It displays Indian handicrafts and offers first-hand experience of craftsmen at work. Some of the most rare and exquisite pieces of art and craft, collected from all over India, are the prized possessions of the museum.The Crafts Museum Shop in the complex is also worth visiting. The live demonstrations of producing and making of folk arts and crafts is one of the major highlights.
Purana Quila #DelhiWithTheLalit
It was founded by the second Mughal Emperor, Humayun in 1533 and completed by Sher Shah Suri five years later. PuranaQuila and its environs flourished as the sixth city of Delhi. The walls of the Fort rise to a towering height of 18 meters and run on for about 1.5 km. It has three arched gateways - the Bara Darwaza (Big Gate) facing West, which is still used today, the ‘Humayun Gate' facing South and the ‘Talaqi Gate' or forbidden gate. It is also said that the monuments’ foundation was laid by the Pandavas.
Sunder Nagar #DelhiWithTheLalit
It is a very popular market for antiques and silver jewellery. It is a neat and well-designed market complex with many stores competing to sell exotic souvenirs, fine silver jewellery from Ladakh, semi-precious stones, textiles, brass, copper and silver objects d'art. This area also houses many art galleries.