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Vasco City – Its Own Identity

Vasco City – Its Own Identity

Vasco City – Its Own Identity

As the name suggests, Vasco-da-Gama city inherited its name from the Portuguese explorer and the former viceroy, Vasco-da-Gama and is locally known as Vasco. Located at close proximity to Mormugao harbor and Zuari River, the city was originally called Sambhaji. This coastal town came under Portuguese rule in 1543 A.D. and evolved as a leading export-import trade center for India on a global platform.

The city was founded in 1543 and remained in Portuguese hands until 1961, when Goa was annexed by India. The Indian Navy’s Goa Naval Area (base) is located at Vasco from which it controls Dabolim Airport and, in effect, the entire tourism-dependent state of Goa. The historic ‘Document of surrender’ was signed by the Portuguese in front of Vasco’s municipal council building.

The primary town of Vasco is ordered in a straight line by parallel roads which are interconnected by lanes. The city of Vasco-da-Gama is fundamentally a shipping center, and plays an integral role in the economy of Goa. The port of Mormugao – one of India’s natural harbors – lays 4 kms from the middle of the city of Vasco. The Mormugao port conducts and operates container vessels and iron ore barges carrying ores and minerals to the countries Japan and Korea.

Vasco is the only city in Goa which is well connected by road, rail, sea and air; by road – the National Highway 17A. Arriving by bus from Panjim or Margao, you’ll be dropped off at the Interstate Kadamba Terminus, 3-km east of the town center.  By rail by the South Western Railway station at the south end of the main Dr. Rajendra Prasad Avenue. By the sea through the Mormugao Harbor and by air through Dabolim Airport – 4-km southeast of Vasco da Gama thus serving as the main hub for most tourists visiting the state of Goa.

Being a business city, Vasco da Gama boasts of better than average hotels. Most are plush mid-range places, although there are several lodges near the railway station. Best of the budget hotels are available on the Dattatreya Deshpande Road. The more upscale one’s are situated at Pe Jose Vaz Road, currently offers the best value for money among Vasco’s many modern mid-range places. The plush variety – complete with full air-conditioning, bars, restaurants and a gym – are located on Swatantra Path. Rangoli restaurant offers good food, with live music some evenings and The Vasco Inn Specializes in sea-food, Goan, Indian, and Chinese.

Originally Vasco da Gama was founded by Portuguese during their rule in Goa in the year 1543 and within the short period it was established as Western India’s busiest ports of all. Today at Sada, you see just remnants of the ramparts, actually it was the fort built by Portuguese in the same century after establishing Vasco as Western India’s Port to control smooth operation of shipping, sailing in Zuari River.

The forts importance came in place in the year 1685, when King Sambhaji of the Marathas attacked at Old Goa and the all the people were shifted here at this fort for safety purpose. However the fort had to be abandoned, since the Mormugao was supposed to declare as Capital of the Portuguese Colony of Goa. The fort was built at the tip of the land jutting into the Arabian Sea.  At Sada on the base of it lies a small beach, it is a beautiful beach, with relatively little crowd. And on the in the hillside lies a fresh – water spring flowing throughout the year. This is a gorgeous site to visit and relax.

One can also visit the Pilot Point at Headland Sada. Witness the breathtaking view of the Zuari River meeting the Arabian Sea as well as of the port. From Pilot Point, tourists get an amazing view of the city and the Mormugao Harbor. But during monsoons, going uphill can be quite tricky as the terrain gets slippery.

To reach the Japanese Garden, on top of the Mormugao Ridge, you need to walk further up from the Pilot Point. In this garden, maintained by the Mormugao Port Trust, you can see ruins of the Fortaleza Santa Catarina. Huge walls of the fort, which was of strategic importance during the colonial period, enclose the garden.  It is in a hill top facing the ocean. The route to the garden from the Vasco station, gives a good view of the ships in the ocean in the goan ship yard on your right hand side. It is seated in a beautiful calm place. You can sit on top and watch the ocean, or walk down to a temple at the shore. There is a side walk that takes you to the navy apartments nearby. It is not a usual tourist spot. It is very quiet and calm in the day time and the ideal time to visit would be early mornings or evenings.

