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Traditional Occupations of Goa | Translated in English to Konkani

Traditional Occupations of Goa | Translated in English to Konkani

Traditional Occupations of Goa | Translated in English to Konkani   Traditional Occupations of Goa – Fishing is the main occupation of the people of Goa along with tourism promotion such as hotels, giving houses on rent and catering. The present situation is many students are moving towards taking up jobs in corporate and industrial

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Days - Months - Seasons and Numbers in Konkani | Konkani Learn

Days – Months – Seasons and Numbers in Konkani | Konkani Learn

  How do you say the days of the week in Konkani Diss – Days Somvar —– Monday Munglar —– Tuesday Budhvar —– Wednesday Birestar —– Thursday Sunkrar —– Friday Sonvar —– Saturday Aitar —– Sunday   How do you write the month in Konkani Muinne – Months Janner —– Janurary Febrer —– February Mars

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Ambieachem Zhadd anic Tache Faide | The Benefits of Mango Tree in Konkani

Ambieachem Zhadd anic Tache Faide | The Benefits of Mango Tree

Ambieachem Zhadd anic Tache Faide The Benefits of Mango Tree in Konkani   Ambieachem Zhadd – Ambo Indiacho raxtra foll. Soglianchea avodicho, Ambo sarkoch chodd vitaminan borlolo assa zoxem vitamin A anic Vitamin C. Munxeachi disht (Eyesight) bori asta ambo khailo zaliar. Marsacho muino laguim pauta muntliar todea Ambeak Ambe piktat. [sc_fs_faq html=”true” headline=”h2″ img=”1223″

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Flowers Found in Goa | Flowers Names English to Konkani

Flowers Found in Goa | Flowers Names English to Konkani Flower in Konkani means ‘ful’ and flowers are an integral part of Goan culture. The most common flowers found in Goa are the Gulabs, Mogras, Doshni Ful, Abolim, Zayio, Dhallo etc. The Rose flower is called ‘Gulab’ and the Sunflower is called the ‘ Surya ful’

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