If any person asks you to pay him the money beforehand, then try and avoid him because this might be a trap.
Apart from this, one must definitely check out the genuineness of the sex worker along with her hygiene and health. Road (full name Garstin Bastion Road) is a road from Ajmeri Gate to Lahori Gate in Delhi, India, parallel to the railway lines.
Prostitutes and sex workers in Delhi are mostly seen in the GB Road area.
The sex workers and prostitutes here charge an amount somewhere between 2000 INR to 10,000 INR and the price might tend to increase if the client is opting for some more premium services along with other added services.
Many of the women are from Commonwealth of Independent States countries and most are believed to have been victims of human trafficking.
Due to the demand for foreign prostitutes in the city, women from former Soviet Republic countries working as prostitutes are sold for three to four times higher than Indian prostitutes, according to media reports.
There are these guys called "service provider"s (SP), and you can try to contact them first and ask what kind of girls do they can offer.
Service providers in India are pretty much the same than escort agencies or pimps in western countries.
And apart from that there is a regular crowd consisting mostly of the patent clients. Road is very dirty for western standards and not the most hygienic area on Earth.
They can be often seen if an individual passes by the GB Road in Delhi. There are thousands of poor girls living and working in these buildings along the road.
These are some of the most important points to be kept in mind when it comes to sex scene and prostitution in Delhi. It is lined with two or three-storey buildings that have shops on ground floor.
About twenty of these buildings have about 100 Brothels on the first floor that comes alive at night after the shops at ground level close. The road's name was officially changed to Swami Shradhanand Marg in 1966.
Weekend getaways and travel escorts costs up to 87 (100,000 Rupees).