I visited Dilli Haat with my sister on Saturday. As usual it was a riot of colors. I thought I should do a photo feature on it. So here I go.
These small miniature roses (not real) make for such a pretty picture. For some I am sure they make pretty decoration pieces as well. We ate a lot but for a change this time we did not buy anything at all, not even an earring.
There was this model of a cow completely in the holi mood.
Any corner of the Dilli Haat you turn to, chances are you will find colors. These were wall hangings for sale in front of a shop.
Saw this for the time, the concept of a mobile ATM. This one belonged to Punjab National Bank and was parked outside Dilli Haat.
I probably didn’t find Frikis as attractive as a child as I find them for photo object now!
I am actually a very reluctant street photographer. But these ladies were so engrossed in their jwellery that I dared to click a picture.
I decided to get close to these bangles and what a colorful picture they make!
This colorful rickshaw was also part of the Holi Milan stall. Holi is a festival of colors, where we smear each other with colors.
As I said, it is not difficult to find colors at Dilli Haat. These umbrellas were on the pavement and the owner did not object to people when they picked it up to pose for a picture.
But off all the pictures that I took, I like this one the best. This is my current computer background image.
I am Mridula Dwivedi, I love to travel! I started my travel blog in 2005. I have been going places since! For more details do check out my media kit! In another life I did a Ph.D. from IIT Kanpur. I was a professor when I quit my job in 2015.
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