Head To Dilli Haat In Janakpuri For Clay Vases, Gujarati Bags & More

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 Dilli Haat in Janakpuri has beautiful planters, amazing kulfis and kids activities for the perfect family time. Yes, we did miss the INA version, but were just happy to find a place that was not a mall; Team mela all the way!

What Makes It Awesome

While it’s amazing to stroll around the green spaces holding a slice of pizza, we need an aircon on our head for most part of the year. Dilli Haat has been considerate enough to offer us a covered food court that has lots of tikkas, Punjabi grub and kulfis that also come in masala jamun–type flavours.

Coming to the shopping bit, they've got jholas with sparkly mirrors, embroidery and patchwork hang invitingly on most stalls (starting at INR 200). Lamps and home décor from stall no 12, Sunaina’s kurtas, phulkari and khadi dupattas (give her a call on +91 8860612899) at Stall no. 96 and colourful clay pots, lawn knick knacks and diyas right outside the food court (nicely huddled under a robust tree) are some of our other favourites. 

What do you do if you have to babysit your nephew or have children accompanying you? Here, there are rides and a full-fledged adventure zone where they can climb bridges, tyres or ladders, pretend to be Mowglis (no, really), or even test their muscle against a commando net.

What Could Be Better

If an insane variety is what you want, we feel that its counterpart Dilli Haat INA is a better option. 


Lover of lamps, wine & boho dresses, Rene is living her best life in Goa. Mention a cool gig or a hipster cafe & you'll instantly have her attention.