Junglie (from Urdu: جنگلی - lit. "Wild"; i.e. 'wild man' or 'ill-mannered person') refers to a member of the British Asian youth subculture that emerged in the 1960s and 1970s in major cities of the UK including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff and Glasgow.
The term was oiriginaly used to describe British Asian youths in the early 1960s who would go to "raves," and often drink Jack Daniels bottled sour mash whiskey, while they where not raving they where known to take part in marijuana and hashish smoking. The would often sport Italian leather (often Gucci) and American denim (often Levis) as well as other popular designers such as Pierre Cardin.