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Goa is India’s smallest state in terms of land area and fourth smallest in terms of population. Since ancient times, the state has been a major historical and cultural centre. It is referred to as Gopakpattan or Gomant in the Hindu text Mahabharata, and as Govapuri in the Sutra- Samhita. Goa is a former Portuguese colony on India’s west coast with a rich history. The state attracts over 2.5 million (source) tourists each year due to its unique blend of Indian and Portuguese culture, art, and architecture. As a result, Goa stands out from the rest of India.

Goa, the wonderful land, is a land of festivities and celebrations. It is nestled in the Konkan Coast Belt and has a 100-kilometer-long shoreline. Goa


Bandra-Worli Sea Link Mumbai

The Mahim Causeway was previously the only link between Mumbai’s central suburbs, major business centre, and western suburbs. The fact that it was the sole route connecting Mumbai’s two commercial districts added to commuters’ woes during peak hours, when getting from one end to the other took at least 70-90 minutes. The development of a sea link has been planned to alleviate the discomfort caused by traffic congestion at Mahim Causeway.

The proposed bridge would link Bandra and Worli, cutting travel time from 60 to 90 minutes to just ten minutes. The Bandra Worli Sea Link, which would serve as an alternative to the Mahim Causeway, was proposed to be built over the Mahim Bay.

Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Mumbai Tourist Attraction