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Nehanshi Sadh

Nehanshi Sadh5.0/5

2 reviews

Awesome location

The location of Porvorim was awesome and also very suitable to stay for tourists as it is situated on right bank of Mandovi river and it is well connected with roads it's also has good infrastructure such as hospitals, hotels and highways developing here at a high pace and Mall the Goa is also here and it hardly a couple of km from panaji

Atul Adholiya

Atul Adholiya4.6/5

1 review

A place to relax & have fun

Very nice to visit the place again, it is a pleasing and relaxing visit to Goa. This time i have visited Doodhsagar along with the family, the place is beautiful and nicely maintained. Nice sea food and Goan flavour experienced. Dolphin ride from coco beach is really very good, fort Agwada and Dauna paola are other places with famous beach destination one must visit while in Goa.

Porvorim Overview

Porvorim or Parvari is a village located in the North Goa District, in the state of Goa, on the right-north bank of the Mandovi River. Though it is officially a village, it is a prime residential area and home to a large number of hotels, which are thronged by tourists visiting Panaji. It is the legislative capital of Goa. Its strategic location along NH-17, better known as the Mumbai-Goa Highway, provides easy accessibility.

This village has been under the rule of different dynasties, such as Bhojas, Satavahanas, Kshatrapa, Abhira, Chalukyas, Silharas and Kadambas. After the rule of the Adilshahis, the Portuguese landed on the shores of Goa. Much of Porvorim’s modern history is centered around the Portuguese Inquisition of India. It came under Indian jurisdiction in the year 1961, when Goa was annexed by India.

The Portuguese left a lasting impression on this village. There are many restaurants in this village which serve traditional Portuguese cuisine, along with Goan food. The main language spoken in this village is Konkani, while Hindi, English, Marathi, Kannada and Portuguese are also spoken here.

Located just 2 km away from Panaji, Porvorim is mainly used as a resting place by tourists. Due to the confluence of cultures and religions in the past, it is home to various churches and temples, like Lord Shiva Temple, Lord Hanuman Temple and Holy Family Church. It is well known for various reputed educational institutions, like Institute of Hotel Management, Goa and the Vidya Probodhini Education Society.

Tourists have to take flights to Dabolim Airport in Goa, which is located 18 km from Porvorim. It connects this village with major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore. Porvorim is also linked with such cities by the Margao Railway Station, which is located 54 km away. Kadamba Bus Stand in Panaji is the most prominent interstate bus station near this village and connects it to Mumbai, Bangalore and Hampi, among other major cities.

Porvorim experiences tremendous variations in weather, with hot summers and cool winters. The summer season lasts from April to June and is characterised by high temperature and humidity. The best time to visit Porvorim is in the months of January, February and March.

Photos of Porvorim

Aldona Village, Porvorim

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Church interior arrangements
Aldona Village, Porvorim

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Corjuem Cable Bridge
Assonora Village, Porvorim

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Hall in the temple

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