Delightful post here .Pleasure and privilege to have met Victor here in London a couple of years ago. A man with a passion and a mission accompanied by his wife Aldina and team. I hope to meet him on his home turf sooner or later
By Maria Savia Viegas
Goa Chitra houses a vast and varied collection which seldom leaves one unimpressed. Savia Viegas recounts the first time she visited Goa Chitra in 2008, a year before it was opened to the public. Read about how she was awed by the display in the following piece, and you can supplement it by reading about the myriad stories behind the collections.
It was a 2008 October morning. Some friends from North Goa, part of the then vibrant Goa Writers’ Group, had decided to visit Goa Chitra Museum in Benaulim. I was asked to join. I lived few kilometers away, had a research interest in museums, was curious to visit a private museum, and wanted to know the fellow Goan who had initiated it. So I decided to team up.
The directions, at the time, seemed vague since I had lived away from Goa for a long…
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