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Ancient Goan History
Pre-Portuguese Era
The Portuguese Era
Decline of Portuguese Power
Timelines
Articles
Bombay’s Early Goan series

Bombay’s Early Goan series

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The Dabul Bell Goan cooks and chefs in Bombay Story of an early Goan book seller in Bombay Bombay’s Early Goan Musicians Old Goan bakeries in Bombay  

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Articles

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Croats Return to Gandaulim nostalgically, by Joel D’souza Goa, a melting-pot of many streams and ethnic stocks, by Frederick Noronha A New View of Kenya’s ‘Asians’, by Karl Vick, Washington Post, March 2000 Goans in Kenya… proving themselves under adversity, by Frederick Noronha Goans in Mozambique, by Frederick Noronha Goan …

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Timelines

Calendar of Goan history in Africa Prominent dates in Goan history

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Decline of Portuguese Power

Goa’s Freedom Movement The Rane Rebellion Goa and the Revolt of 1787 Goa’s Liberation by India, ANIMATION !! Goa’s Independence Decline of Portuguese Power

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The Portuguese Era

Portuguese capture of Goa The Portuguese in Goan Folklore, paper by Prof. Teotonio R. de Souza The Cuncolim Martyrs, paper by Prof. Teotonio R. de Souza The Catholic Church in Goa, paper by Prof. Teotonio R. de Souza The Ranes of Goan Folklore, paper by Prof. Teotonio R. de Souza …

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Pre-Portuguese Era

The Pre-Portuguese Culture of Goa, paper by Prof. George Moraes Period preceeding the Portuguese Era

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Goa’s Freedom Movement

By: Lambert Mascarenhas Co-Founder & Former Editor of Goa Today, Panaji. This account is taken from Bibliography of Goa and the Portuguese in India By Henry Scholberg with the collaboration of Archana Ashok Kakodkar and Carmo Azevedo 1st edition – New Delhi, Promilla, 1982 xix, 413p., 4 leaves of plates: …

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The Rane Rebellion

Except for short bouts of occupation by the British, from 1797-98 and 1802-13 (during which, Goa in effect became a British protectorate under Portuguese civil authority) the Portuguese faced very few threats from the outside from the late 17th century onwards. However, they had to deal with dissatisfaction from within. …

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Goa and the Revolt of 1787

Goa and the Revolt of 1787 Goa and the Revolt of 1787, New Delhi, Concept Publ. Company, 1996. (First English edition of A Conjuração de 1787 em Goa, published by J.H. da Cunha Rivara in 1875. The translation by Mr. Renato da Cunha Soares and the publication as XCHR Studies …

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