Everyday PANAJI

The city offers stories of small gathering spaces, vendors defining the publicness of Kadma, places with collective memories like Sonari, how the elderly have seen their neighbourhood transform over the past few decades, places where you can try delicious foods and many such interesting cases. Scroll down to witness and hear the interesting neighbourhood stories as told by its residents.

Mother of Rohini (74 yrs), a resident of Panjim, Goa, finds calmness at the church. She is ever delighted to hear the chirping of young children at her neighborhood garden where she likes to go for a stroll. Her delight is evident in the way she giggles while talking about them.

A homemaker and a businesswoman from Panjim, Sheetal explains why walking at the local beach is her most enjoyable experience. She is appreciative of the walking experience that the city gives her, in general as well as the fact that it functions at a comfortable pace.

Share Your Story!

Why do people so enjoy ‘street as public space’? Share YOUR stories & thoughts with us! 


Your observations at the local chai vendor or pani-puri vendor around the corner. Tell us the story of your morning walk and what you experience everyday. Or, the story of how the shade of a tree became that anchor for social interactions in your neighbourhood. Where have you paused for some quick shopping or to meet friends?

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