Shigmotsav, a traditional art and dance festival of Goa
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.
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The Buland Bol program is for those members of the community, who would like to raise voices, to change the scenario for betterment and work towards equality and justice.
IMPACT | Village in Goa Gets Road After News of Elections Boycott Made Headlines
Villagers of this South Goa village finally have an all-weather road.
Amid COVID-19 Second Wave, How are India’s Rural Areas Faring?
We may never truly know the extent of deaths and infections in rural India, where 70 percent of our people live.
Living Cultures: The ‘Zagor’ of Goa
In tradition to appease their gods, the indigenous Gowda tribe in Goa celebrates a colorful festival called Zagor.
Betel Nut Trees Chopped down by Goa Forest Department Angers Residents
Residents of Sanguem block of South Goa staged a protest when the Forest department axed their hereditary betel nut trees.
Goan Villages Boycott Lok Sabha Elections, Say Only Promises, No Development
Bad roads, lack of water and electricity supply pushed these Goans to boycott the ongoing Lok Sabha elections in Marlem
Bailancho Saad: Fighting Patriarchy in Goa, One Issue at a Time
Since 1986, Bailancho Saad is collaborating with different organisations, and working towards women rights, equality and dismantling patriarchy.