Moving along, the next chapter in this series.
All the posts featuring the heritage of Panjim are consolidated here.
Matanhy Saldanha, Minister of Environment and Tourism in the brand new government constituted in Goa this week, passed away today (March 21 in Goa) after suffering a massive heart attack. In Matanhy-bab were joined a keen intellect and a passionate drive for activism. He died as he lived – in service of Goa. I was his pupil at Don Bosco High School in Panjim in the 1970s. In 2007-2008 I was fortunate to work closely under him in the fight against the SEZ (Special Economic Zones) scam wrought by the corrupt and destructive Congress government.
This is the second installment in the ongoing series on Panjim, the capital city of Goa. Note that I have chosen to leave what might be considered clutter – hanging wires and so on – in most images of this project in there as is.
All the earlier posts on Panjim are consolidated here.