Pitampura Dilli Haat - Another Village-Market of Delhi, INDIA

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele...

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. 

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.

Dilli Haat at Pitampura is one of the places for shopping but not as popular as other Dilli Haat at INA. Some time back we visited Pitampura Dilli Haat, which is near to Netaji Subhash Metro Station. From Metro stop, there is hardly 10 minutes walk to Dilli Haat. Dilli-Haat is not just a market place, but it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture and a forum where rural life & folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele. There is an entry ticket at this Dilli Haat as well, but I think it was less than what we pay at INA. Market inside Pitampura Dilli-Haat is not as glamorous as we have near INA Market. Although it was weekend but there were very few people around this place.As we say - First Impression is last Impression, I was not hopeful about this Dilli Haat anymore. After entering into the first shop, I asked about their business scenario and most of them were very positive about it, although we failed to notice the evidence...There are some shops offering decorative stuff for homes, ethnic cloths, sculptures, art-pieces, Artificial Jewellery etc... Overall it's a colorful market, but many shops in this complex are empty, while many stalls in INA are installed outside concrete shops. The landscaping of the area incorporates colorful flowering and trees...Dilli Haat at Pitampura is well planned and beautifully built. It looks amazing during evening when all lights are ON. Metro-train gives best view of this Dilli Haat in Pitampura region !!!Stuff available in these markets is usually different and something which is unique in their own style. Various regional specialties are available in these markets. At times things are bit costly, but worth buying.Stall number 34 to 47 are on left :)Colors of this market are different from other markets in Delhi and of-course good space around this market, which is hard to find in other markets like Karol-Bag, Sarojani, Chandni Chowk etc...Somehow this shop had most of the customers and sale was decent !!Since market is comparatively less crowded and huge space around the shops, young couples like this place.Empty shops at Pitampura Dilli Haat !!! There were lot more other shops which were not occupied...There is a huge area which is normally used for various functions and government activities. Delhi Tourism was organizing something something on that day. There was something in evening and seemed like some musical performances, as some of the folks were practicing with appropriate sound level on different mics.There is a specific area dedicated for food court. Variety of snacks are available and probably food shops had more sale than other shops selling cloths & decorative stuff etc.Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

Ticket Counter of Pitampura Dilli Haat !!!

More details about Dilli Haat can be found at http://delhitourism.nic.in/delhitourism/tourist_place/dilli_haat.jsp

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