You must visit these dazzling Diwali Melas in Delhi

Various stunning and most famous Diwali Melas hosted in Delhi offer a perfect way for all those who want to immerse in the true Diwali spirit. These must-visit Diwali melas are a one-stop destination that may bring together the best of Indian and international delicious food, shopping, fun and exciting music gigs with great options and at great prices. Beautiful lights, festive colors has totally changed this festival of lights into a more stunning and fascinating way.

Some of this iconic melas I already have visited and I really enjoyed everything from food stalls to shopping joints and countless gaming counters. Where you should travel for this year Diwali shopping, fun and for all your festive needs are outlined below.

Best Diwali Melas🎊 in Delhi-NCR for all your festive needs

 1. “Meri Dilli Utsav” Diwali Mela🎊 

Are you looking for Diwali Shopping & Family Fun then step out at ‘Meri Dilli Utsav’ at Pitampura Dilli Haat, New Delhi. This popular Diwali Fete came in town seven years ago and now known as one of the biggest and brightest Diwali Mela. You can also contact the organizer of the “Meri Dilli Utsav” Diwali Mela if you have any planning for stall bookings or sponsorships.  This three days joyful Diwali fest has shopping, food, events, Musical and entertaining stage programs, Joyful competitions and plenty of other things to do with family and friends. I would recommend it to everyone who wants to enjoy unique shopping bonanza and mouth-watering eating out experience. This hugely popular fair not only grab the attention of the Indians but also foreigners.

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Where | Dilli Haat, Pitampura (Near TV Tower) Delhi

When | 13th -15th October 2017

From | 04:00 am to 11:00 pm

Entry | INR 20 Per Person

Nearest Metro station | Pitampura Metro Station

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 2. Blind School Diwali Mela🎊 

One of the most popular Diwali fairs in Delhi is the Blind School Diwali Mela that is run by the Blind Relief Association at their School grounds near Lodhi Road.  This one week long fair from 10 October to 16 October 2017 has no entry fees.   Yes, it’s free for all. Blind School Diwali Mela caters various options for shopping, food, and entertainment. You can pay for a variety of handmade, colorful diyas, candles and arty feng shui items, cushions, quilts, home decor items, furniture, baskets, pots and planters, handmade lamps, home accessories, artware etc. This great and diverse place to hang out as well as for Diwali shopping makes Diwali celebration complete with so fun.

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Where | Blind School Relief Association, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg

When | 10th -16th October 2017

From | 10:00 am to 06:00 pm

Entry | Free

Nearest Metro station | Lajpat Nagar Metro Station or Zor Bagh Metro Station

3. Select Citywalk Diwali Mela🎊 

Apart from exploring the countless and amazing Kiosks at Select Citywalk Mela it also offers a varied range of Diwali gifts. This place is well famous for Diwali gifts and Traditional imitation jewelry, ethnic wear and hand-painted trays are the main attractions of this popular Diwali Mela. As it is held in the mall so you can also head to the mall for more chill, shopping, and fun.

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Where | Select Citywalk Mall, District Centre Saket, Sector 6, Pushp Vihar

When | 4th – 8th October 2017

From | 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Entry | Free

Nearest Metro station | Malviya Nagar

4. Defence Colony Diwali Mela🎊 

Organized by Defence Colony Residents’ Welfare Association this lively and fully fun filled Mela offers beautiful handicrafts, apparel, accessories, Home Decor Collection, health product range, pop up stores, DJ performances, authentic and luscious food.

The Kiosks here have a good range of home decoration choices and exciting Indian and intercontinental food mixture to taste. Apart from these magnetism game stalls, and a nukkad naatak on ‘no crackers’ are the other best things that appeal to the visitors.

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Where | The Gumbad Roundabout, Defence Colony, New Delhi

When | 14th – 15th October 2017

From | 02:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Entry | INR 50 per person

Nearest Metro station | Moolchand Metro station on Violet Line

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5. Sunder Nagar Diwali Mela🎊 

Sunder Nagar Diwali Mela is one of the oldest Diwali fair (organized from last 55 years) you should never miss out to have a blast. This colorful fair has a very beautiful entry fully decorated with marigold flower chains and huge wood Ganesh carving.

 Main attractions of this favorite Diwali fest among Delhiites are Indian and international cuisines served on countless food stalls, clothes, ornaments, decor items, colorful floating candles, diyas and other Diwali stuff served on an array of shopping stalls. On the fun side, there is a giant Ferris wheel, magic shows and live cultural performances and much more. Ambient music, props, modern layouts, interesting themes, colorful landscapes make it a perfect place for tourists. Chuski wallas and Dilli ki chaat served at the food stalls will surely complete your food cravings.

This iconic Diwali Fair has everything for everyone and after shopping, if you want to take some rest to feel relax and refresh then free tables and chairs are also there. This Diwali creates unforgettable moments with your family, kids, friends and dear ones at fun filling Sunder Nagar Diwali Mela.

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Where | Sunder Nagar Park, Near Delhi Public School, Sunder Nagar

When | 14th – 15th October 2017

From | 04:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Entry | INR 100 per person

Nearest Metro station | Khan Market and Pragati Maidan Jangpura on Violet Line

6. Epicentre Diwali Mela🎊 

With Impressive arrangements, this Diwali mela also serves varied and unique shopping options, delicious food varieties, cakes and more to eat and apart from all these it also offers cultural activities, plays and a painting session for your kids. Diwali diyas and candles, festive wear, pretty designer apparel, saris, accessories, furnishing, jewelry, gift items, home artifacts from crafts to silverware are the main highlights of Epicentre Diwali Mela. Visit this one-stop shopping destination for all your festive needs.

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Where | Epicentre, Apparel House, Sector 44, Opp. Power Grid Residential Complex, Gurgaon

When | 6th -7th October 2017

From | 11:00 am to 08:00 pm

Entry | Free

Nearest Metro station | Huda City Centre (Yellow Line)

Have you visited these Diwali Melas in Delhi? Share with me in the comments. As always, thanks for stopping by!

.🎊🎊 Bumpnmum Wishing You All A Very Happy and Safe Diwali!🎊🎊 

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I’m Kavita – an engineer, shopaholic, new mom and the face behind Bumpnmum. Bumpnmum is the blog of new mom of cute little prince who inspire me to write out all the exciting stories and scary experiences of being a mom.

15 Comments

  1. Those places look so full of grace and abundant with holiday vibes. Hopefully, I get to travel there someday. 🙂

  2. Wow! So colorful and fabulous festivals! Delhi looks so beautiful place to visit and celebrate the festival!

  3. I’ve never been to a Diwali before! It sounds like there’s so much to look forward to! I simply love all the colors that’s used in all the decorations! So lovely!

  4. Wow these look just amazing so colourful and vibrant. The Blind School Diwali Mela that is run by the Blind Relief Association at their School grounds is such a cool choice which I love x

  5. These look absolutely gorgeous, so much colour and pizazz! I bet they’d be wonderful to explore! And I bet you can get some really cool little items and gifts there.

  6. I really like this post, good job! I keep my eyes always open to these kinda special events or religious ceremonies whenever I travel. Keep it up!

  7. I have never been to Delhi as much as I would have loved to and definitely not during the Diwali time. It’s so nice to see so many melas happening during that time of the year. Would love to visit some of them at least 🙂

  8. I would love to attend one of these Diwali Melas one day. They look like such impressive events and I love Indian food!

  9. Omg what rich colors everywhere. I’m planning a trip to India and I know delhi is on my list to see. WOuld love to see this.

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