Dilli Hatt is among Delhi’s largest tourist attractions, and prides itself on accommodating over 600 individuals nearly every day and promoting Indian craftsmen and artists – during a normal year.
The ongoing pandemic has had a disastrous effect on the market. Dilli Hatt re-opened for customers on the July 4 after the Delhi government has issued certain guidelines under which the market is allowed to function.
With the pace of things in the city picking up again despite the rising number of cases, we decided to venture out and take a look at Dilli Haat in a bid to visually glean whether the pandemic managed to rob the beloved spot of its charm.
Verda Subzwari is a journalism student at AJK Mass Communication and Research Center, Jamia Millia Islamia and Anusuya Chakraborty has majored in English from the same university.
All images have been provided by the authors.