Eight kilometers southeast of Vasco da Gama and 4 km from Dabolim Airport, Bogmalo Beach is a small and exclusive beach made all the more attractive by the green hills surrounding it from three sides. Bogmalo Beach Resort, a five-star hotel, dominating Bogmalo is a favorite haunt of tourists. This beach is also the hub for various kinds of water sports.
Baina, Hollant and Grandmother’s Hole are also famous beaches. The Grandmother’s Hole beach derives its name from the fact that tourists have to squeeze through a tiny opening in the Fortaleza Santa Catarina Fort ruins to access this beach. The beach is actually small in size, but it’s completely natural, not commercialized by shacks and is one of the prettiest little parts of Goa and Vasco.

The Naval Aviation museum close to the Bogmalo Breach makes for an amazing afternoon visit away from the heat and beaches and offers insightful displays of Goa’s naval history right from Portuguese times. It beautifully showcases the evolution of Indian Naval aircrafts over the years. The museum showcases the history of Indian Naval Aviation, various aircrafts, weapons, sensors, safety equipment, rare photographs depicting Goa’s liberation and artifacts. The museum has numerous rooms, each with its own significance. The armament room exhibits bombs and torpedoes. The safety equipment room has the complete flying gear of a pilot. There is also a rare collection of photographs on the liberation of Bangladesh in 1971. The Archive Hall showcases the model of the ship.

Shri Durgamata Shiv Mandir is another attraction. It is a white shrine, with a rose-coloured shikhar. Just across is a Shiva shrine and there is also a small Cross, a short distance away. Legend says that the temple was built after Goddess Durga appeared in the dreams of a man who had come from Orissa in search of his brother.

The Zuari River is commercially important to Goa for barge transport. It provides green mangroves on both banks teeming with birdlife and the calls of the young ones! Catch the sunrise on the waters from your kayak as you silently glide along to the waking calls of the birds and hear temple bells and morning prayers, herald the new day!

Like all towns and cities in Goa, Vasco celebrates the Shigmo and Carnival annually with a street parade where floats from all over Goa participate. The Saptah festival, a 15-day long celebration, is held in August and is celebrated in a traditional manner at the Damodar Temple.

The center of Vasco city can be termed as the focal point of the city with its grand Municipal market. Numerous leather, textile and jewelry stores adorn the Municipal market while a long string of eateries and music shops lend their festive side to the place. The market also boasts of some designer garments, electronics goods and cosmetics stores, which offer good quality items at affordable prices. You can also buy the traditional Goan handicrafts from some of these. The shops in the Municipal market are open between 9 am – 1 pm & 2 pm – 8 pm.

Every year, around 30 cruise ships dock at the Mormugao Port. Tourists can go for a quick tour of the beaches on these cruises.
With its perfect amalgamation of business as well as leisure options, Vasco da Gama is one of the most visited cities in Goa. While on the one hand, it boasts of sun-kissed beaches, swaying trees and refreshing sunshine, it also houses Goa’s only airport, the Mormugao port as well as a naval base, making it an important commercial hub. Thus Vasco has its own Identity in its own way.


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Ponda City

Ponda City

Ponda City 

Sometimes you just got to go back to renew your faith and what better a place than Ponda, a home to a number of artistic temples. Ponda is the gateway to returning to your spirituality, opening new doors, gaining new insight, finding that strength that you’ve been in need for so long.

Ponda is 28 kms south east of Panjim and 17 kms north east of Margao. Ponda is connected to Panjim and Margao via non-stop mini-bus shuttle bus services that you queue up for at the Kadamba bus terminus.


In the heat of Portuguese religious intolerance centuries ago, Ponda was a safe haven for hindus fleeing Portuguese religious based persecution, in times when Ponda was ruled by local feudatories of the Vijaynagar Kingdom or the Bijapur sultanate. This accounts for the large number of temples resettled from Salcetteand in and around Ponda. These makeshift temples were slowly renovated as the hindus gained prosperity.

