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10:00 am - 10:00 pm (all days open)
Dilli Haat (opposite INA Market), Sri Aurobindo Marg A Unit of Delhi Tourism
Dilli Haat, INA Market is accessed through INA underground station of Delhi Metro, which opened in 2010.
It is situated on Ring Road Near AIIMS. From NDLS Rly station you can reach by Delhi Metro. From Delhi Airport You can Reach
by bus crossing AIIMS.
Dilli Haat INA is open to public, 10.30 am to 10.00 pm., seven days a week, at a nominal entrance fee, Rs.20(Adult), and Rs.10
MAP SHOWING DILLI HAAT, INA
PLAN OF DILLI HAAT, INA HIGHLIGHTING VARIOUS ZONES
• Located on Aurobindo Marg, opposite to the bustling INA market, DILLI HAAT is a joint
collaboration between the New Delhi Municipal Corporation and the Delhi Tourism and
• Dilli Haat was set up to promote the Indian handicrafts industry and cuisine. Spread
across 6 acres of land, this bazaar showcases a variety of stalls selling handicraft items.
• With more than 60 stalls in the bazaar, craftsmen from all over India come here to
showcase their products.
• The stalls are allotted to the craftsmen for 15 days and is then rotated so that other
sellers get an opportunity to exhibit and sell their products.
• And for the foodies, Dilli Haat has a food plaza where you can get to taste the culinary
delights from the different parts of India.
• A vacant land near the metro station on S V Road is all set to turn into a permanent
village fair selling interesting facets of rural Karnataka, that includes art works,
handicrafts and food along the lines of Dilli Haat.
• The other outlets for each state that are just humble cottages or booths create a rustic
ambience with their makeshift structures and thatched tops.
The place is full of greenery with the
blooming plants and this adds more
color to the already beautiful place.
Strong reminder of the architecture
prevalent in northern parts of India
Ramps provided for physically
Visitors get to buy authentic wares at prices
that have not been inflated by high costs
Humble cottages or booths create a rustic
ambience with their makeshift structures
and thatched tops.
DILLI HAAT TOURISM
•The Dilli haat Tourism provides the craftsmen who are registered with the D.C.Handicrafts to place their things in
•There are 62 in all stalls that are allotted to the craftsmen from different part of India on 15 days rotational basis,
so that each and every craftsman gets opportunity to place their things and products for sale.
•They have to pay a mere amount of INR 100/- for a period of 15 days. This methodology ensures that the visitors
can buy the things at the prices that are not inflated by the high cost of maintenance.
•The visitors can also enjoy the authentic dishes served from different regions of India under single roof. The food
plaza in the Dilli haat offers the multi cuisine like momos of Sikkim, Kahwa & Kebabs of Jammu, Bamboos hot
chicken of Nagaland, Pooranpoli of Maharashtra and Dhokla of Gujarat.
•There are 25 different stalls that offer dishes representing different regions of India and they are served in a Eco
KEY PLAN OF DILLI HAAT
TREES MAINLY FOUND
LANDSCAPED AREA ENTRY
•PARKING FOR 45 CARS
•20 TWO WHEELERS
• Present near the entrance.
• A total of six counters.
• Provision of ramps for ease of access of the physically handicapped.
• Span of each counter : 1.5 meters
• Height of counter : 1 meter
• Height of shade : 2 meters
• Floor height : 2.5 meters
• Nominal entry fee.
PLAN OF DILLI HAAT, INA HIGHLIGHTING TICKET COUNTER
A PHOTOGRAPH OF THE TICKET COUNTER, DILLI HAAT, INA
• The architecture has been done in a traditional North-Indian style.
• The walls follow the concept of exposed brickwork.
• Arched counter windows are present.
• Traditional simple lattice work is present on the roof.
• The simple structure of the ticket counter gives it the feel of a village
atmosphere, which is the theme of the whole design of Dilli Haat.
DIFFERENT PAVEMENTS PATTERNS WERE SEEN AT DILLI HAAT
TO DEFINE THE MOVEMENT FOR PEDESTRIANS INSIDE AND
OUTSIDE THE DILLI HAAT.MOVEMENT WERE HIGHLIGHTED BY
DIFFERENTIATING TWO MATERIALS.DELHI QUARTZ AND RED
SANDSTONE STONE WERE USED AS PAVERS TO DESCRIBE THE
BRICK PAVERS AND STONE WERE USED TO DIFFERNTIATE
THE MOVEMENT PATTERN OF VISITORS.