Tag Archives: Paddy

Fields of Toil

An honest day’s work. Until a generation ago, Goans enjoyed some of the finest produce in the world, all of it locally grown. That situation, unfortunately, has been cured. Fertile paddy fields have now become targets of builders and their politician friends. As a result, farming activity in Goa has been decimated rendering Goans dependent […]

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One, Two, Three, Four

More tales from Monsoon 2012 in Goa.         The images of the fishermen were taken on Tiracol river in Keri (Querim) in Pernem. The paddy field is from Vazrem, and the quartet from Nadoda, both villages in Bardez. All the earlier posts on the romance of the monsoons are catalogued at this […]

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Monsoon in Goa, 2012 Edition

The monsoons are a magical time in Goa and along much of the Konkan coast. The varied shades of green and the rich colour contrast are pure soul candy. Meandering through Goan villages during this season is one of life’s great pleasures. These images were taken yesterday.       Blog entries dealing with the […]

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