All these temples with all their intricate architecture is truely enchanting and demands to be admired. Some of these beautifully constructed temples are: Shantadurga is a popular deity, and at Kavlem, in the Taluka of Ponda itself, is a unique temple complex devoted to her. In her unique form, as a Durga of peace as her name suggests, Shantadurga is seen as the goddess who mediates between Vishnu and Shiva.ponda NagueshiTemple6

Bandora village (4 kms from Ponda town) is home to the temple of Mahalaxmi. It has a gallery of images, a rare collection of wooden images of Lord Vishnu in India. Mahalaxmi is considered to be a peaceful (‘satvik’) form of the deity. Naguesh is the temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, in the village of Bandora. This temple is known for its wood carvings on Ramayana events, among others.


The Manguesh temple — almost equidistant from Panjim (22 km) and Margao (26 km) at Priol – sits on a hillock surrounded by green. This temple is dedicated to lord Shiva.

At Mardol, barely 1 km from the Mangueshi temple, is the Mahalsa temple. The deity worshipped is an attribute of Vishnu — Mohini during the fight between the devas and the asuras.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Vijayadurga  temple is nearly 400 years old and has unique architectural features. There is a beautiful lake adjacent to the temple complex. There is facility for tourists to stay within the temple complex and the rooms can be booked while visiting the temple. Vegetarian g=food is served for lunch and dinner and payment for this is voluntary.


Ponda Safa_MasjidThe Safa Masjid on the national highway, west of town is the largest of Goa ’s 26 mosques and built by Ibrahim Adi Shah in 1560. It has a simple rectangular chamber on a low plinth, with a pointed pitched roof, very much in the local architectural style, although the cupped arches are distinctly Bijapuri.

These are just a few temples mentioned. There are various temples to visit and look around and be spellbound. On this pilgrimage, here is a list of hotels you can stay at: Hotel Atish, Farmagudi Hill Resort (a GTDC resort), Central Tourist Home, Geetashram Lodging & Boarding, Hill View Motel, Navayug Lodging & Boarding, Hotel Menino, so many options to choose from.

Ponda is not just made up of temples, tourists have a lot more to sightsee. Ponda is the gateway to Goa’s wildlife sanctuaries, both the Bondla and the Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, and also to the Dudhsagar Waterfalls. The nearby Butterfly Conservatory of Goa attracts nature enthusiasts. It is at Pisgal, Priol, and very close to the Tropical Spice Plantation.

ponda Bondla-Zoo-GoaBondla wild life sanctuary is also widely popular amongst the tourist. A small, 8 sq. kms sanctuary at the foot of the hills of the Western Ghats has a mini zoo that guarantees sightings of Goa ’s wild life in natural surroundings and also offers short elephant rides. The park also has an attractive botanical garden setting and a 2.4km nature trail with water holes, a lake and a tree top observation tower.

 This trip will leave you relaxed and tension free. You will be breathing a new life, feeling pure and closer to God. Come and experience the change. 

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Panjim City – The Land That Never Floods

Panjim City – The Land That Never Floods

Panjim City – The Land That Never Floods


Panaji means “land that never floods”. It has terraced hills, concrete buildings with balconies, red-tiled roofs, churches, and a riverside promenade. There are avenues lined with gulmohar, acacia and other trees. The Baroque Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church is located overlooking the main square known as Praça da Igreja. Pretty villas, cobbled streets and interesting buildings give Panaji a Portuguese ambience. The official name is Panaji. The Portuguese name was Pangim. The city is called Panjim in English. The city is called ponnjé in Konkani.

Panjim City

Panjim City at Sunset

Panjim is the capital of the Indian state of Goa and the headquarters of North Goa district. It lies on the banks of the Mandovi River estuary in Tiswadi taluka. With a population of 114,405 in the metropolitan area, Panaji is Goa’s largest city, ahead of Margao and Vasco da Gama. Panaji has various vāde or sub-divisions, some of which are São Tomé, Fontainhas, Mala, Portais, Altinho, Cortin, Praça da Igreja, Tar (near the ferry wharf), Bāzār, Japão (near Don Bosco), and Boca de Vaca. Some areas outlying it are Cāmpāl, Santa Inez, Chinchollem, Batulem, and Pātto. Besides lying on the banks of the Mandovi River, Panaji is bounded by two creeks, locally called pői in the singular, namely Ourém and Santa Inêz.

