Fairs in Delhi are The International Trade Fair, Handicrafts Fair, Surajkund Handicraft Mela, Phulwalon-Ki-Sair

The International Trade Fair -
The International Trade Fair starts on the 14th day of November every year. This trade fair is held at the Pragati Maidan. This fair is a major event for the Business community. Corporate houses from all over the world come in this fair and business deals are finalised in a big way. This fair is also a major tourist attraction and lakhs of people visit the fair which ends after thirteen days.

Pragati Maidan
is also host to many other fairs which includes the Auto Expo and the leather Fair. Through out the year Pragati Maidan is the venue for fairs and expositions. The Shakuntalam theatre is located in Pragati Maidan and regular film shows are held here.

The months of September, October and November are busy with various types of fairs. The Handicrafts Fair at Delhi Haat is a major attraction for the lovers of handicrafts. The business fair held by the Delhi Government is also a major attraction for the Business community. The Diwali fairs around the Diwali festival is held in almost every community.

Suraj Kund Crafts Mela
The Surajkund Handicraft Mela - Surajkund is a small ancient kund (pond) in Haryana on the outskirts of Delhi. This picturesque place is the venue for the annual Handicrafts fair. This handicraft fair gives the artisans an opportunities to show their skills on the spot and customers get to see the working style of the artisans. The fair is held on a particular state theme. There are fashion shows and puppet shows which represent the amalgamation of the traditional art with the modern trends.

Phulwalon-Ki-Sair -
The Indian Classical singing is mainly divided in two forms- The Southern Carnatic and the Northern music with various raags. The masters of these forms are always giving performances in Delhi.