It has been a tradition of the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce for more than 50 years to bring India and Germany closer economically and culturally.
The visit to the German Christmas market proved to be merrier, from the German Christmas cake to the mouth watering Belgian waffles, it had it all to make it a Christmassy weekend to remember!’
The ticket was for INR 350 and it was definitely worth it. At the entry of the market, there were shops that sold antiques and interiors for homes, that also included some Christmassy goodies. Just a few steps ahead were shops for kids offering warm blankets and cushions to die for.
Right next to the home goodies shop were our favourites, House of Candy, that offered the world’s most delicious candy and next to it was Ice cream!
Several stalls were offering cheese from all around the world, and you even got the opportunity to taste it before you buy loads of it. The stall offering hot cocoa and brownie on a chilly December evening was indeed a blessing in disguise.
The stall offering Belgian waffles and plum cakes and also, those cookies were carried off by several Germans and Indians together, displaying togetherness.
A live event was going on in the evening as well that sang the Christmas carol in a unique way and took our hearts away with their voice. Being accompanied by drums and guitar it did give us the feel of being in a Christmas concert. Also, they were celebrating 20 years of the German Christmas Market in Delhi, so it was indeed a reason to celebrate.
Several stalls were offering clothes and bags, that were definitely a must buy for all the shopaholics out there. The clothes, the covers, the hot water bags, the passport covers, the market had it all!
So, the market did give us all the much needed Christmas cheer!