The city is home to open-air concerts to contemporary art exhibitions to theatre festivals and literary talks. The cultural centre is lively throughout the year and the city is vibrant during the winter months. We live in a capital city where cultural centres from all over the world are present. With free film screenings, language courses, theatre programmes, art exhibitions, libraries, and cuisines on offer, you really don’t need to travel too far to experience a new country.
Are you culturally inclined? These are the best place to be at.
Dilli Haat Pitampura is a cultural landmark of the city which beautifully reflects ethnicity and modernity. A hangout zone – Dilli Haat organises many events and is also an ideal place for shopping destination reflecting pieces of art and craft, handicrafts, the uniqueness, style. Dilli Haat is an entertaining landmark for North West Delhi crowds.
Sanskriti Kendra, established in 1979, is an expensive complex with the aim of preserving indigenous heritage and craftsmanship. Spread across eight acres in India’s traditional arts and crafts. This complex has centre houses three museums, along with artist studios, a ceramic centre, an enamel centre, an amphitheatre, a library and workshop areas. It is located near Qutub Minar in the outskirts of Delhi. It is surrounded by green laws, trees and ponds and makes as a pleasant escape from the city. It was established in 1979 by the Sanskriti Foundation. The three museums are the Museum of Everyday Art, Museum of Indian Terracotta and Textile Museum.
Central Park is located at the heart of Delhi’s historic Connaught Place market. It is a beautiful green space spread across 41,500 sq m. The park was redeveloped and reopened; encloses four water bodies, fountains, and paved pathways for walking. It is a house to one of the India’s largest flags and is used as a cultural event and musical performances.