Although Panaji is the capital, it is also the forgotten city of Goa state with the blue sea, white sand, and sunshine in India. When visiting the place, tourists will surprise with an ancient corner of Panaji, where Catholic churches are prized, crowded with lambs, lay people and even cheerleaders awaiting Christmas in the main Hindu country. Therefore, the post will explore the pretty paradise with you.
1 The land does not flood
It is a land of beautiful riches, not until 1961, the Portuguese returned to India, which had long been independent of shaking 1947. Located at the mouth of the Mandovi River, which flows into the Arabian Sea, Panaji dialects are the “domain” meaning the land is never flooded. “Furthermore, situated on the hills, the old town not only looked down on each Mandovi line but it was also surrounded by Ourem tributaries, Santa Inez, many countries, so much rain that kept going green.
If you have a chance to visit the place in winter, you can admire the beauty of Poinciana when blooming.
Furthermore, when climbing the hills looking down, reddish brown tiles intermingled the coconut trees to stop, glittering the river around the wind will make you fall in love with the place immediately. Especially, the state of the street in the deserted empty grass jubilantly before the alley put on the window, the side of the beautiful house, many colors to understand why some visitors pay tribute “a small corner of paradise India “for Panaji.
2 Colorful relic’s area
It has been honored by UNESCO as a historical and cultural monument, not only because of its privileged nature but also by Panaji as a respected Lisbon, thanks to the old architecture preserved and promoted. Besides the religious harmony is the ancient religious architecture preserved in the old and properly restored. Furthermore, the baroque Catholic churches are elegant when they lie next to the large square when they are enclosed in small, cobblestone streets. They are less common in India. The native Goa, the Portuguese descendants, the hippy flock to Goa in the 1960s shared the love of the red, yellow, orange, green through the painting of the houses. The sharp contrast to the Catholic Church is the Hindu temple when the roses are bright orange. The indigenous architecture of Goa, with its many domed, curved domed towers, is elaborately carved, with Hindu temples often located on the hills of the green gardens that add color to Panaji, which has no shortage of colors. Perhaps thanks to the white window frame with the clamshell press, the green patches of grass and the low-rise town house architecture, square red tile roofs centered on the connection which is often sunk in the middle of the green tree.
The end of the day, Panaji is often a river cruise, also to reward a day of pillow wandering up and down. Unfortunately, that day that dusk was not brilliant, only gray clouds and rain to see the river in the afternoon so that the heart of the yard still beauty.
Besides wonderful destinations, tourists can enjoy amazing cuisine as well as many of Goa’s European favorites, are spiced with international favorites, so they are less curry-like in other places. Furthermore, you can not miss fresh seafood is a gift of nature for this country.