The capital of Goa was once little more than a minor landing stage and customs house – protected by a hilltop fort, and surrounded by stagnant swampland. In 1843 the city had been renamed Nova Goa (Portuguese for New Goa) when it officially replaced the city of Goa (now Old Goa) as the administrative seat of Portuguese India, though the Viceroy had already moved there in 1759. Panaji was annexed by India with the rest of Goa and the former Portuguese territories in the invasion of 1961. Panaji became a state-capital on Goa’s elevation to statehood in 1987. Between 1961 and 1987, it was the capital of the Union Territory of Goa, Daman and Diu. A new Legislative Assembly complex was inaugurated in March 2000, across the Mandovi River, in Alto Porvorim.

Panjim Church

Panjim Church

The heart of the city is the Praça da Igreja (Church Square) or Municipal Garden with the Portuguese Baroque Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church, originally built in 1541. Other tourist attractions include the old and rebuilt Adilshahi Palace (or Idalçao Palace), dating from the sixteenth century, the Menezes Braganza Institute, the Mahalaxmi Temple, the Jama Masjid mosque, the Chapel of St. Sebastian and the Fontainhas area—which is considered to be the old Latin Quarter—as well as the nearby beaches of Miramar and Dona Paula and Bambolim. Hanuman Mandir at Malā on the hill top (Altinho) and its annual zatrā festival in February are a major attraction of Panaji.


One can reach Panjim by the Dabolim Airport, situated at a distance of around 35 km from the heart of the city, Karmali Railway Station, located at approximately 10 km towards the east of this city, is its closest railway station and winding highways connect this city to the state of Maharashtra towards north and Karnataka towards south. Kadamba Bus Stand in Panjim is one of the major bus terminals in the city from where buses are run by K. T. C.

Panaji’s spiritual, as well as geographical center is its gleamingly picturesque main church. Well-known places in Panaji are the 18th June Road (a busy thoroughfare in the heart of the town and a shopping area for tourists and locals), Mala area, Miramar beach and the Kala Academy (a cultural center known for its structure built by architect Charles Correa). The Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is a bird sanctuary located in the village of Chorão, near Panaji and it plays host to rare and endangered bird species—both migratory and resident. Also located near Panaji, is the Goa Science Centre which was opened to the public in December 2001. For anyone interested in checking out the incredibly clear night skies over Goa, the local branch of the Association of Friends of Astronomy has a public observatory. The local enthusiasts are only too happy to welcome visitors and explain what you’re looking at. The view of Panaji by night is lovely, especially around dusk. At the northwest corner of the Azad Maidan, the Menezes Braganza Institute and the city’s Central Library, the oldest public library in India, occupy part of the old buildings that were once the Portuguese army headquarters. On the west side of the Azad Maidan, the Institute Menezes Braganza houses Panaji Central Library and is worth popping into to see the pretty blue-and-white azulejos (glazed ceramic-tile compositions) in the entrance hall.

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The Municipal Garden or Church square is the beautifully maintained rectangular park that was originally built in 1541 and still comprises the heart of the city of Panjim. One can enjoy reading a book under the trees or spend an evening with family. A recent addition to the park is the Ashoka Pillar, India’s national symbol. A Historical Landmark Formally known as Idalcao Palace, built during the 14th century by Sultan Adil Shah of Bijapur, the last Indian ruler in Goa. Now, it is the oldest surviving building in Panaji and houses the secretariat.

The State museum offers an eclectic collection of Christian art, Hindu and Jain sculpture and bronze statues, and paintings from across India. The museum additionally exhibits an elaborately carved table used in the Goa Inquisition and an antique pair of rotary lottery machines!

