WHY is Konkani such a difficult language to learn in Goa itself?

WHY is Konkani such a difficult language to learn in Goa itself? I’m sure almost anyone who has attempted to learn the language has come up a cropper, unless you learn it for years in school, have a sharp ability to learn new tongues, or you just heard so much of it that you somehow

A Treasure-Trove Of Knowledge: THE PANJIM LIBRARY

GOA is best known for its beaches, parties, casinos, churches, food and historical places that are no longer functional such as the Augustine Tower. Very few people know about the Krishnadas Shama Library in Panjim. Its looks are deceptive with glass walls and white paint, and one is bound to think ‘a library is the last

A Goa Few Care About

By Frederick Noronha  FOR a place so filled of history, culture and colour, Goa has a surprising limited number of vibrant coffee-table books that give a visual hint of its real-life riches. “Riches” is being used in the broadest possible sense. Not real estate, but culture, traditions, ancient wisdom, people and more. Some of the

My Wildlife Odyssey – A Photographic Journey

My Wildlife Odyssey – A Photographic Journey is a 100-page coffee-table book which is authored by Naitik Jain. This book contains photographs along with a brief description of the author’s journey across six national parks in India. These national parks are – Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Tadoba National Park, Jim Corbett National Park, Ranthambore National Park

Love Goa – Fiona Caulfield

‘Falling in love with a place is just as exciting as falling in love with a person. Your senses become engaged and you simply feel more alive…, ’Fiona Caufield, a brand expert and futurist writes at the beginning of her latest Love series guidebook. And as you flip through the pages of her Goa edition,