Puri and Urdu Academy will present a special gazal presentation by Fareed Ahmed Khan on Saturday and Javed Khan on Sunday.

The INA Dilli Haat on the other hand, is all set with a live music band performance comprising gazals, utsav sangeet and sufiana music by Sakha Creation on Saturday. This will be in association with Hindi Academy. Himalya Art will be showcasing the cultural diversity of India through instrumental music, singing and diverse folk dance performances on Sunday.

At the Dilli Haat Pitampura,  artistes  from the Sahitya Kala Parishad will captivate the audience with their craft. Jai Mala Group and Veena Vyas will be performing folk dance on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

Besides this, the visitors will have food from numerous diverse Indian cuisines on their platter.
The handloom and handicraft stalls at all Dilli Haats exalt authentic goods, which reaches the buyer directly, bypassing the middlemen nexus.
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