Goa Liberation Day 2023

Commemorating Goa's Liberation: A Legacy of Resilience and Progress

Prior to December 19, 1961, Goa remained under Portuguese administration for over four and a half centuries

Historical Context

The yearning for freedom ignited within the Goan populace, fueled by the Indian independence movement and the unwavering leadership of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia.

The Quest for Freedom

On December 18, 1961, Operation Vijay began, and the Indian Armed Forces liberated Goan territories within 36 hours, a pivotal moment in history.

Operation Vijay

On December 19th, jubilation filled the streets alongside profound reflection on the sacrifices of freedom fighters.

Dawn of a New Era

We pay our deepest respects to the brave soldiers, unwavering freedom fighters, and all those who contributed to Goa's liberation

Goa's liberation symbolizes the triumph of unity and the enduring strength of India's diverse cultural fabric.

A Tapestry of Unity and Diversity

Goa thrives as a vibrant state, excelling in tourism, IT, and culture, with its liberation fueling remarkable progress, cherished by citizens

Embracing a Prosperous Future

Each December 19th, Goa comes alive with vibrant parades, cultural performances, and patriotic fervor.

Commemorating Liberation Day Traditions