The hooded dancers were clad in loose red body suits. The music at the 120-ft architectural milestone designed by noted architect Charles Correa filled the busy business hub with its lilting notes on a nippy Friday afternoon.
The cords were held by hooks attached to the designer iron scaffolding on the ledge of the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) building near the roof.
Their aerial act combined elements of modern dance, free-flowing body movements, acrobatics, mountaineering and a circus trapeze gymnastics.
Image: Members of Project Bandaloop, a group from San Francisco, USA, perform an arial dance on the glass and metal facade of LIC building in New Delhi on Nov 26, 2010.