New Delhi, 30 November, 2017 The pleasant weather of Delhi became much more enjoyable with the Aadi Mahotsav, a celebration of the spirit of Tribal Culture, Craft, Cuisine and Commerce at Dilli Haat. The fair is being organized by The Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India Limited (TRIFED). Hordes of Delhiites are flocking to this 15 day extravaganza.
The exquisite craftsmanship of tribal artisans includes beautiful sarees, dress materials, jewellery, bamboo and cane products, paintings and hundreds of other items. Almost 800 artisans and artists from 27 States are participating in the Mahotsav and selling their products and displaying their crafts and skill through more than 200 stalls set up for them.
Stage programs based on tribal dances and folk songs, conducted daily, are a great attraction and warm up the cold Delhi evenings.
85 tribal chefs from 25 states are showcasing their culinary skills through tribal delicacies like Banjara Biriyani from Telangana, Khodiya Roti with Chicken from Odisha.
There is a blend of vegetarian and non-vegetarian preparations from the North East, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Gujarat and other States. The people of Delhi are greatly relishing them.
The beautiful setting of Dilli Haat adds to the colour of the tribal festivities. This enriching experience comes to an end today.