New Delhi, July 04, 2020: Offering the choicest respite for Delhiites and a much-needed remobilization for artisans and craftsmen, Delhi Tourism is opening the gates to all three of its Dilli Haats (INA, Janakpuri & Pitampura), Nature Bazaar, the Garden of Five Senses, Azad Hind Gram and GTB Memorial from 4th July 2020, in compliance with the safety measures set by the Government of India and Government of NCT of Delhi. Entry to all the mentioned properties will be free for the first 15 days in order to encourage footfall.

The following measures are being taken up at the Delhi Tourism Properties to ensure the safety of visitors and staff alike:

1. Mandatory wearing of masks by all

2. Social distancing among the visitors

3. Mandatory thermal screening for all

4. Daily Sanitization/ disinfection of the premises

5. Hand sanitization provision

Sh. Sanjay Goel, MD & CEO, DTTDC stated, “We have always been proud to be a conducive space for Indian heritage and creativity. Our properties have evolved as an integral part of the city, from offering the ecological and artistic richness of Garden of Five Senses, to offering the visitors a chance to take home pleasant experiences and handmade goods at the Haats that belong to perhaps the largest living art and craft tradition in the world. While people can again relish these spaces, we urge all visitors to strictly adhere to the safety measures and protocols the Government has set.”

Offering a kaleidoscope of craftspeople and a glimpse of the varying traditions in the cultural life of India through regional cuisines and cultural events, Dilli Haats over the years have established themselves as one of the most loved urban leisure spaces among foreign & domestic tourists. Combined with Nature Bazaar, they are a testimony to the fact that many traditional craft skills have survived and have evolved new parameters of aesthetic and commercial value.