Goa Heritage Festival India

Goa Heritage Festival

Goa Heritage Festival is a five days festival celebrated every year in the month of January. It is celebrated to display Goa’s rich culture and heritage. Artistans and Craftsmen from Goa showcase their unique Goan crafts skills like pottery, handicrafts, coconut craft, woodcraft, crochet, hand painted titles and food counters serving platter of Goan cuisine.

Goa Heritage Festival
Goa Heritage Festival

The festival is not only marked with the celebration of culture, arts and history, presenting brilliant performers and craftsmen. It also includes various Goan dance performance such as Mando, Dhalo, Fugdi, Goff, Ghode Modni, Kunbi dance, Divli dance, Kalshi dance, fisher folk dance, and Kazaracho dance and traditional folk dances of Goa like Morulo, Jagor, Khel Tiatr, Veerabhadra, brass band, Dhangar Nrutya, Dasarwadan, Zemado etc.

 

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