New Delhi: Delhi got its third 'Dilli Haat' today at Janakpuri which is said to be more spacious than the other two at INA and Pitampura.
The new Dilli Haat, spread across 9.8 acres, was inaugurated by BJP MP Parvesh Sahib Singh, a release from Delhi Tourism said.
The Dilli Haat at Janakpuri has been developed by Delhi Tourism at a cost of Rs. 120 crore and has a provision for over 200 stalls, platforms and shops showcasing ethnic products exclusive to India.
It will also have around 30 food stalls which will provide both Indian as well as world cuisine, the release said.
Apart from the stalls, the new Dilli Haat has an exposition hall for holding exhibitions, seminars, etc, an air conditioned auditorium with a seating capacity of 800 seats as well as an amphitheatre.
The new Dilli Haat has been developed with a number of eco-friendly features and is fully disabled-friendly, the release said.
It also has a large basement as well as surface parking area that would remain open from 11 am to 10 pm.