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Nightlife of Youngsters

By Ria Gupta
Posted on :
1 August 2016
Posted on :
1 August 2016

"4 baj gaye lekin party abhi baki hai"

" arre abhi toh party shuru hui hai"

"sooraj duba hai yaro do ghut nashe ke maaro" 

"kudi Saturday Saturday krdi rehndi hai"

Sound familiar?  My mom always says " In our times songs were meaningful, look at your generation songs?!?" And I have always wondered how to tell my mom that these songs are the meaning of today's youth's life! 

NIGHTLIFE!!! Thanks to all the metro cities, cities that never sleep.  Life in metro cities isn't easy and not at all free. After the regular hectic routine everyday, everybody longs for a party.  So, that's how we found our pleasure in clubbing !  Dance, music, booze, good looking girls and guys - who would wanna miss all this

Asked whether they thought it was crucial for a modern city to have a nightlife, 46% said "Absolutely!" and another 41% said "Somewhat", meaning hardly anybody disagreed with the notion. The trend was the same across cities, though the degree of agreement only differed minutely.


The endless variety  of pubs, brew estates and clubs make it possible to meet the needs of almost all types of "party animals" .  To top it off, offers like " Free Entry for Couples" and "Girls Night" are a boon for the youth who wanna enjoy and still save some bucks. Life would be so gloomy without music and dance and clubs  provide them heartily . It's said that you can never know someone's potential until given a situation.  This is best demonstrated  by youngsters in their quest to find the best party places suitable for them.  No blog is left unread,  no google map is left un-searched to find the best spot. To make life easier,  various clubs now promote their offers & events online and also on paper.  So,  in a way nightlife is providing employment and jobs to many folks.  Photography has gained more popularity after clubbing kicked off - Who'd wanna miss being clicked after being dressed so chic ?   DJ's , marketing and advertisers flourish .  Late Night partying+ No vehicle = safe cab service. There, one more sector is benefited as well.




With all the good things about nightlife said , what about the other side of the coin?  Crimes that have increased?  How easily rape and molestation happen to young girls on the city streets late at night. Should a good night out make one end up in sobs?

Nightlife equals flashing lights, high base music, beautifully dressed up girls and handsome men, interactions, entertainment! Need of the hour is to understand that pure enjoyment is what nightlife is all about and not about misbehaving. 

Let the Cities not Sleep with never ending entertainment and not due to the crime scenes! 

Remember  friends, youth is beauty, lets not waste it in drugs, mishaps and crimes!  Let's remember to party and let party ;)  




Checkout Events High Parties & Nightlife pages for a great night out in BangaloreDelhi or Mumbai. 


Image Credits: pinterest.com , forum.djtechtools.com, tahoesouth.com



About The Author
Ria Gupta

Hey everyone, i am Ria,  a third year Btech student or in short "an engineer in making".  But honestly  i have no technical interests as an engineer  should have.  I am a 19 year old fun loving  girl who loves to chit chat, dance and do a-lot of fun an frolic.  I strongly believe in "do what pleases your heart" and "say no to the things that your conscious doesn't allow". 

Talking about obsessions, i am a fitness freak and always carry on with swimming in summers and running in winters to keep myself  in shape. Being a punjabi i am a foodie and love tasting a-lot of different cuisines. And yes i have some soft corner for army men and would love to be with one. I would love to work my life according to my favourite quote, "take a risk, take a chance, make a change and break away!" 


Hey everyone, i am Ria,  a third year Btech student or in short "an engineer in making".  But honestly  i have no technical interests as an engineer  should have.  I am a 19 year old fun loving  girl who loves to chit chat, dance and do a-lot of fun an frolic.  I strongly believe in "do what pleases your heart" and "say no to the things that your conscious doesn't allow". 

Talking about obsessions, i am a fitness freak and always carry on with swimming in summers and running in winters to keep myself  in shape. Being a punjabi i am a foodie and love tasting a-lot of different cuisines. And yes i have some soft corner for army men and would love to be with one. I would love to work my life according to my favourite quote, "take a risk, take a chance, make a change and break away!"