CARNAVAL FLOAT PARADE ATTRACTS THOUSANDS ON DONA PAULA ROAD
Panaji (Goa) The stretch between Miramar and Dona Paula was flooded with people as the float parade was held this evening heralding Carnival festivities. The parade which was hosted by State Tourism Department was held along the seashore on the road connecting Miramar beach to Dona Paula near Panaji. The float parade was flagged off by…READ more..
EAT, DRINK AND ENJOY AS 4-DAY CARNIVAL BEGINS TODAY
Panaji (Goa): Colourful, decorated floats; dance and music are waiting to thrill the Goans as well as tourists with the four-day long Carnival set to commence this afternoon. King Momo Bruno Azaredo will declare the Carnival open in the State’s capital Panaji. For the very first time, the float parade in the city has shifted from its traditional route…READ more..
GOA FOOD AND CULTURAL FESTIVAL BEGINS IN PANAJI
PANAJI (Goa) The Goa Food and Cultural Festival got underway in the capital city on Friday amidst much fanfare and festivities with tourists and food fans thronging D. B Bandodkar Ground in large numbers. The five day Food and Cultural festival 2018 was inaugurated at the hands of Hon’ble Minister for Tourism, Mr. Manohar Ajgaonkar, the…READ more..
GOA: CARNAVAL FESTIVITIES TO START FROM FEB 10
PANAJI (GOA) The time to sway to the beats of the ramba samba and enjoy four days of fun and fiesta at Carnaval and five days of spices and flavours at the Food and Cultural festival are round the corner. The Department of Tourism, Government of Goa presents the highly anticipated, Goa Carnaval from 10th to 13th February and the Goa…READ more..
GOA: THOUSANDS OF DEVOTEES ATTEND RATH OF SRI MANGUESH
Ponda(Goa) The temple premises of Mangueshi temple echoed with the chants of Har Har Mahadev, on the early morning of February 2, when thousands of devotees attended the yearly Rath (pulling of chariot around the temple). The yearly Rath/Jatra of Sri Manguesh is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotees and mahajans of Sri Manguesh from in and around Goa come in…READ more..
GOA: KING MOMO WITH DANCING SHOES FOR CARNIVAL THIS TIME
Panaji (Goa) As the former Portuguese colony is getting ready for the Carnival festivities next month, the man who has been selected to play a role of King Momo during the four-day long celebration has been known for his dancing skill on the floats. Bruno Azaredo, a 57-year-old cosmetic developer, has been selected as a…READ more..
BRUNO AZAREDO IS THIS YEARS’ KING MOMO
Panaji (Goa) Goa is all set for its annual festival Carnaval 2018 to be held from February 10 to 13, 2018. The Hon’ble Minister for Tourism, Mr. Manohar Ajgaonkar along with all other officials and representatives from the government, Goa police, traffic police, municipal bodies have deliberated over the last few weeks to take stock of every minute…READ more..
GOA: ALL INDIA PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST FROM FEB 18 IN PANAJI
Panaji (Goa) Vinora Photography & Entertainment Solutions will be organising an all India photography contest from Feb 18 onwards at Kala Academy Panaji. The theme for the contest is- Emotions Through the Lens; Incredible Wildlife. The last date to submit the entries will be Feb 12. Those interested can send their entries to email@example.com. For more details contact 09922700708/ 09823019635.READ more..
GOA: DRAGONFLY PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION
Panaji (Goa) Foundation for Environment Research & Conservation in association with The Green Foundation, Pune and Voluntary Health Association of Goa will be organizing “Bhirmut” a dragonfly photography competition. The main objective of organizing this competition is to raise awareness among general public about the role dragonflies play in the ecosystem reads the press note issued by the organizers. The images have…READ more..
GOA: LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE IN GOA TO CELEBRATE ‘ABOLIM’
Panaji (Goa) After being lost to the modern world, Goa’s celebrated Abolim flowers is getting back into the limelight with the like-minded people working on a project to revive it. Abolim, which is scientifically known as Crossandra infundibuliformis has been notified as a state flower in early 70s because of its importance in State’s socio-cultural life. But over the time,…READ more..