Dastkar Nature Bazaar, Delhi

punjabi jutis

Mr. Husband and I spent the later half of the day at Dastkar Nature Bazaar today. Dastkar is a society for crafts and craftspeople. It’s an NGO that aims at promoting traditional crafts. If you have been to Dilli Haat, you’d find Dastkar Bazaar something similar to that but, I’d say, better. Craftsmen from across the country participate in the bazaar and present so many beautiful crafts with them for people to enjoy. The place is a treat for the eyes- from the gorgeous textiles to colorful pottery to stunning jutis and to a lot of home decor stuff. It just makes you feel proud of the immense talent that our country carries.

Sadly we went on the second last day, and a whole lot of stuff was already sold out. I did a bit of shopping, which I’d share with you in coming days. Mr. Husband had fun capturing the beauty of the place. 9th November is the last day of the Nature’s Bazaar. You may check the details on their Facebook page HERE

Enjoy the pics. All clicked by Sanjeev. 🙂

dastkar bazaar delhi

dastkar delhi

happy faces

Tila kulfi : P

dastkar textiles


The adorable little girl in abaya : )
elephant poo stuff


Little birdies – Peck!


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36 Responses to Dastkar Nature Bazaar, Delhi

  1. Kat says:

    Beautiful pictures.

  2. poulami says:

    the pictures are so beautifully clicked!!

  3. Paddy says:

    Beautifully captured…lovely clicks! 🙂

  4. Very beautifully captured pictures and now I want to go to this bazaar…..:-(
    The little girl truely was adorable.
    Kulfi….mujhe be..

    Looking forward to see your shopping.

  5. jomol says:

    Amazing pics Sanjeevjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii …..aapke charan kiddhar hai 😛

  6. Preeti (kavya- We the Patel) says:

    Wow….. i wish i could be there….. Nice pic… really gr8 Click… can’t wait to see what u have bought… hey i like that cute littel girl…. so sweet… <3

  7. jomol says:

    Sanjeevji amazing fotusssssss……you have captured everything so beautifully 🙂

  8. Naina says:

    what are the those white, blue and orange things ????? Dupattas ??? Theyyy are soooo pretttyyyyyyy 🙁 I want them , whatever they are 🙁 🙁
    Ab main sad ho gaya :'(

    • Rati says:

      awww!!! They hold this bazaar in banagalore as well. those are the dupattas. there were so many gorgeous textiles to pick from naina, you would have gone mad.!! I think they’d be holding the bazaar son again. would let you know. mwwwaahh!!

  9. Shami says:

    Awesome pics sanjeev ji, super clicks 🙂
    wish to take one thing from each pic 😛

  10. Madhu says:

    Amazing clicks and the bazaar must have been so colorfull 🙂 Awww..i miss such places 🙁 Sad chennai doesn have such bazaars…i loved those dupattas in red blue and white…. I want I want everything :(I am already imagining all possible ways I would love to style it up !!!…..Waiting to see what all u picked up Rati 🙂

  11. sweta says:

    lovely pics Rati & great captures Sanjeev ji
    I miss such places so much… in childhood we used to go for such craft meals it used to be so much fun…
    I wish I was in Delhi….. or they should do one in Bangalore soon 🙂

  12. Rama says:

    beaaauuutiful pix sanjeev ji..

  13. Ramneek says:

    this is awssmmmmm <3
    luv dilli haat 🙂

  14. Dipika says:

    same crafts bazaar have been organised here in Vadodara(Gujarat) also.The all crafts are amazing including flower Vase & pots for floating candles & flowers in here’s bazaar…

  15. sandhya says:

    Omg this is a riot of colors!!!!!!! Sanjeev must have had the same visual treat while clicking these that we have when watching these!!!!!!!!! Such bazaars dont coem that often in chennai, but i used to have a lot these in pondicherry m home town! They are really very bright and cheerful! And i loooooooove those painted bottles, they are sucha versatile decor!!!!!!!!

  16. priya says:

    Wow! Just love such bazaars. Sadly I came back from Delhi last night. I wish i knew about it while i was there:(

  17. Tara says:

    Loved the piccies…..missed it this time, will plan for next!

  18. Ritu R says:

    awesome clicks Sanjeev ji!
    I love going to such places:)

  19. Neha says:

    This is best place for Sanjeev ji and the beloved camera! made for each other trio
    Thoroughly enjoyed the pics!
    Left craving more!

  20. Neha says:

    I came back for the kulfi! 😛

  21. sreya says:

    some more pics…. 😀 rati u are always there to make us happy 😛

  22. Ishani Nath says:

    Lovely pictures!!!!!!!! Hats off!! to the photographer 🙂

  23. Swathi says:

    Amzing…. Treat to eyes ^_^

  24. Leez says:

    Sanjeevji should make an Instagram account. I love love love those pot bellied, mustached, clay figurines, how cute are they! And those bottles, amazing. Everything is so colourful and vibrant and so Indian.

  25. Nandini says:

    LOVE the pics, hats off to Sanjeev ji! 🙂 Ahh kulfi nooooo don’t do this to me! 😛 The last Dastkar I went to was way back when I was in school, with my nani and mausi. I’ve never been to Surajkund though, have you?
    They are opening a Chokhi Dhani near my office here 😀 I’ve never been to one so I’m excited to try it!

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