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Dastakari Crafts Mela Brings Crafts, Folk Dances & Food At Dilli Haat!

By EatTreat
Posted on :
28 December 2017
Posted on :
28 December 2017

With colourful collection of art, crafts and cultural performances, the Dastakari Haat Crafts Mela is back and will be held at Dilli Haat in INA from the 1st of January. The mela will feature indigenous artisans and performers from all over the country. And the best part is, you can shop till you drop while enjoying some of the delicious food that the famous Dilli Haat stalls have to offer. The Dastakari Mela at Dilli Haat promises to be a burst of warmth and colour for a cold Delhi Winter.

1. Crafts From Around The Country Meet Food From Around The Country

The Dastakari Haat Crafts Mela will be held in January with the help of the Ministry Of Textiles. The festival will see arts and crafts, cultural performances and textiles from all the states of India. The event will also feature five talented craftsmen coming all the way from Israel. They will be collaborating with their Indian counterparts to create two works of design. These designs will be made under the supervision of two Indian designers and will be revealed to the public as well.

There is no better time of the year to explore Delhi, and its promenade paradise, Dilli Haat, than during the winters. It’s going to be decked up to its nines this January for the Dastakari Mela. While you move around shopping, you can enjoy some Rajasthani folk music, watch a performance of the Chau dance, or watch Bengali craftsmen making exquisite masks. You can take five, sit at the Nagaland stall in Delhi Haat, grab a plate of hot momos and take it all in at your own pace. So head to the Dastakari Mela to enjoy the awesomeness of the mela.

HEAD TO Dilli Haat, West Kidwai Nagar, Near INA Metro Station, New Delhi

DATE: 1st – 15th January

TIME: 11 AM to 9 PM

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*The above content was curated by EatTreat and was originally published here: Dastakari Crafts Mela Brings Crafts, Folk Dances & Food at Dilli Haat

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EatTreat is a platform for food media & entertainment, where a community of food lovers have come together to bond over their mutual love for wine and dine. 

Offering their readers and customers with information on ancient lost recipes and the best places to eat in the city. You can basically find everything that will feed your frenzy for gastronomy.

EatTreat is a platform for food media & entertainment, where a community of food lovers have come together to bond over their mutual love for wine and dine. 

Offering their readers and customers with information on ancient lost recipes and the best places to eat in the city. You can basically find everything that will feed your frenzy for gastronomy.