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Where to pick up affordable art in Delhi?By Pallavi Siddhanta
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If you’re shopping for Art or handicrafts in the capital, it can be quite a drag if you don’t know the places to look for. With this comprehensive guide, Art and crafts shopping in the capital has never been easier. We’ve tried to point out the places which are worth a look.
Stupa18 Gallery [Sector 18, Noida]:Stupa 18 Gallery deals in Indian Contemporary Art and Modern Art. They offer you artworks and sculptures by contemporary Indian artists. The works are pretty affordable,ranging between 2500 and 15000.If you’re looking for original artwork, this is the place to go.
National Gallery of Modern Art: Here, you can find re-productions of famous paintings as cheap as 50 to 75. You can get them framed from wherever you wish and they look simply amazing. At NGMA, you can find small and big re-productions [small – 17.5”X22”; Big – 22”X35”] of famous works by various greats of the Art world, souvenirs, picture postcards, greeting cards, portfolios etc.
DilliHaat:Dillihaat is the destination to shop if you’re looking for affordable arts and crafts in the capital. They offer their stalls to local artisans and craftsmen across the country on a rotational basis and the prices are also affordable since the costs involved in selling and distribution are pretty minimal. You can visit the Haat with your family and treat them to the plethora of regional specialty dishes available there, apart from shopping for home décor items.
Janpath:Janpath market is another one of those places that you must visit if you plan to shop for art and handicrafts in New Delhi. You can get a good bargain on most of the articles available here, and round it up pretty easy on the pocket.
Surajkund Crafts Mela: The Surajkund Crafts Mela is held in Faridabad in February eachTake a break and have a look at these awesome products:to showcase the talent of local artisans across the country. The fair boasts of some of the most exquisite handlooms and handicrafts of India at reasonable prices.
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