Blend of Shopping Fiesta, Food Courts and Joy Rides, Chandigarh Haat kicks off ‘Utsav 2015’


Replica of Disney World to welcomes every visitors at Mela

Endless entertainment blended with shopping and tastes of vivid delicacies


NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Likewise every years on the onset of festivity, Chandigarh Haat, a perfect combination of shopping fiesta, food courts and joy rides today kicked off amidst much fanfare. Signifying the cultural extravaganza, the Mela this year is themed as ‘Utsav 2015’ which ensures score of entertainment to each visitor. One of the astonishing features of the fair would be welcoming every visitor by a giant replica of Disney World.

According to Suresh Kapila, organiser of the Utsav 2015, the fair premises will bring a feel of joy of festivity in every visitors. The organisers have made tremendous arrangements of lightening which would be a class apart. A total of 37 colours are used to decorate the entire premises giving the vibrant look. 23 types of joyrides are meant to entertain the all ages of lives. The fair will be serving shopping extravaganza, joy rides and above all perfect place to dine out. Delicacies from Rajasthan would be serving the marwaari food so as lip smacking Amritsari Dabha. Jalebs from Guhana (Haryana) would continue to be the favourite of all. Apparel will consist of desingers suits, kurti, Banarasi Silk Sarees, Bhagalpur Saares, Chikankaari from Lukhnow will be ladies first choice so the Rajasthani and Punjabi juttis. Book lovers will also find their romanticism in various themes of book available here. Raja Book Depot from Delhi this time arrives with stock of over 2 lakhs book which can be purchased at the of rate of Rs 200 per kilogram. Customers can have wide options on while purchasing crockery at Khujra Pottery and at furniture which are exclusively brought and made from Saharanpur.

During the mela, a nine-day long Navratras will be marked by the Garba nights which will be conducted by Bhavnagar (Gujarat) based cultural troop. The troop is affiliated by West Zone Cultural Centre (Udaipur) which consists of 22 members and led by renowned Dandiya artist Heena Patel.