Surajkund Mela 2020: Best Place for Kids this Month – Date, Timings, Theme, What to do

By Abbas|4 - 5 mins read| March 24, 2023

The 34th Surajkund Crafts International Mela is running from February 1st till the 16th of this month. The mela is representing 20 countries as well as all the states of India. It is one of the best places to hang out with your kids and family before the winter season ends. You might be thinking that what is the theme state of the Surajkund Mela 2020? Well, this year’s theme state, is the most glorious province of India,  Himachal Pradesh and the partner nation is Uzbekistan- a land with most alluring landscapes and vast mountains.

Surajkund Mela is one of the most popular weekend getaways from Delhi NCR for one day trips and family outings.

Surajkund International Crafts Mela 2020 Details:

Surajkund Mela 2020 Dates 1-16 February 2020
Venue: Surajkund, District Faridabad, Haryana
Timings: 10.30 am – 8.30 pm
Ticket Prices:
  • ₹ 120 (Mon-Fri)
  • ₹ 180 (Sat-Sun)

Name of Surajkund Mela 2020 theme country?

Surajkund Mela 2020 theme country is Uzbekistan, is a country in Central Asia. It is bordered by five landlocked countries.

Which is the Theme State of the Surajkund Mela 2020?

The theme state for Surajkund Mela 2020 is Himachal Pradesh, is a state in the northern part of India.

What is the ticket price of Surajkund Mela?

Ticket Prices for Surajkund Mela 2020 are

  • ₹ 120 (Mon-Fri)
  • ₹ 180 (Sat-Sun)

Surajkund Mela Tickets Availability and discounts:

Tickets for the Surajkund International Crafts Mela are easily available on all the major online booking platforms like Book My Show, Buzzintown, Events-high as well as from the venue itself. You can also get the tickets from multiple metro stations including Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate and Central Secretariat. Etc.

There is a 50% discount on the entry ticket for school and college students with a valid ID card on weekdays.

A 50% discount on the entry ticket for senior citizens, differently abled and soldiers.

How to reach Surajkund Mela?

This extravagant fest is organized, at such a vast and accessible place of 40 acres situated at Faridabad district of Haryana province. Surajkund is well connected, to Delhi, Faridabad, Noida and Gurgaon by road. Either come through tourist taxi or take your vehicle as mela has adequate parking space always.

• The distance from Delhi to Surajkund: 24 km
• The distance from Noida to Surajkund: 31 km
• The distance from Gurgaon to Surajkund: 36 km

If you are wishing to travel through Delhi Metro, then first reach Central Secretariat metro station in Yellow Line and switch to Violet Line to reach Badarpur metro station via Lajpat Nagar and Sarita Vihar.

What can I buy from Surajkund Mela?

The Surajkund Mela shows a stunning insight of the historical background and cultural ethos of real India. This mela is always famous for different crafts, handiwork and artisan designs from different corners of the states and other countries. Along with this, you can buy a variety of clothes as this mela gives a chance to see the cloth work of every region of India and overseas. Shawls, Kurtas, Dupattas and Saris selling by different state vendors increase your charm.

Special place for Kids

The place is always special for kids as this mela showcases the intrinsic art, culture and designs of rural India with its utmost beauty. Kids from five to 15 years get most fascinated by these views. Moreso, Haryana govt has gone a step ahead by declaring this mela as a child-friendly event with zero tolerance towards any child right violation.

If you wonder that, what can I buy from Surajkund Mela for kids, then make sure that along with different fabric designs and ranges, you can choose beautiful crafty toys for kids, mugs for kids, beautiful clay toys with eye-catching artworks and many more. The mela offers separate child-friendly spaces, breastfeeding booths, first aid booths, food stalls for children with a wide range of meals from continental to the south and north Indian dishes.

As this year, more preference is given to child empowerment and safety, giving more protection to children coming to the mela, specific electronic wrist bands will be provided, to the kids below the age of 14, which the parents can monitor, if any issue of misplacing occurs. From the entry gates, the local police are providing these bands to kids for ensuring security. Therefore, bringing your kids to see this incredible international crafts mela is all safe and exciting for your kids.

Kids can enjoy the live cultural dances, instrumental and folk performances by different artists from Indian and overseas provinces. Moreso, multiple poetry sessions and Sufi Qawwalis performed by renowned artists will add up a great experience for your child at one single place only.

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Last Updated: Fri Mar 24 2023

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