Hunar Haat Chandigarh 2022 | 25 March – 3 April 2022

Hunar Haat Chandigarh 2022 | 25 March - 3 April 2022

Hunar Haat Chandigarh 2022 | 25 March – 3 April 2022

About Hunar Haat Chandigarh

“Hunar Haat Chandigarh” is an effective mission to showcase-promote traditional & exquisite skills of master artisans.

About Hunar Haat Chandigarh

Our country is full of the indigenous legacy of master artisans and craftsmen. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, these master artisans and craftsmen have their own identities and specialty. But due to lack of opportunities and market, the younger generations of these artisans had been moving away from their legacy. The Government has been organizing “Hunar Haat Chandigarh” in every corner of the country to preserve crafts and promote and provide vast market opportunities to our indigenous legacy of artisans and craftsmen.

These “Hunar Haat” proved to be an “Empowerment Exchange” for master artisans and craftsmen of the country. More than 8 Lakh 50 Thousand master artisans and craftsmen and other people associated with them have been provided employment and employment opportunities through “Hunar Haat” in the last about 7 years.

Besides showcasing rare handmade Handicraft and Handloom items, “Bawarchikhana” at “Hunar Haat” presents traditional delicacies from across the country to visitors coming at “Hunar Haat Chandigarh.” The people coming to “Hunar Haat” also enjoy traditional cultural programs and music from every corner of the country. “Hunar Haat” is based on the commitment to “Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat” and “Unity in Diversity.” The theme for Hunar Haat is the “Vocal For Local” and “Aatmanirbhar Bharat” theme.

39th edition of ‘Hunar Haat’ in organized in Chandigarh | At Parade Ground, Sector-17

The Union Ministry of Minority Affairs is organizing 39th’ Hunar Haat’ at Parade Ground, Sector 17, from 25 March to 3 April under the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ to celebrate 75 years of India’s Independence.

Location: Parade Ground, Sector 17, Chandigarh

‘Hunar Haat’ is being organized with the objective of taking forward skilled artisans, craftsmen, chefs from all over the country. The themes of the event are the “Vocal For Local” and the “Aatmanirbhar Bharat” theme.

Besides, ‘Vocal for local,’ Hunar Haat is also based on the theme of “Best from waste.”

More than 700 artisans and craftsmen from 31 states and UTs are participating in the 10-day fair that will continue till 3 April. Entry is free.

Artists can register from the given link: Register Artisans – Hunar Haat

They have come to this event for the exhibition and sale of indigenous products made by their own hands. In this, artisans from many states have brought with them many attractive and unique products made of wood, brass, bamboo, glass, fabric, paper, clay.

Punjab governor and UT administrator Banwarilal Purohit on Saturday inaugurated the 39th Hunar Haat at Parade Ground in Sector 17.

This will be special at Hunar Haat Chandigarh

  • Renowned artists will enthrall the audience with their musical and cultural programs in the evening every day at ‘Hunar Haat.’
  • People will be able to enjoy traditional specialties from all over the country here.
  • The people can enjoy traditional food from almost every corner of the country under one roof at the ‘Bawarchikhana’ section in ‘Hunar Haat.’
  • ‘Vishwakarma Vatika’ is also one of the main attractions of ‘Hunar Haat’ in which artisans and craftsmen will display live how traditional indigenous products are made.
  • ‘Hunar Haat Chandigarh’ is also available at virtual and online platforms http://hunarhaat.org and GeM portal.
  • People of the country and abroad can also buy ‘Hunar Haat’ products online from these two platforms.Hunar Haat Chandigarh2

Hunar Haat Chandigarh is organized across the country

Under the ‘Ustaad’ scheme of the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Hunar Haat has already been organized across the country. Earlier, 39 Hunar Haat had already been organized across the country. In the year 2016, the first Hunar Haat was organized from 14th to 27th November.

In the coming days, ‘Hunar Haat’ will also be held in Agra, Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Chennai, Goa, Patna, Mumbai, Jammu, Prayagraj, Jaipur, Bengaluru, Kota, Sikkim, Srinagar, Leh, Shillong, Ranchi, Agartala, and other places.

Details of All 10-Day Events | Chandigarh

25 March 2022, Friday

Famous Singers Bhupinder Singh Bhuppi Ji, Rekha Raj Ji, and Ankita Pathak Ji Live Performance

26 March 2022, Saturday

Famous Singers Bhupinder Singh Bhuppi Ji, Bhoomi Trivedi Ji, and Ankita Pathak Ji Live Performance

27 March 2022, Sunday

Hunar Haat Cultural & Musical Programme : Jasbir Jassi, Ankita Pathak, Upasana Singh, Deepak Raja

28 March 2022, Monday

Hunar Haat Cultural & Musical Programme: Live Performances by Altaf Raja, Kavita Paudwal, Anil Bhatt

29 March 2022, Tuesday

Hunar Haat Cultural & Musical Programme: Pankaj Udhas, Shailendra Singh, Ankita Pathak, Anil Bhatt

30 March 2022, Wednesday

Hunar Haat Cultural & Musical Programme: Daily stunning #Circus acts, Live Performance: Nooran Sisters, Bhumika Malik, Anil Bhatt

31 March 2022, Thursday

Hunar Haat Cultural & Musical Programme: Daily stunning #Circus acts, Live presentation of Mahabharat – An Epic Tale by Shri Puneet Issar, Singing by Priya Mallick,

 April 2022, Friday

Hunar Haat Cultural & Musical Programme: Daily stunning #Circus acts, Singing by Priya Mallick

The taste of India

In the 75th year of India’s Independence, the Hunar Haat will make its presence felt across the country, providing unlimited opportunities to the crafts communities.

If you are unable to visit Hunar Haat physically, you can do so virtually. You can access the crafts of the artisans and buy them at https://hunarhaat.org/.

Hunting for Artistic Treasures: Exploring the Magic of Hunar Haat Chandigarh

Hunar Haat Chandigarh is a one-of-a-kind cultural extravaganza that showcases the rich and diverse cultural heritage of India. This unique event is organized by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India, and is aimed at promoting the country’s traditional arts and crafts, as well as providing a platform for local artisans to showcase their skills and reach a wider audience.

For those who are interested in exploring the rich cultural heritage of India and discovering some of the country’s most talented artists, Hunar Haat Chandigarh is a must-visit event. Here, you’ll find a wide range of handicrafts, handlooms, and traditional textiles, along with a variety of food stalls that offer a taste of the local cuisine.


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