Ever since its first edition in 2013, the Magnetic Fields festival in Alsisar, Rajasthan, has become an important part of the cultural calendar. A motley crew of electronic musicians from across the world takes over the palace dungeons and stages during the three-day-long festival that was founded by Sarah and Munbir Chawla, who run the music blog and label Wild City. Abhimanyu Alsisar, the scion of the royalty of Alsisar in Rajasthan is the proud co-organiser of the annual electronic festival Magnetic Fields held at his heritage hotel Alsisar Mahal. In its fourth edition, the festival saw a footfall of 3,000 people this year, which is quite a high number for a hipster festival. Here is a look at what the festival offered this time around.
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