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The famous church of Goa which has the relics of St. Francis Xavier, who was a follower of Jesus Christ. His relics are kept in a glass coffin at the right side of the altar. People from all around the world come to this church to see the relics of St. Francis Xavier. The Basilica is crowded during the month of November and December, especially the 3rd of December which is the feast of St.…

If you are wishing to visit Goa during Monsoon season then you must know the waterfalls of Goa which you can visit with friends and family. Various Waterfalls of Goa 1. Tambdi Surla Falls, Goa Absolutely breathe taking and pristine, Tambdi Surla Falls is an incredible place for nature lovers. Not only is the waterfall a sight to behold, but the hike to it is also a worthy experience. As the cascade is within Bhagwan…

5-Star hotels in Goa 1. Taj Exotica Taj Exotica In luxury’s own lap at Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Goa, embrace the languid and laid-back life that is so characteristic of this sunny beach state. Located in Benaulim on the southwest coast of Goa and overlooking the Arabian Sea, this Mediterranean-inspired resort will slow down your time to a tranquil tempo. Forty minutes away from the airport, the resort sprawls over 56 acres of lush…

The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) reckoned as one of Asia’s oldest and India’s biggest film festival. Since its inception in 1952, IFFI has aimed to nurture and inspire Indian cinema and introduce it to the world outside as well as the many audiences that coexist in this vast and diverse country. The glorious state of Goa has hosted this esteemed festival since 2004, through the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG), the nodal agency appointed by the Government. Although the festival organized by…

Museums in Goa Goa State Museum, Panaji Goa State Museum  State Archaeology Museum is where the state of Goa preserves its archaeological and historical heritage and shows it off too. Antiquities, art objects, and objects of cultural importance make it to the hall of fame here at the Goa State Museum, as it is popularly known. At present the museum sports over two dozen galleries. These are the galleries for lottery machines, sculpture, Christian art, printing history, religious expression, cultural anthropology, contemporary…

If your are wishing to visit Goa during Monsoon season then you must know this waterfalls of Goa which you can visit with friends and family. Various Waterfalls of Goa 1. Tambdi Surla Falls, Goa Absolutely breathe taking and pristine, Tambdi Surla Falls is an incredible place for nature lovers. Not only is the waterfall a sight to behold, but the hike to it is also a worthy experience. As the cascade is within Bhagwan…

1. Kneeboarding Kneeboarding If you are familiar with water skiing and wake boarding, then knee boarding will not be totally new for you. Knee boarding just another twist to the more common water sport of water skiing that uses a piece of board while being pulled by a speed boat. The board used in this thrilling water activity, called a Knee Board and has a customized slot to place your knees in for better stability.…

Hello guys , today’s article on Goan Culture wich will help you to know some of the Goan culture in basic. Introduction The smallest state of India needs no introduction because this honeypot tourist destination attracts over 63 hundred thousand visitors every year! A former Portuguese colony, Goa is also fondly known as the ‘Rome of the East’. Goa as we know it is exactly how anyone in the country would describe it too, beaches,…

Ganesh Chaturthi ( known as “Chovoth”) the biggest festival of Goa, and it celebrated lavishly. It is the most auspicious and important festival of the Hindu community in Goa. . Ganesh Chaturthi in Goa usually falls on the 4th day of Bhadarva of Hindu calendar in August/September. Ganesh Celebration Ganesh Chaturthi in Goa , symbolized by the worship of clay idols of Lord Ganesha. Its celebrated for a minimum of two days and can go…

Goa Carnival Festival Goa Carnival is the most famous festival in the state and has been celebrating since the 18th century as a precursor to the abstinence of Lent. The ‘Carnival’ is exclusive, unique to Goa and was introduced by the Portuguese who ruled over Goa for over five hundred years. Huge colourful parades take over the state’s cities with bands, floats and dances, while the evenings mean serious partying wherever you are. Try not…