Goan village scene. A fisherwoman on her morning rounds selling fish in Talaulim, Goa. An earlier post on this theme is here.
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In one short verse, the great Goan poet Bakibab Borkar (1910-1984) captured the essence of what it means to be Goan1: Please Sir, God of Death Don’t make it my turn today, not today There’s fish curry for dinner.  Great Goans by Mario Cabral e Sa and Lourdes Bravo Da Costa, N.N.A.P. Publications, 1991. […]