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For the most part, nightlife in New Delhi consists of wandering down to your hotel bar. However, the scene is slowly evolving, especially in the artists’ colony at Hauz Khas Village, where trendy rooftop bars bounce to the beat of international DJs. Whether you’re sipping on a Bloody Indian — a signature cocktail made with Old Monk Rum — at Living Room, a glass of red wine at Grey Garden or a cold beer at La Bohème, this funky neighborhood is an ideal place to lose yourself in metaphysical conversation and stunning sunsets. If the night still feels young, the popular Mumbai nightclub blueFROG has recently opened a branch near the Qutub Minar monument. This live music venue features local and global jazz, techno and fusion acts, while adhering to a strict “no-Bollywood” playlist.