Place: South India,
Metropolitan, Year: 2017; Night Time.
Size: 1-2 cm (Very Tiny)
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It's 'Indian skipper'. Family :Hesperiidae. Source: http://abeautiful-butterflys.blogspot.in/2010/04/hesperiidae-butterflies-of-india.html
Definitely a moth; possible families are Pyralidae, Crambidae, or Thyrididae (Window-Winged Moths); the first two listed (Snout Moths) are less likely and would be eliminated if a photograph showing the front of the head were available and it turned out that the palps were not elongate and projecting.