See what happens when edgy urban pop designs meet meditative arts traditions at People Tree. This small crafts store offers a vast and colorful selection of funky T-shirts, accessories, jewelry, stationery, and more. In addition to quality crafts, the store keeps an impressive collection of books on organic agriculture, human rights, women's issues in India, as well as poetry from the 1970s on. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to People Tree by using our New Delhi trip itinerary planning tool.
People Tree reviews
I was there 3 days ago and spent up big on jewellery. Such a great range by local artists. I took my daughter there and she got T-shirts and jewellery. An interesting place to visit and the staff are.... more »
Loved this shop, staff in it very friendly and welcoming! Great to support local modern artists 😊 loved browsing and would have loved to buy more! Easy walk from State Emporium (a great place with... more »
The hypocrisy of the owners of the "people tree" is that, they advocate everything, from socialism to indigenous, but on being confronted by on of the reviewers (here, on Google maps only), they blatantly show their true nature. Total intolerance towards an unbiased reviewer and support for such high prices. This is nothing but "elitist-socialism", or "weekend-Socialism" with no regard to the actual modest buyer coming to their shop.
Small, narrow outlet in the heart of the city, on Parliament Street, just as it's about to turn onto outer circle of Connaught Place. Garments, mostly T-shirts, are not the usual run of the mill, and may not to the general taste. Unusual designs by the designers, sold under different 'brands', would entice foreign tourists though. The products are overly priced; more than international brands in many cases. May be a good buy if the purpose is to gift an expensive, unusual design; but value for money - no. Quality and long term durability would fall short of international brands.
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