The Adopt a Heritage Project now in Goa, government is in the dark

Heritage Project

India has a vast and rich heritage. From art, sculpture, music, paintings and even monuments, the country has each and every one. In museums and in public settings, from North to South, you can see it all. However, in recent years, it seems to have become difficult to maintain such grand monuments. Now the government has […]

When exactly did Goa become a campsite for tourists?

Tourists visiting Goa by the jeep-load and using it as their own, personal campsite, are quite possibly the worst kind of tourists that the state attracts. It is precisely these kinds that give tourism in the state an extremely bad reputation. This also leaves the paying tourists with a bad taste in the mouth when […]

A pole dance at MOG this Saturday

Alliance Française Panjim and Museum of Goa present French Acrobatic Circus and Kalaripayattu fusion at Museum of Goa on Saturday, 29th April 2017 at 7 pm. Ode Rosset is an internationally renowned circus artist who learnt Kalarippayattu in Kerala ten years ago. Her specialty is the Chinese Pole, 6 meters high. It is an art […]

CHOGM 1983 – Memoirs of a Retreat that put Goa in World Focus

The CHOGM (Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting) was hosted by India in the year 1983. Most part of the official conference was held in Delhi. However, a Retreat for all the attending world leaders was scheduled in Goa. The tiny state back then was a destination on the hippie trail and not a full fledged […]