Before the arrival of Summer (February/March), and after the Maha Shivaratri festival, these communities migrate to the hills, to the places that they left earlier for better livelihood options.
Villagers of this South Goa village finally have an all-weather road.
Residents of Sanguem block of South Goa staged a protest when the Forest department axed their hereditary betel nut trees.
Bad roads, lack of water and electricity supply pushed these Goans to boycott the ongoing Lok Sabha elections in Marlem
While traditional games are vanishing, Games of Goa Festival revived and promoted the heritage games.
Sagarmala, a project designed to modernise India’s ports, threatens to wipe out the livelihoods of fisherfolk in Goa.
The Gauda community of Goa struggles to keep its indigenous culture from eroding in the face of imposed cultural practices and looks at traditional music as the first point of revival.