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Goa
India
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Location of Goa in India
Location of Goa
 Panaji 
Coordinates: 15°29′35″N 73°49′05″E / 15.493, 73.818
Oras zona IST (UTC+5:30)
Lualas 3,702 km² (1,429 sq mi)
Tungku Panaji
Pekamaragul a lakanbalen Vasco da Gama
Distritu) 2
Populasiun
Pangasiksik
1,400,000 (25th)
Amanu Konkani
Governor Shivinder Singh Sidhu
Chief Minister Digambar Kamat
Established 30 may 1987
Legislature (seats) Unicameral (40)
ISO abbreviation IN-GA
Website: goagovt.nic.in
"↑"Konkani is the sole official language but Marathi is also allowed to be used for any or all official purposes.[1][2]
Seal of Goa
Seal of Goa

Coordinates: 15°29′35″N 73°49′05″E / 15.493, 73.818

Ing Goa pronunciation  (Konkani: गोंय mayayagkas /ɡɔ̃j/) ing pakamalati nang estadu ning India karas king lapad, ampo ing kapat a pekamalati karas king populasiun. Atiu iti king albugan nang bebe dayatmalat ning India king labuad a ausan dang Konkan. Padurutan de reng estadu ning Maharashtra king pangulu, Karnataka king aslagan ampong mauli, kabang ing Dayatmalat a Arabu (Arabian Sea) ing kalele ning kayang bebe dayatmalat a albugan.

Ing Panaji (a ausan da muring Panjim) ing tungku (capitoliu o cabecera) ning estadu. Ing Vasco da Gama (a neng kai papakuyad da king Vasco) ing pekamaragul a lakanbalen o ciudad. Mayayakit pa murin ing bakas ning culturang Portugues king makasalesayan a lakanbalen ning Margao. Minuna lang miras king Goa antimong talapangalakal o negosianti kanitang umpisa ning kalabing anam a dilanua/siglu (early 16th century), at e melambat, sinakup de iti. Miras 450 banua ing pamandatila ning teritoriung sumangid dayatmalat (overseas territory) ning Portugal, anggang liban na ne man ning India kanitang 1961.[3][4]

Pikabaluan ya ing Goa kareng kayang dalampasigan, lugal a pisasamban, ampong gusaling pamanang pangyatu (world heritage architecture). Mabandi ya murin kareng tanaman ampong animal, uli ning kayang kabilian king kabundukan a Western Ghats, a tuturing dang biodiversity hotspot (lugal a mitmu ampong dakal a miayaliwang mabibie).

Ing Catedral ning Sé king Matuang Goa, metung a alimbawa ning arquitecturang Portugues.
Sagkal ning armas ning Goa aniang bandi ne ning Portugal (1675).

Lon la murin deti

Dalerayan

  1. Goa. Commissioner Linguistic Minorities, 42nd Report, July 2003 to June 2004. National Commissioner Linguistic Minorities. Retrieved on 2007-07-17. “Konkani is the official language of the state. There is no second official language. However, as per notification, Marathi will be used for the purpose of reply by the Government whenever communications are received in that language. In the Official Language Act, it is provided that "the Marathi language, shall also be used for all or any of the official purposes". Further it is provided that "nothing contained in this sub section shall be deemed to affect the use of the Marathi language in educational, social or cultural fields".”
  2. UNI (30 May 2007). "Marathi vs Konkani debate continues in Goa", rediff.com, Rediff.com India Limited. Retrieved on 2007-07-17. 
  3. Liberation of Goa. Government Polytechnic, Panaji. Retrieved on 2007-07-17.
  4. Pillarisetti, Jagan. The Liberation of Goa: an Overview. The Liberation of Goa:1961. bharat-rakshak.com. Retrieved on 2007-07-17.

Security along Goa's coastline a matter of cencern: [1]

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