Dilli Haat Delhi
FEATURED ADV
Home > Architecture of Dilli Haat Pitampura

Architecture of Dilli Haat Pitampura

The Delhi Tourism and Transport Development Corporation (DTTDC) have developed the Dilli Haat in the national capital city of Delhi. Is foundation stone was led by former chief minister of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit. Its construction was second in line to such constructions after one at the INA’s Dilli Haat. The approximate cost got its construction was Rs. 23 crores that sought attention of many. The opening of this cultural center was awaited and finally its gates were formally opened for the public only recently whereas Delhi Tourism had indeed begun to organize numerous types of cultural activities so that it could become popular even before it was organized. Some of the recent cultural programs and shows held here included Teej and Baisakhi celebration functions, informed an official of the Delhi Haat before its formal inauguration.

To ensure that this project turns into a visitor-friendly and eco-friendly place too much effort has been done by the management. Steps have been taken through providing both sides entry so that pedestrian-vehicular conflicts could be easily avoided at Netaji Subhash Place Metro station as well as Ring Road no.41 area to ensure smooth traffic movement. Besides these initiatives, construction of foot-over Bridge on the Road No. 41 has further eased pedestrian traffic. The 8000sqm basement parking space in the INA Dilli Haat literally resolves the parking chaos where there remains best facility for 210 two wheelers and 232 cars to park easily.

Besides food courts & crafts shops, Dilli Haat also seeks the attention of people with unique feature of other unusual shops like those of spice market, art galleries and sculpture court that has already turned Pitampura Dilli Haat an exciting place. The arrangements here include organizing the crafts exhibition to cultural festivals besides ensuring that all craftsmen are well accommodated. A double storey dormitory with 96 beds has been constructed to ease for the craftsmen to find best of the accommodation they seek.

 
BROWSE

Bookmark and Share