Delhi got its third Dilli Haat on Sunday at Janakpuri. Spread over 9.8 acres, the Jankapuri Delhi Haat, which will host art exhibitions and stalls from craftsmen from all over the country, is bigger than the existing two Dilli Haats at INA and Pitampura. It has been developed by the Delhi Tourism at a cost of Rs.120 crore.
On Sunday, the Haat was inaugurated by Parvesh Sahib Singh, Member of Parliament from West Delhi. “This new venue will be showcasing the country’s craft and cultural tradition and will be an open air shopper’s paradise, which will be a one-stop destination for art, craft, and music and food lovers,” said Mr. Singh. He was accompanied by Member of Legislative Assembly Jagdish Mukhi, Councillor Rajni Mamtani, and Delhi Government Secretary (Tourism) Rinku Dhugga.
Dr. Mukhi said Janakpuri Dilli Haat is one of the finest complexes in West Delhi and will be known as a cultural hub of the city shortly.
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