Great place to buy souvenirs and handicrafts. Vibrant and colourful shopping place.A must visit when in Delhi! You can find many fast food shops here too!
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A apt place to see the cultural heritage of india , normally theme based for a month , u can get handicrafts , dresses and foods of that region . In my last visit the theme was Kashmir , so tasted the delicious gostaba (...More
There are lot of street markets in Delhi, but Delhi Haat holds its own fort. Such an amazing array of colours and crafts and food all in one place. Easily accessible to all, as it is right opposite the metro station. All kinds of crafts...More
Delhi Haat is located opposite to INA market in New Delhi. It is very close from INA metro station. The visit to the haat provides glimpse of all cultures prevailing in various states all at one place. There are Shops for all the ethnic wear,...More
Spent a fascinating 4 to 5 hours at the Delhi Haat a week ago. Very useful for me as it had wheelchair access throughout. Lovely range of sarees, silk rugs, REAL Kashmir shawls, beautiful silver jewelry and authentic Indian food. Thoroughly enjoyed my day. The...More
Delhi Haat is centraly located shopping place where items of different cultures from different states are avilable through out the year. Good to shop with reasonable rates.
Delhi haat one such place if you want to taste different regional food of india. There are variety of restaurant offering punjabi, bengali, tamil food etc. You can buy the traditional stuff from this place as there are multiple shops offering variety of things. If...More
I am an often visitor for this place. The place is nicely maintained. A good place to spend the entire day. As there are several restaurants serving different cuisine food. Must visit for foodies. Lot of shops to purchase stuff like khaadi kurtas, mojadies, other...More
We purchased over $3,000 worth of items. 3 of the 4 items we had shipped as they were too large for the plane. They packed a 20 pound Buddha statue on top of a delicate wooden bowl with nothing in between to make sure the...More