New Delhi: Dilli Haat INA, the cultural hub of Delhi is to get a makeover as Delhi's Deputy CM Manish Sisodia approved a proposed design for the modification on Thursday. After the redevelopment work, INA will have a completely new and unique aesthetic attracting thousands of tourists over the coming years. The designs for INA's modification emphasise on the use of natural sustainable raw materials, such as to revamp all existing stalls with bamboo roofing. The food court of Dilli Haat will be upgraded and a luxurious indoor dining area will be created. As per the plans, the modification work shall be complete within the next 5 to 6 months.
In this regard, Manish Sisodia shared that the Dilli Haat located at INA is a unique cultural hub and reflects the diverse, dynamic culture of India. It is also a centre of tourism in Delhi and tourists coming to Delhi always ensure that they visit Dilli Haat. This hub gives people an opportunity to witness and partake in the culture of different states of India. The Delhi government will modify Dilli Haat with these considerations in mind, so as to preserve its cultural value, so that it can be given a new look and attract thousands of tourists over the coming years.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that the transformation of Dilli Haat shall greatly enhance the visual appeal and experience of the hub for the tourists that come here. He shared that the modification has several elements as a part of the plan, such as the replacement of the existing flooring, curb stones and slate stones. The benches present at various spots within the premises for tourists will also be upgraded.
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia also said that keeping the environment in mind, natural raw material shall be used during the modification. The walls will be redeveloped using stone nets. Modern art will be used to decorate the entire Haat all the way up to the entrance. The existing stalls will be given a facelift using roofs made of bamboo. The food court of Dilli Haat will be upgraded, a luxurious indoor dining area will be constructed, and the premises will also be illuminated with modern LED lights. Furthermore, various selfie points shall be made here so that visiting tourists can collect and take the best memories of this place with them. The work is slated to be complete within the next 5 to 6 months.