Some Interesting Facts about 'Rave Parties'
Rave parties are parties where banned drugs laced with alcohol are taken freely with resultant adverse effects
The Ethos of a Rave party
The word Rave party has been in the news. It is word bandied about, yet very few are aware as to what it really means. There has been much hula bulla about a recent rave party at Juhu which was busted by the police. The convener of the party a man named Handa was arrested under the Narcotics act and all the participants were tested for blood and urine samples to detect the presence of any drugs.
Rave parties originated in Rome nearly 2500 years ago when Roman men of means partied with women slave and mistresses. It was not a simple party as at this party all the participants consumed intoxicating drugs and wine. The idea was to really enjoy the party and sex was always an issue as the slaves and mistresses frequently exchanged partners for sex.
Rave parties in the USA and India are also on the upswing. Generally they are organized at posh locations like star hotels or plush private residences. The fee for joining such a party is pretty high and can run into thousands of rupees. The convener of the party will make available whiskey and other drinks, but that is not all as the participants are also supplied banned drugs. These drugs are banned as they dull the senses and a man or woman is not aware of his or her actions once under the influence of these drugs. Such narcotic drugs are not only banned in India but in the USA and Europe as well. The popular ones have a background of hashish and marijuana.
Once the party commences the men women and girls all get together and enjoy alcohol laced with these drugs. The result is that all inhibitions are thrown to the winds as the participants allow themselves to further paths of pleasure. Petting, kissing and sex in the corner with different partners are not ruled out. Such parties carry on into the wee hours of the morning.
Rave parties are common in Pune, Mumbai and Bangalore and generally the organizers pay a hefty sum to the local police, but sometimes things run awry as happened in the recent rave party at Juhu.