My second day in Goa, a tiny but strategic former Portuguese colony was animated. The well preserved churches and convents of Velha Goa which are aptly listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites presented yet another […]
Few snaps of Chauranginath temple in Goa. I was racing towards Reis Magos Fort after visiting Chapora Fort when I saw this temple and felt a sudden urge to explore it. As it was afternoon time, the […]
16th March, 2015: My second day in Goa started early with a visit to Mãe de Deus Church in Saligao. Popularly known as Saligao Church, it was built in 1873. Last night it was illuminated. […]
Chapel of St. Catherine is located adjacent to Basilica of Bom Jesus and behind the mill stones of gun powder factory. This chapel was originally built in 1510 to celebrate the victory of Portuguese General Afonso […]
Reis Magos Fort in Goa has been restored to its lost glory jointly by the Government of Goa, INTACH and Helen Hamlyn Trust.
The Chapel of Our Lady of the Mount was built in the year 1510 by Afonso de Albuquerque, a Portuguese general.
These mill stones were displayed adjacent to Basilica Of Bom Jesus. They were salvaged from a factory site at Paneli, Old Goa.
Se Cathedral is dedicated to Saint Catherine of Alexandria. It is the largest church in India and also one among the oldest. Se Cathedral has 8 chapels and 6 altars in addition to the main […]
Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception located in Panaji, Goa is “super white” and “wedding cake shaped”.
A toothsome mix of noodles and rice.