OneIndia News | India’s ‘Dark Matter’ is here to stay
A lot has changed since the last time I visited Delhi, but the city has still managed to keep the dark side of India alive and well.
The city has witnessed a slew of dramatic events over the years, like the 2011 Delhi gangrape, and many more, like when the police forced the city to suspend the ‘Jawaharlal Nehru University’ for an indefinite period.
But Delhi has also remained one of India’s most colourful cities, which has attracted both locals and tourists for a long time.
This is because Delhi’s colourful character is something that has survived in its many incarnations.
This has helped the city attract tourists, and in turn, helped the country’s image abroad.
So what is the ‘Dark Moon’ doing in the city?
It’s no secret that Delhi’s night life is highly regulated.
But Delhi has managed to maintain the status quo in the past two decades.
Delhi’s streets are still heavily policed, but people are allowed to walk around in the evening.
And, for the most part, the people in the streets don’t even notice the rules, as there are no laws against public nudity.
As for the ‘ Dark Moon’, it’s been in the spotlight for years now.
The city has also been hosting ‘Dark Nights’ (or ‘Dark Days’) during the monsoon season.
The ‘Dark Night’ is a festival where people dress up in costume, perform songs and dance.
People also bring out candles to light up the night.
During the year, Delhi’s residents take to the streets to dance, take part in ‘Rohit Bhuyan’, and even perform some street songs.
But the most interesting part about these events are the costumes, which can range from colourful to downright disturbing.
For example, there was one particular costume that caught my eye in the first few years of the city.
It was a costume worn by a couple of women dressed as a couple in the street.
And it was absolutely terrifying.
The costumes have evolved over the decades, and they are now a mix of old and new.
For example, a few years ago, I was able to get my hands on one of these costumes from the ‘Yogies’ club, a group of Indian women who go to the dark nights of Delhi.
It is very unusual for them to wear masks, but they do.
So far, the costumes in the ‘Rooftop’ and ‘Pumpkins’ nights have also been created by members of the ‘Puppy Club’.
There is a big difference in the costumes from year to year, but this is because these costumes are made with all the ingredients that make up Indian food, so there is a lot of variation.
So, if you’re a fan of Delhi’s street life, this year is going to be a special one.
The dark nights are on, and there’s something for everyone.
The next time I visit Delhi, I will definitely be wearing this costume.
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