The Dillihaat, is an open aircraft bazaar cum food plazasituated in Delhiand run by Delhi tourism and transportation development corporation (DTTDC). There are two similar bazaars in Delhi, one is placed near the All India Institute of Medical Sciences on Sri AurobindoMarg that is opposite to INA Market on Sri AurbindoMarg and it was established in 1994.The second one that is DilliHaat,is situated in Pitampura location in North Delhi at the NetajiSubhashPlace and it was establishedin 2008.Dillihaat has mant stall of food that represent each and every state of India and it offers variety in taste and dishes that are available throughout India. The craft stall of the haat keep on changing every 15 days. The craftsmenregistered with D.C.Handicraft are only eligible to place their stalls in DilliHaat. In all 62 stalls for selling handicrafts are allotted on rotational basis to the craftsmen and they comprisefrom all over the state of India. The mere payment of INR.100/- is taken from the craftsmen for the period of 15 days to place their product in the stall.The tourist and visitors can get the product at the price that is not burdened with the maintenance cost. Since the DilliHaat is located at the heart of the India that is South Delhi attracts many international and national tourists and visitors throughout the year.
Delhi Haat, also called as DilliHatt is considered as brain child of the tourist developmentin Delhi by the Tourists Department of Delhi. It was established to encourage arts and crafts in India. You can enjoy shopping several ethnic and classy products as well as increase your taste buds by having several dishesand snacking in food plaza served at reasonable rates under single roof.
Dillihaatcovers a vast distance of 6 acre areas and it severs a single destination to shop for arts and crafts product as well as enjoy delicious dishes along with cultural activities conducted here. It also offers separate playing ground or place for children.You can enjoy two things in single roof- crafts market and food plaza here in DilliHaatand it is inspired by village look and feel. The food offered here is neatly and hygienically cooked. It also organizes and conducts regional food festival.The handicrafts offered here are commendable as it includes sandalwood and rosewood carvings, brass ware products, metal ware, jewelry made from gems, camel hide footwear etc.
The best time to visit the place is during evening time as the haat gets glittered with the lights, which increases the charm of the village and even you can enjoy the diversity that is offered inIndian culture.