Arabian Sea Sunset

Last night I was going back through all the amazing photographs I took while in India last year and wondering…what should I do with them? This one stood out. At least tonight it did, when I’m having that very strong urge to travel again. I was camped up under a huge mass of reeds just […]

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Indian Street Food. What Will This Do To My Intestines?

A thin man with buck-teeth who had evidently been watching me make my way around the market area asked “How can you put that much food in your body?” I felt guilty for a moment.  That first-world guilt when you really do know you’re privileged and you really do know that you’re abusing that privilege.  […]

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Fort Aguada India

I walked the hill to the fort above the Goa Resort and the Russians didn’t like it. “It is too hot.  Get on.”  Scooter after scooter passed me, stopped, waited for me to reach them then offered me a ride.  It was very kind but, “I’d really like to walk.” “You will die.” “I won’t […]

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Famous People Dead : Five Incorrupt Saints You Have to Meet

Of course the Portuguese had gotten all out of control. Timayya had done his work well and the Bijapur kings were out of the way. Goa belonged to Portugal and everyone was rich from slaving and spices. Other than to wait for next year’s spice fleet, there was not much to do beyond bearing the […]

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Five Restaurants and Two Bars in Panaji, Goa, India

Panaji is a sweet little town strung out along the southern bank of the Mandovi River just above its outlet to the Arabian Sea. It’s friendly for a state capital and very manageable for visitors. The Portuguese-era colonial charms are apparent in the colorful blue, purple and yellow buildings, the small, balcony gardens and the […]

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Slide Show: Nature on the Kagal Peninsula, Kumta, Karnataka, India

What are some of the best places to eat in Panaji, Goa? Find out here.

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My Shot of the Day: Rice Paddies. Kumta, Karnataka, India

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Makara Sankranti – A Festival for Beerdevaiah

Indian Festivals – Last night we were invited to the harvest festival (Makara Sankranti) for the local village. This was in celebration of the local deity Beeradevaiah, servant of Shiva. Absolutely an incredible experience.

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Muslims in India – Fishermen Return at Dawn

There are tens of millions of muslims in India. Islam is the second-most practiced religion in the Republic of India after Hinduism, with 13.4% of the country’s population (over 160 million as per 2001 census). Islam came to India with the Arab merchants and traders on the Malabar Coast in the 7th century. Islam arrived in north India in the 12th […]

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My Shot of the Day: Goa Beach Pictures : Women on the Beach

Women of Goa. Evening on the Arabian Sea coast south of Panaji. Goa. India.  

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Sri Manguesh Temple

In the foothills 25km southwest of Panjim at Ponda Taluka is the Sri Manguesh Temple, a 350-year old structure dedicated to Lord Manguesh, an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Originally, the temple was in a hidden location at the Kushasthali but the Saraswats of Vatsa Gotra shifted the temple to Ponda Taluka for fear of the Portuguese. […]

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Photo Blog: Shipping Traffic of the Arabian Sea. Goa, India

Ships of the Arabian Sea. Goa, India. January 15, 2012. The Arabian Sea stretches away from the Indian Ocean north of an imaginary line drawn from Cape Comorin, at the southern tip of India, to Cape Guardafui, at the eastern end of the Horn of Africa. Africa, Arabia, Pakistan, and India enclose its warm salty […]

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