It is impossible to bring all varieties of Indian textiles and crafts under a single roof. But, after our round, we felt Dastkari has done a good job in capturing many types of craft products. We found all sorts of clothes – sarees, scarfs and dresses for women; kurtas, jackets, and shawls for men; kidswear; winter wear; fabrics for clothes and upholstery; traditional artifacts made from a host of mostly natural material; light furniture; household stuff like laundry baskets, traditional lamps - table as well as stand lamps; packaged food – the list is endless. Plus, the crafts festival started on January 1 and will run until January 15. We wish it could be at least a month long though!
Shop For Clothes, Fabrics & Decor At Dastkari Haat Crafts Fair In Dilli Haat
What Is It?
Why Should I Go?
Don't miss out on the cultural performances at the amphitheatre and crafts workshops.
Who Is It For?
For anyone interested in crafts.
Also, the front side of Dilli Haat is messy because of the ongoing metro construction. Make sure to park your vehicles at the back gate.
- Nearest Metro Station: INA