Performative Politics and the Cultures of Hinduism: Public Uses of Religion in Western India

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Permanent Black, 2003 - Religion - 306 pages
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This Book Deploys The Ganapati Utsava, A Major Festival And Religio-Cultural Event To Study The Variety And Cultural Diversity Of Contemporary Hinduism And Their Complex Histories. An Outstanding Monograph Which Will Interest Every Serious Student Of Indian Politics, Cultural History And Anthropology.

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