As for entertainment in Panjim city, there are a wide range of options available depending on one’s likes.
Sun set boat cruise – A host of floats sets out each evening just before sunset to ply the Mandovi waters and entertain tourists with nothing more sophisticated than the view, a beer or two and a dash of traditional Goan dancing.
There is a Goa By Night bus tour, which includes a river cruise. It also offers a whole bevy of day-long bus tours.
One can visit the Kala Acadamy on the west side of the city at Campal is Goa’s premier cultural center, which features a program of dance, theatre, music and art exhibitions throughout the year. Many shows are in Konkani, but there are occasional English-language productions. Casino Goa – Aboard a small luxury ship, the MV Caravela, moored at the Panaji jetty, opposite Hotel Mandovi, is a live gaming casino.
The Casa Menenez Bar and Top Gear Pub are two of the many bars to enjoy a relaxing night out with a glass of beer.
INOX Cinema is comfortable, plush multiplex cinema shows Hollywood and Bollywood blockbusters alike.
Goa Marriott Resort, Cidade De Goa, Hotel Fidalgo and Hotel Mandovi are some of the lovely hotels situated in the heart of the city.

One can take a stroll around Panjim’s old Latin Quarter and heritage district called Fontainhas. It transfers you back into the Portuguese days since it has retained its old charm and character.
The “Azad Maidan Square’ houses a beautiful pavilion with classical Corinthian columns and is a place for political and cultural programmes.
18th June Road at the heart of Panaji is a shop-lined paradise if you’re seeking brand name clothing at knockdown prices, whilst a web of side streets are packed with smaller stores selling everything from local handicrafts to precious gems.
Customs House in Panjim
Sign up for the Panjim Heritage Walk and a walk down memory lane! Starts at Tobacco Square, The Casa De Moeda (Mint House), The Tobacco house, meanders through the ward of Sao Tome, through Corte de Oeteiro to the Catholic dominated precinct of Fontainhas, Chapel Of Saint Sebastian, Welcomheritage Panjim Pousada (a restored 100 year old Hindu home), Welcomheritage The Panjim Inn (an over 100 year old Catholic home, also a heritage hostelry) and finally through the Hindu dominated ward of Mala culminating at Fonte Phoenix. The best way to experience Panjim is to take a walk or just watch the sunset on the long boulevard along River Mandovi’s edge.

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Margao City – The Old Worldly Charm

Margao City – The Old Worldly Charm

Margao City – The Old Worldly Charm


Surrounded by fertile farmland, the town of Margao was once a major religious centre, with dozens of wealthy temples and dharmshalas (dormitories). Margao has an old-worldly charm about it because of its Portuguese churches, and some magnificent specimens of old Portuguese houses complete with shady balcaos (porches) and oyster-shell windows in its Borda area.

Margao City

The Largo de Igreja, or the Church of the Holy Spirit as it is also known, dominates the entrance to the city, just north of the Municipal Garden square. Just within walking distance of the Church, is the famous “House of Seven Gables” or “Sat Burzam Ghor”. The famous Colva Beach is just 6 kms away from Margao.

The name Margaon is regarded a derivative of Mathgram which literally means ‘the village of temples.’ After the Portuguese invasion, the temples gave way to the spawning of majestic churches and palaces.

The present Margao town exudes a quaint charm with its landscape speckled with fine specimens of Portuguese architecture. The main town square known as the Praca Jorge Baretto houses most of the offices and prominent buildings. The Church Square, called the Largo de Igreja, features the Church of the Holy Spirit and other monuments. One can take a walk and notice the Portuguese houses situated around Margao. Next to the Holy Spirit Church Square, further up the road, is the palatial “Saat Buruzanchem Ghor” of the Silvas. The Holy Spirit Church Square opens with the reddish maroon heritage house of the Alvares. The heritage houses in this square have been witness to the 21st September 1890 incident in which 23 people were shot during the elections. One of the heritage houses even bears the bullet marks from this shooting incident on its façade. Most of the Indo-Portuguese architectural style heritage houses located on the Abade Faria Street or in the Holy Spirit Church Square were built in the 19th and early 20th century. Many of them are even older, built in the late 18th century.

