The western state with coastline stretch in the Arabian Sea was previously a Portuguese colony till 1961. The 17th-century churches in the region and the tropical spice plantations are proof of the same. Hence the cultural practises of the region are also based on the same. The smallest state, but with loads of leafage in the Indian Dominion is delimited by the states of Maharashtra on the north and Karnataka on the east. The capital city is Panaji (Panjim). The state gained its statehood in 1987 and is known for its beach and marine life like the Baga, Palolem beaches and fishing villages like Agonda.
Around 20% of the land in the state falls into the attractive Western Ghats of Asian countries, a huge chain, and a depot of diversity. The forests here are abundant with exotic life, together with Indian large squirrels, mongoose, slender loris, Indian macaques, and sloth bears.
Goa is one of India's wealthiest states, mostly because of its booming tourist sector activities. The subsidiary and other related activities are growing because of the same. Like transportation, logistics, stay in shackles, ship and dock services etc. This stunning state is the best place in terms of infrastructure and living standards.
Goa is a leading producer and exporter of iron ore, manganese, bauxite, high magnesium oxide, stone and clay. European nations controlled the mining business in their days, however, once the state was liberated the mines were rented and personal house owners continued to rule.