Goa History And Backlife Of City











History Of Goa


The goa comprises of the most important historical significance. Let us talk about ancient rock carvings that are so precious and signify the emergence of this beach city 'GOA' are situated on the banks of pristine Kushvati River placed in Usgalimal. Art of Mesolithic Rock and Art of Paleolithic Rock are some of the examples of the most remarkable rock carvings. You can see stone axe, choppers and other products of tribal people who used these products about 10,000 years ago in Mauxim and Kazur kind of places. The emergence of Goa can be observed from the places like Dabolim, Shigao, Arli, Pilerne etc. The Goan society has believed to have a lovely culture. Goa is ruled by many kingdoms and kings. It was under Maurya Empire during the rule of Buddhist Emperor 'Ashoka' in 3rd centuary BC. Buddhism in Goa was founded by monks of Buddhist. Bhojas of Goa ruled this city between 2nd – 3rd centuary BC, whereas Chutus of Karwar ruled some parts of Goa during 2nd centuary BC. Later, it was also ruled by Kadambas who have done Jainism patronization in Goa.

It became a part of Delhi sultanate governance in 1312 and later it was surrendered to Hariharal, who belonged to Vijayanagara Empire in 1370 – 1469. Again, it became a part of next ruling party which was Bahmani Sultans and finally to Bijapur's Adil Shahis. After defeating Adil Shahis, Portuguese came over Goa with Timayya between 1510 to 1961. They named this city as Vehla Goa. They transferred their capital of Vehla Goa to Panjim in 1843. They expanded their state limits during 18th centuary. They lost their possessions and they formed a state of Indian Portuguese known as 'ESTADO DA INDIA'. Goa became the biggest territory of India. Goa along with Daman and Diu declared as a part and a union territory of India in 19th December, 1961. This was because of operation valley done by Indian Army. Goa was known to be the 25th part state of India on 30th May, 1987.