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Delhi Tourism celebrating Teej Festival at its three Dilli Haats


Dilli Haat INA, 10-14 August , 2018
Dilli Haat, Pitampura, 11-15 August, 2018
Dilli Haat, Janakpuri, 12-15 August, 2018

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New Delhi: The monsoon season is a festive celebration of the spirit of strong family ties and happiness. Keeping the festive spirits high and with an aim to promote the feeling of communal harmony within the hearts of local masses, Delhi Tourism is back with its Teej Festival at all its three Dilli Haats.
Teej is celebrated by women in the North Indian region, especially Rajasthan. Women come out to celebrate the auspicious season of monsoon, by singing songs, buying new jewellery, rejoicing on swings etc. It is also auspicious to apply Mehandi during the festival.
In sync with the festivities the three Dilli Haats at INA, Pitampura and Janakpuri have been decorated to put forth the best of this season. The long festive extravaganza will have stalls adorned by artificial jewellery, handicrafts & handloom products. Unique delicacies like Ghevar, Rajasthani thalis alongside savoury treats from across Delhi will be available. Teej Bazaar, the highlight of the festival is a one of a kind flee market that offers a variety of colorful Rakhis and traditional decorative items. Mehandi artists, bangle and jewellery stalls form a vital part of this tradition and will be showcased during the Utsav.
Cultural performances in association with Sahitya Kala Academy, Rajasthan Tourism etc. have been scheduled during the evening hours of the festival. The evening will showcase enthralling performances by Folk Artists, the ceremonial Rajasthani dance and traditional arts for the entertainment of the visitors. While parents indulge in the festivities, kids will be able to enjoy at the joy rides available at the venue.


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