Village Lore

Lockdown Dairy: Fests & Zatras remembered

Goa’s quaint villages have unique festivals and celebrations that took a back seat during the lockdown that began in March 2020. Here’s a look at what the people of Goa missed out on during those months More +

Celebrating the earth on Chovoth

A self-sustaining home in Ponda with an eco-friendly Chaturthi celebration teaches us how to live in harmony with nature More +

A goldsmith and a worsmith

The tale of two cousins bound by a family trade and a passion for different arts More +

Festive Spirit at Raneche Zuem
Festive Spirit at Raneche Zuem

Despite the incessant rains that battered the little island in the Chapora river, the residents of Nadora village, North Goa, emerge victorious ahead of the prosperous Ganesh festival More +

Death and Revival of bakery
Death and Revival of bakery

The author traces the history of a refurbished bakery in Majorda, South Goa More +

Exploring the secrets of amboli
Exploring the secrets of amboli

Away from the cluster of tourist destruction, the hillstation on the Goa-Maharashtra border offers a charming and tranquil getaway More +

Dussehra's mysterious dance
Dussehra's mysterious dance

The Dhangar community in Goa gears up to ward off evil with their unique dance performance - Dussehra Nruth More +

Water Worlds
Water Worlds

Enjoy the cool gushing streams of the monsoons at 8 of Goa’s best waterfalls More +

Summers without sand
Summers without sand

Ditch your run-off-the-mill plans that involve beaches and head to these seven chill out zones that will make you forget the scorching heat More +

The creation on Carnival
The creation on Carnival

How the parade of fun and frolic began More +

Tales of Aguada and Tiracol
Tales of Aguada and Tiracol

As we celebrate Goa's Liberation on December 19, we look at two of the state’s forts that have been witness to accounts of daring escape and courageous sacrifice More +

Border to Border
Border to Border

Photojournalist Pantaleao Fernandes heads to the Sundarbans in West Bengal with the hope of spotting the Royal Bengal Tigers and experiences surreal and innumerable adventurous through the brackish waters of the world’s largest mangrove swamp More +

7 Rainy Escapes
7 Rainy Escapes

Get a bunch of your friends together to celebrate a festival or take a trip this monsoon season More +



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