New Delhi, June 01, 2020: Keeping in mind the recent and unfortunate death of renowned Architect, Pradeep Sachdeva, Delhi Tourism pays its homage to reckon and reveres his genius as one of the foremost design practitioners in architecture for public spaces in the Nation.

A city as versatile as Delhi is replete with its unique set of locations, activities and quirks that capture the essence of the capital city. Delhi Tourism’s Dilli Haat INA, and Garden of Five Senses are two such locations that are an irreplaceable part of the Delhi experience. Both of which were designed by the extraordinary architect, Pradeep Sachdeva.

Dilli Haat INA, over the years, has established itself as one of the most loved urban leisure spaces among foreign & domestic tourists. His visionary design helped Delhi Tourism’s Dilli Haat win the PATA Gold Award in the year 1993. Awarded by the erstwhile President, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, with the National Award of first Barrier Free project in the year 2005, the Haat fascinated Prince Charles so much that he stretched his whistle-stop visit to an hour and a half -long fiesta during his visit in the year 2003 and desired to put up a similar Haat in London.

The Corporation even organized a Dilli Haat exposition at Trafalgar Square in London in association with Govt. of India, Ministry of Tourism in June 2005.

Late Ar. Pradeep Sachdeva’s ingenuity and vision have been vital in shaping the physical face of the Capital. Dilli Haat, Pitampura and Azad Hind Gram are other projects that are a part of his remarkable and extensive body of works.

While the brilliance of his vision and legacy continues to live on through his works, Delhi Tourism expresses and extends its heartfelt condolence to his family.