The Delhi Tea & Coffee Festival - Hotel Ashok, Chanakyapuri
Midnight Biryani Festival - Yellow Brick Road, New Delhi
World Chicken Festival Haute Saute - The Fusion Cafe,Greater Kailash
International Mango Festival of Delhi
Did you that there are 1100 varieties of mangoes available! Delhi celebrates this fact by organizing event that features more than 500 varieties of mangoes in International Mango Festival.
The event is held annually at Delhi Haat Pitampura, as the summer sets in. Delhi Government in affiliation with the department of tourism makes the festival come alive with activities like mango eating competitions, mango tasting, and mango folk performances.
One can also purchase processed mango food items like jams, pickles, juices, aam panna, and aam papad.
Music Festivals in Delhi
Delhi Classical Music Festival
Department of Art, Culture and Languages presents this festival annually at Kamani Auditorium for five days with the objective of promoting classical music of the country.
Amarrass Desert Music Festival
Two day Amarrass Desert Music Festival of Delhi has a great international presence and is influenced by the great music cultures of deserts of the globe.
Jahan-e-Khusrau is a 3 day annual music festival presented by Rumi Foundation. The festival presents World Sufi Music and gathers many music maestros, since 2001.
This festival is a musical delight organized by Delhi Tourism. Sharad Utsav is an acclaimed festival of Indian classical music.
Shriram Shankarlal Music Festival
Shriram Shankarlal Music Festival is a 3 Day event celebrated in the month of February. This isone of the oldest music festivals of the country held at Kamani Auditorium in Copernicus Marg from lat six decades.
Youth Festival in Delhi
Youth Festival of Delhi is an initiative of Delhi Tourism department to stage the talent in the youth of the country.
The event is held at Central Park in New Delhi each year and celebrates classical music and dance performances by country’s youth.
One gets to see all sorts of performances from western to eastern bands and dances.
Various Government and Non-government agencies support under-privileged children and youngsters to stage their talent.