Pandava'S Drum


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Ranked 42 of 104 sightseeing in Panjim

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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 2-3hrs
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A Myth, Rock Gives The Drum Sound

One may Consider a drum which is used to be played at various ceremonies and events of dance and music, but here is a natural rock on the southern end of Palolem through a stream, in South Goa and you are there. There is a myth that if this rock is hit by stone or like wise thing to a particular point it sounds like a Drum, and it is called Pandavas drum, considering the presence of Pandava at their exile period. Many one can see throwing stones to have the sound. Once you are visiting the fantastic south Goa's beaches this attraction may be included.

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