Photo Essay// The antiquity of Goa

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The doors of perception.

Photo of Photo Essay// The antiquity of Goa by Monalisa Borkakoty

Goa still has a lot of Portuguese influences left and the architecture will make you feel artsy. Here is a series on the stunning architecture and the pretty frames they make.

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There are things known and things unknown and in between are the doors- Jim Morrison

The red door of a dilapidated house is bringing character back to the otherwise dull facade.

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A very tiny key will open a very heavy door- Charles Dickens

This is one of the doors of the house of Casa de San Antonio who is known to find lost items and you can notice people doing the "Sign of the Cross" when they pass by.

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Behind every door you shake is a reality- Lynn Caine

This is one of Goa's sad realities. Dilapidated homes over disputes so petty that the inheritance is rendered futile.

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Locked for good.
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The back entrance of an outhouse.
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Color co-ordinated corridors
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A heritage Hindu home
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Well aligned!
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Leave your footwear !

Walking through a street, the colorful Goa was presented and with these captures I am enjoying Goa's nooks and corners every day. A slice of Goa here, for you.

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