Reis Magos Fort, Goa, History, Location, Timing

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40 Responses

  1. Haddock says:

    Among all the tourists that visit Goa, a few visit this place as they are not aware that such a fort exists.
    Its a pity that Mario Miranda was not around when this place was inaugurated.
    Had visited this place two years ago.

  2. Very interesting thanks for sharing.

  3. TexWisGirl says:

    very interesting displays, now.

  4. Very nicely you have given the details. Thanks Indrani.

  5. Sylvia K says:

    What a fascinating post and terrific captures for the day, Indrani! I always enjoy learning the history of places like this!! Thanks for sharing!!

  6. Interesting pick to house Mario Miranda's work! Looks like a lovely place, well worth a visit

  7. Gail Dixon says:

    Amazing how the ficus tree started and how it was helped to grow on its own. Fascinating stuff!

  8. A bit of history,plenty of information and lots of pictures are the distinguishing features of this nice post.One would like you to be travelling frequently to get a feel of our country through your posts!!!

  9. Cloudia says:

    Such fascinating history I must know! Thank you, I

    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  10. Felicia says:

    what a great piece of your history. wonderful images Indrani.

  11. Lovely post on Reis Magos fort.

  12. ladyfi says:

    What a lovely and interesting place.

  13. Wonderful post and beautiful photos.

  14. eileeninmd says:

    It is an interesting place.. I like that the ficus tree survived, great story.. Have a happy day!

  15. Hilary says:

    Very cool. You end up in the most interesting places.

  16. DeniseinVA says:

    A fascinating history and wonderful photos. Thank you Indrani!

  17. Lovely post.. And goes to prove one thing.. There is so much to see in India and most of us have do not even have a clue.. A shame that it is not promoted properly

  18. Reader Wil says:

    Thank you for this interesting piece of history!
    Have a great rest of the week.
    Wil, ABCW Team.

  19. Interesting post….. Thanks for sharing!!

  20. How interesting that the fort has been made into a gallery!

  21. Fly Girl says:

    I am currently reading An Area of Darkness: A Discovery of India by V.S. Naipaul and he covers some of the fascinating aspects of Indian history like how these forts were used. I can't believe they poured hot oil on the prisoners!

  22. Bibi says:

    Very interesting post. I hope to get to Goa one day.

  23. Pretty interesting stuff…the picture of the "Death hole" is amazing…

  24. Najm Nisa says:

    Beautiful ! Love your pictures!

  25. Carver says:

    I enjoyed the shots and interesting narrative.

  26. Goa known for its beaches and its different culture but your post showing another face of Goa. great pics

  27. Goa is a all time destination for photography.

  28. Superb one ya 🙂

  29. Interesting post Indrani… good that the banyan tree is saved and its great it houses stuff of Mario.. I love his work .. Beautiful share 🙂

  30. Lovely post! The kind of Goa you don't read about, often. 🙂

  31. Great post. It's fascinating to know the history of the Banyan tree. How do you get this information?

  32. I was here in 2011. Didn't know one could go in. I had heard they were planning to convert it into a hotel?

  33. Mridula says:

    What a fascinating place! Loved the banyan story as well. Never heard of it before.

  34. Anita says:

    All the pics speak, Indrani 🙂

  35. Priyashi says:

    Wonderful clicks Indrani…..:)

  36. Jeevan says:

    Great tour to this fort come museum! Prisoners should have got a great view from there to be glad at least.

  37. Loved the canon and the tree.

  38. kumar gvk says:

    Thanks to share such a nice post and I missed to visit this place wen i come at goa.

  39. Sudhir R says:

    Glad you could explore Goa, Indrani and bring in the off beat locations. I know many more would be discovered in the next few years!

  40. Dina says:

    That is a very tenacious tree!