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Essentialist and Epochalist Elements in Goan Popular Culture-A Case Study of Tiatr

Goan Popular Culture A Case Study of Tiatr Pramod Kale Among the numerous cultural performances of Goa partaking of both indigenous and European transplanted traditions the most popular and vibrantly alive is the Konkani language Tiatr; It is a form which is rooted in the working class and lower middle class Goan Catholic population living in Goa or outside expressing their trials and tribulations, hopes and aspirations.

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