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    • 1. Go Goa 365 Days<br />Group Members<br />Pankaj Joshi<br />Pavan Karwa<br />Rashmi Navaghane<br />Yogesh Kedar<br />
    • 2. Goa – Geographical Boundaries<br />North by Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra<br />West by the Arabian sea <br />South by Karwar district of Karnataka state<br />East by Belgaum district of Karnataka state <br />The state capital is Panaji, in Ilhas taluka in North Goa<br />
    • 3. History of Goa<br /><ul><li>Vasco de Gama reached India on 18 May1498
    • 4. Portuguese language, and culture
    • 5. The legacy of the values and ideals of Christianity in the Orient and Goa.
    • 6. Natural harbors and wide rivers
    • 7. St. Francis Xavier arrived in 1542
    • 8. Goa got Independence on 12th December 1961</li></li></ul><li>Religions<br />“Sarva Dharma Sama Bhava” (Equal Respect for All Religions)<br /><ul><li>Christianity (Roman Catholics)
    • 9. Hinduism
    • 10. Islam</li></li></ul><li> Goa People<br /><ul><li>Exudes charm and warmth
    • 11. Friendly and happy-go-lucky people
    • 12. Goan people
    • 13. “Siesta”
    • 14. Liberal thinking
    • 15. Dedicated workers who take their jobs seriously</li></li></ul><li>Festivals In Goa<br />International Film Festival :In the month of Oct.<br />Goan Carnival :Celebrated in December<br />Christmas : 25th December due to large number of Catholics in the state<br />New Year : 31 St December is celebrated with big parties to welcome it with happiness.<br />Mahashivrathri : Jan/ Feb ,Celebrated in honor of lord Shiva by the Hindus in major Shivji Temples.<br />Fest of St Xavier : 3rd December , Celebrated in old Goa<br />
    • 16. Delicious Goan Platter<br />Rice and Fish curry<br />Goan Cuisine<br />Coconut and coconut oil<br />Chili peppers, spices and vinegar<br />Pork dishes such as Vindaloo, Xacuti and Sorpotel<br />Goan vegetable stew, known as Khatkhate<br />A rich egg-based multi-layered sweet dish known as bebinca<br />Alcoholic beverage in Goa is feni<br />
    • 17. Five Famous Personalities<br />Dinanath Mangeshkar – Famous musician<br />Lata Mangeshkar –<br /> Nightingale of India<br />Varsha Usgaonkar- Renowned Maharashtrian Actress<br />
    • 18. Cont’d<br />Digambar Kamat- Current Chief Minister of Goa<br />Leander Peas – Tennis Player <br /> Bronze medal winner in Olympics <br />
    • 19. Language widely accepted <br />The Konkani language is the most widely spoken mother tongue<br />Devanāgarī: कोंकणी<br />1. Thank you - Dio boray koroonc<br />2. Please - Upkar koroonc<br />3 .Sorry - Maaf kor<br />4.Hello/good morning/ good evening - Dio boro dis dium <br />5.Good night - Dio bori raat dium<br />
    • 20. Work Culture<br />Tourism is Goa's primary industry<br />It handles 12% of all foreign tourist arrivals in India<br />Rice is the main agricultural crop, followed by areca, cashew and coconut.<br />The fishing industry provides employment for about forty thousand people<br />Zuari Industries (2005 gross income Rs.36,302 million) and Sesa Goa (2005 gross income Rs.17,265 million)<br />Goa is also notable for its low liquor prices due to its very low excise duty on alcohol.<br />Mining in Goa focuses on ores of iron, Bauxite, manganese, clays, limestone and silica.<br />
    • 21. Places to visit<br />Anjuna Beach <br />Aguada Fort<br />Goa Carnival<br />Vasco-da-Gama Its is 29 kms form Panaji<br />Panjim (Panaji)<br />Margao - It is 33 Kms. from Panaji<br />The Temple of Shri Mangesh<br />
    • 22. Strict no no in Goa<br />Ban on night parties<br />No smoking in public places<br />Compulsory helmets on highways<br />Restriction on taking alcohol outside the geographical boundaries, above a prescribed limit without paying duty on them<br />Littering on the beaches and in the state.<br />
    • 23. India<br />the land of unity in diversity <br />

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