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Number) Hunar Haat Event,s)Date of Event’sVenueAbout Event’s1first edition From 14-November-2016
till 27-November-2016 IITF Pragati Maidan, DelhiThe then Union Minister of State for Power and Coal
Shri Piyush Goyal and Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and
The country’s first “Hunar Haat” was inaugurated on 15 November 2016 by the Minister of State for External Affairs, Shri MJ Akbar. In which 184 master artisans from different provinces of the country exhibited their art. 2 second editionFrom 11-Feb-2017
by 26-Feb-2017 BKS Marg, DelhiThe country’s second Hunar Haat program was organized with the theme “Sangam of Crafts and Cuisine”. In which indigenous handicrafts and traditional dishes were showcased, in this program about 26 lakh people, including domestic and foreign visitors, enjoyed this program. 3 third editionFrom 24-Sep-2017
Till 30-Sep-2017 PuducherryIn the third edition of Hunar Haat, handicrafts and handloom artisans from 16 states of the country displayed handmade paintings, wooden toys, printed fabrics and Maheshwari sarees in Puducherry. 4 fourth
Edition From 14-Nov-2017
Till 27-Nov-2017 IITF Pragati Maidan, DelhiIn the fourth edition of Hunar Haat, 120 master artisans from 20 states of the country participated in Delhi out of which 30 were women artisans. This fourth edition included bakery items, organic oils, spices and grains.5 fifth edition From 04-Jan-2018
by 10-January-2018 Mumbai, Islam Gymkhana, MaharashtraThe fifth edition of Hunar Haat includes brocades from Varanasi, Lucknow chikan work, Zari Zardosi from UP, Khurja ceramic products, pottery, blackstone pottery, dried flowers and traditional handicrafts from the North-East.
Items such as shawls, carpets and papier-mâchés from Kashmir were on display. 6 sixth
Edition From 10-Feb-2018
by 18-Feb-2018 BKS Marg, Connaught Place, DelhiA large number of culinary experts from 12 states participated in the sixth edition of Hunar Haat. This edition of Hunar Haat was attended by a large number of women among culinary experts.7 Seventh
Edition From 08-Sep-2018
Till 16-Sep-2018 Prayagraj, Uttar PradeshCane and bamboo in the seventh edition of Hunar Haat
Jute products from Assam, Tasar Giza silk from Jharkhand and linen from Bhagalpur, traditional jewellery, lac and stone studded bangles and jewellery, were on display. 8 eighth
EditionFrom 13-Oct-2018
By 21-Oct-2018 Gandhi Thidal Beach, PuducherryFine pieces of handicraft and handloom work like ajrakh, applique, linen saree/dress material, bagh print, banarasi saree, bhagalpur silk, batik print, chanderi, copperware, dry flower, golden grass products, Hyderabadi pearl, imitation jewellery, jaipuri juti etc. The goods were showcased in this edition. 9 ninth
EditionFrom 14-Nov-2018
Till 27-Nov-2018 IITF Pragati Maidan, DelhiA large number of women master artisans including women artisans participated in the ninth edition of Hunar Haat and for the first time the products of Chhattisgarh and Namda and Chinon silk from Jammu and Kashmir were on display. 10 tenth
EditionFrom 21-Dec-2018
Till 31-Dec-2018 Bandra- Kurla Complex, MumbaiIn this version, people have access to Awadhi food, Rajasthani cooking (dal baati and churma), Gujarati thali, Maharashtrian cuisine, Malabar cuisine and jackfruit dishes from Kerala, litti-chokha, water sweets like phirni, shaitukda, halwa, Bengali sweets, The famous sweets of Rajkot and the variety of flavored paan were the center of attraction. 11 eleventh edition From 12-January-2019
by 20-January-2019 BKS Marg, Connaught Place, DelhiOdisha in this edition of Hunar Haat
Filigree products from silver and bamboo crafts from Chhattisgarh, scissors from Meerut, all these items were very much liked by the people who came to Hunar Haat. 12 barwan
EditionFrom 24-August-2019
Till 01-Sep-2019 Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur, RajasthanPeople shopped for indigenous handmade products like jute products from Assam, variety of silk items from Jharkhand, Bhagalpuri silk and linen. 13 thirteenth