Tourists traveling to Margao also visit the nearby Colva beach for a tranquil beach vacation. Local private buses to Colva and surrounding villages make stops at various places inside the town. Long distance buses to Panaji, Vasco and destinations outside Goa, stop and leave from the main Kadamba Bus Stand, 3 km away on the outskirts of the town.

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Margao Railway Station is Goa’s biggest and most important as it is a railway junction positioned at the intersection of the Konkan Railway and the South Western Railway. It is situated just 2 km east of city centre.

Being Goa’s largest and most connected railway junction makes Margao the gateway to south Goa. The city is replete with various sights and attractions such as the Anna Fonte or the famous natural springs, the Church of Holy Spirit, the Monte Hill chapel and mansion and the Margao municipal garden. The city suburbs such as the Pajifond, Gogol, Navelim and Comba present various religious and tourist attractions. The famous St Sebastian chapel which is situated in Aquem, the ‘Damodar Mandir (Saal), the ‘Hari Temple’ as well as the ‘Maruti Mandir’ and the ‘Saibaba Temple’ at Davorlim are a must visit in the city of Margoa.

Nestled on the banks of the River Sal, Margao is among the oldest recorded towns in Goa. One of the fastest growing cities in Goa, its fast growing suburbs include Aquem, Fatorda, Gogol, Borda, Davorlim, Comba and Navelim – the last two being the oldest parts of the city.

In early centuries it was termed as Goa’s second best city after the Capital Panjim city, but today Margao is the biggest city of Goa. It is the busiest city, lively and full of crowds, having one of the largest markets with huge variety in Goa. Even in the early days of it’s this place was famous for beautiful site scenes, exotic locations, lovely built temples and for many more wonderful things.

Margao in pre-Portuguese times was one of the important settlements in Salcete and known as Matha Grama (the village of Mathas) as it was a temple town with nine Mathas in temple schools. The Holy Spirit Church Margao was the first and only church to be built in Margao. Its replacement in 1579 was destroyed by raiders along with the seminary that had been built alongside it. The present church was built in 1675.

The initial settlement of Margao grew from the site of the ancient Damodar Temple. The original temple was demolished and the temple tank was filled up to be replaced by the Holy Spirit church and church grounds .The deity Damodar (a form of Lord Shiva) was carried across the Zuari Agranashini river to the Novas Conquistas in which the Sonde rulers resided. While the western side of the Church developed as a market place, the settlement grew on the eastern side, that is, the Borda region, with the church at its core and extended outwards.

Margao City2

Some of the city suburbs include Pajifond, Aquem, Gogol, Borda, Malbhat, Kharebandh, Old Market, Navelim and Comba, the last two being the oldest parts of the city. The historic structures of Margao built during the Portuguese period are the Hospicio (hospital), Muncipal building, Saat Buruzanchemghor of the Silvas at Borda, the centrally located garden, Aquem Pandava Chapel, its Holy Spirit Church Square lined with beautifully Portuguese style homes and also on the Abade Faria road. Other famous historic temples of Margao are the famous Hari Mandir and vltthal Mandir known all over Goa for its Dindi festival, the Damodar sal.

Margao hosts many schools and colleges. Loyola High School (Goa) near Old Bus Stand is a Jesuit-run school and is one of the oldest in Margao. The other educational institutes in Margao include St. Joseph High School at Aquem, Presentation Convent (for girls), Fatima Convent (for girls), and Perpetual Convent High School Located in Navelim. Margao also hosts Goa’s largest Nehru sports stadium, where one can run into popular off-monsoon evening football matches, and even the occasional international cricket Test match. Some of the theatres in Margao include the Gomant Vidya Niketan, OSIA Multiplex, Vishant and Lata; in addition to Goa’s biggest theater, the Metropole. There are numerous hotels present in the heart of the city that provides easy access to tourists wanting a taste of the city life. The various supermarkets and shops in and around the city are a great convenience to the locals and tourists too.

Margao is crowded and hot, but it’s worth seeing! The hustle and bustle is quite incredible.


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