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Dilli Haat area is a structure that is a strong reminder of the architecture prevalent in northern parts of India with a strong brick wall and roofs made of stone.

The cloth materials that are woven on the hand operated looms are all housed in the central hall.  Tourists can visit the gift shop to buy souvenirs for loved ones back home.

The other outlets for each state that are just humble cottages or booths create a rustic ambience with their makeshift structures and thatched tops.

Slightly raised, set above the level ground are the stalls that serve as connections in the Dilli Haat. The empty spaces are laid out in stone and there is some greenery because of the grass there.

All through the structure, the place is full of greenery because of the blooming plants and this adds more color to the already beautiful place.

 
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