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Reviving India’s tradition

 MPost |  2015-03-31 21:13:55.0  |  New Delhi

Reviving India’s tradition

It’s the twenty first anniversary of Dilli Haat INA. New developments have been made to further enhance the charm of this beautiful place. It has been redefined to meet the essentials of an ever-growing popularity. Some of these changes have been made to facilitate fluid movements, provide appropriate hygiene and offer enhanced security.

A new toilet block with high standards of sanitation and hygiene has recently been constructed. This also corresponds to the latest Swachch Bharat Abhiyan initiative that successfully lifted the masses towards cause of cleanliness.


Jitender Singh Tomar, Minister of Law and Justice, Home, Tourism and Art and Culture, Govt. of Delhi along with  Alka Lamba, Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of Tourism, Govt. of Delhi, inaugurated the newly built toilet block, a new exhibition hall at Dilli Haat INA and a new ticket counter at the rear side of the complex.

Ramesh Tiwari, MD and CEO, Delhi Tourism and Ravi Dadhich, GM, Delhi Tourism, were also present at the occasion. The inauguration ceremony coincided with celebrations of the 21st Anniversary of Dilli Haat INA. The evening comes alive with a festive mood to mark a charming celebration as Dilli Haat INA turns twenty one.

Jitender Singh Tomar congratulated and lauded the efforts of Delhi Tourism and said that the other two Dilli Haats at Janakpuri and Pitampura should further be enhanced in vibrancy. More than already reinventing the Haat, while keeping its unique essence intact, developmental activities have geared up to enhance comforts and convenience at Dilli Haat INA.

With closely 3000 visitors flocking Dilli Haat INA each day, the popularity meter of the place has ever been soaring.

Spread over an area of 6.27 acres, Dilli Haat INA presents a picturesque traditional village atmosphere in contrast to the capital city of Delhi. Built on the storm water drain, it is one of the first ever bazaars promoting food, crafts, culture and talent.

The place is like an everyday carnival where people come from all walks of life making it an epitome of unity in diversity. Dilli Haat is a barrier free, eco-friendly and differently-abled friendly complex. There are around 166 craft stalls and 25 food stalls serving cuisine from various states of India
including Navdanya which is one of a kind popularising organic food..

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city life to experience peace and bountiful cultural offerings at Dilli Haat INA.

The venue is one of the most successful projects developed and run by Delhi Tourism and has become the signature destination for exploring authentic crafts, vibrant culture and traditional cuisines.

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