Surajkund International Crafts Mela 2024

The Surajkund International Crafts Mela 2024, an annual celebration in Faridabad, unfolds from February 2nd to 18th. This 37th edition promises an extraordinary showcase of art, culture, and craftsmanship, drawing visitors from all corners.

Since its debut in 1987, the Mela aimed to revive India's fading arts. Now, it stands as the world's largest crafts fair, gaining international recognition in 2013 with participation from 20 countries.

Origins & Evolution

Cultural Extravaganza

Spanning 40 acres and featuring over 1000 huts, the Mela offers an immersive experience. A collaborative effort of Surajkund Mela Authority, Haryana Tourism, and Union Ministries, it brings together Indian craftspersons and weavers.

In 2024, the Mela highlights the vibrant culture of Gujarat. Expect mesmerizing decorations and stalls capturing the essence of Gujarati heritage. In the previous edition, eight states were theme states, showcasing India's diversity.

Gujarat Takes the Spotlight

How to Reach

Accessible by buses, taxis, and metro from Delhi and nearby cities, the Mela is well-connected by road, train, and air. Just 24 km from Delhi, it ensures a seamless journey for visitors.

From crafts of Himachal Pradesh to folk dances, cultural programs, and a gastronomic journey, the Mela offers a diverse array of attractions. Adventure sports and joy rides add excitement to the festive atmosphere.

Main Attractions

The Surajkund International Crafts Mela 2024 is not just a fair; it's a celebration of tradition, diversity, and craftsmanship—a must-attend spectacle leaving visitors enchanted and inspired.