The city of Bangalore has become a center for high-technology research and production, the new “Silicon Valley” of India. It is also the site of the very popular annual performance called the “Karaga” dedicated to Draupadi, the polyandrous wife of the heroes of the pan-Indian epic of the Mahabharata. Through her analysis of this performance and its significance, Smriti Srinivas highlights cultural practices embedded in urbanization, and moves beyond economistic arguments about globalization.
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