Protests are still raging on in the capital after the 23-year-old gangrape lost her life. Here are some unique protests that citizens were part of, to demand that the nation turns safer for its women.
Indian protestors covered themselves in clay and held weighing scales during a protest in New Delhi.
A sand artist Raj Kapoor paid homage to the Delhi gangrape victim at Sangam in Allahabad, after news of her death had the nation mourning.
Protesters wore black bands covering their foreheads and mouths in a peaceful protest against the incident.
A long white sheet was unraveled on the streets with people pouring out their grief and anger in ink and colour, remembering the victim.
A Sri Lankan activist places her signature on a banner in memory of an Indian gang rape victim, in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Indian artist Harwinder Singh Gill displays a sculpture in Amritsar welcoming the New Year with a somber message.
Indian protesters burn an effigy depicting rapists during a rally in New Delhi.
Kids were a part of the protest groups too. A media report highlighted the story of a 12-year-old boy named Dev, who distributed handmade chits to people on the streets with a message
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