Delhi exhibitions are a cause of pleasure for the Delhiites in getting a break from the everyday repetitive schedule of their life. The biggest and most trendy one fairs are the India International Trade Fair (IITF), organised at the Pragati Maidan. The same place also doles out as the venue for a number of other fairs in Delhi like the Auto Expo, Book Fair, etc.

With the hectic and stressful life of Delhiites, the variety of Delhi exhibitions organised by the capital city brings a little bit relief from the demanding life.



India International Trade Fair or the IITF is a yearly fair that is organised by the India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) at Pragati Maidan, and it commences on the 14th of November every year. IITF was held for the first time in 1980 and from that time onward it is the much-looked-for happening event by people from all over the country.

The fair provides an opportunity to all those manufacturers, traders, exporters and importers from all over the world who wants to showcase their products and perform well in their respective field.


The most famous and successful fair being held at the Pragati Maidan grounds every year, is Delhi Auto Expo, providing a dais to display their talent in automobile and auto-component business.

Being managed to showcase the products from the past 18 years, this fair has displayed almost all the automobile models that have been freshly launched in the market. Rather, the Auto Expo fair of Delhi proves to be the debut for plentiful new vehicles as well as new technology workings.

With this fair, businessmen from around the world make every opportunity to meet other business visitors and make contacts with them that would help them in their future business.


Surajkund Crafts Mela is basically organised annually to explore the handloom and handicrafts products worldwide by the Haryana Tourism.

Being held in the month of February and lasts for two weeks at Surajkund grounds, near Delhi. Skilled artists, painters, weavers, sculptors and craftsmen from all over India come and take part in this fair, to showcase their arts and crafts skills.


Phoolwalon ki Sair fair takes place in the Mehrauli area of Delhi. An annual event primarily consists of a parade taken out by flower sellers down the flower sellers avenue.

Phoolwalon-ki-Sair at Delhi starts with the performance of the shehnai, an Indian musical instrument. Thereafter, the parade starts by offering flowers first at the temple and then goes through the street of Mehrauli Bazaar.


Delhi Book Fair is a yearly fair, planned and arranged by the India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) at Pragati Maidan. One can find all kinds of books to different magazines to journals to maps to teaching aids and computer software and the variety of other general items used by school children, college students, office staffs and some stalls also showcasing office stationeries; the fair displays an ample choice of items.

At the Book Fair of Delhi, you can suppose to get all the books that have been recently published, at cut-prices. Also, if you want to buy even the rarest of books, then the Delhi Book Fair is the right place.


The international Mango Festival of Delhi is organised at Talkatora Stadium in the month of July and the most awaited fairs. The reason might be because most of the other fairs demand mental power, intelligence or artistic, while this fair relates more to our taste buds.

This festival is also the sign of the arrival of mangoes and the fair presents with almost 500 varieties of the mango fruits.


Qutub Festival is organised at the famed Qutub Minar for the duration of the Hindu Month of Sharad Purnima (October-November). A classical music and dance performances are arranged by the Delhi Tourism for three days.

With the back settings of the splendid Qutab Minar covered in the silver glow of the moon, Delhi Qutub Festival offers an overwhelming experience. The charming and elegant performers can be seen dancing to the music here.