Edition From 01-Nov-2019
By 10-Nov-2019 Prayagraj, Uttar PradeshHandmade products and dishes made by over 300 master artisans and culinary experts including women artisans from various states of the country were on display.14 fourteenth
Edition From 14-Nov-2019
Till 27-Nov-2019 IITF Pragati Maidan, DelhiIn this edition artisans displayed exquisite products of handicrafts and handlooms like Batik, Bagh Print, Bandhej, Barmer Applique, Cane and Bamboo, Carpets, Chanderi, Chikankari, Copper Bell Products, Dhakai Silk, Golden.15 fifteenth
Edition From 07-Dec-2019
by 15-Dec-2019 Sabarmati River Front, Ahmedabad, GujaratIn this edition, coconut shell products from Kerala and wood inlay work on rose wood from Karnataka were included for the first time in Hunar Haat which became a major attraction for the visitors. 16 sixteenth
EditionFrom 20-Dec-2019
Till 31-Dec-2019 Bandra- Kurla Complex, MumbaiAround 400 master craftsmen and sculptors participated in this edition along with a large number of women artisans from across the country. The artisans at the Haat displayed the indigenous handmade art pieces brought with them. 17 seventeenth
EditionFrom 10-January-2020
by 21-January-2020 Lucknow, Uttar PradeshThe edition was attended by over 250 master craftsmen and carvers who came in large numbers from across the country. The artisans at the Haat display indigenous handmade handicrafts and handloom art pieces brought with them.18 eighteenth
Edition From 11-Jan-2020
By 19-January-2020 Hyderabad, TelanganaVisitors to the eighteenth edition of Hunar Haat in Hyderabad enjoyed traditional delicacies from different states of the country.19 nineteenth
Edition From 08-Feb-2020
by 16-Feb-2020 Indore, Madhya PradeshA large number of women artisans participated in the Hunar Haat edition of Indore. Who introduced the taste of traditional dishes under Bawarchikhana to the people who came to the Haat. 20 twentieth
Edition From 13-Feb-2020
by 25-Feb-2020 India Gate Lawn, Rajpath, DelhiIn this edition of Hunar Haat in Delhi, Prime Minister Modi ji enjoyed “Kulhad ki Chai” and delicious “Litti-Chokha” from Bihar and appreciated the various dishes that came to the Haat.21 twenty first
Edition From 29-Feb-2020
By 08-March-2020 Ranchi, JharkhandIn this edition of Hunar Haat in Ranchi, craftsmen came from every corner of the country and Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda ji tasted the traditional delicacies. 22 twenty two
Edition From 11-Nov-2020
by 22-Nov-2020 Dilli Haat, Pitampura, DelhiCultural programs were the center of great attraction for the people in this edition. 25 twenty third
EditionFrom 18-Dec-2020
Till 27-Dec-2020 Rampur, Uttar Pradesh24 twenty four
Edition From 22-January-2021
By 06-February-2021 Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh25 twenty fifth
Edition From 08-February-2021
by 14-February-2021 Maharaja College Ground, KG Koppal, Chamarajpura, Mysore, Karnataka26 twenty six
Edition From 20-Feb-2021
until Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi27 twenty seven
Edition From 12-March-2021
by 21-March-2021 Lal Parade Ground, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh28 twenty eight
Edition From 26-March-2021
Till 04-Apr-2021 Kala Academy, Panaji, Goa29 twenty nine
Edition From 16-Oct-2021
By 25-Oct-2021 Rampur, Uttar Pradesh30 thirtieth
Edition From 29-Oct-2021
Till 07-Nov-2021 Dehradun, Uttarakhand31 twenty first
Edition From 10-Nov-2021
By 19-Nov-2021 Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh32 thirty two
Edition From 12-Nov-2021
By 21-Nov-2021 Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh33 thirty three
Edition From 14-Nov-2021
Till 27-Nov-2021 Pragati Maidan, Delhi34 thirty four editionFrom 26-Nov-2021
By 05-Dec-2021 Hyderabad, Telangana35 thirty-fifth
Edition From 10-Dec-2021
By 19-Dec-2021 Surat, Gujarat

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