Curated by Odette Mascarenhas

In every Goan village, the marketplace was the vibrant, colourful focus of every local’s daily life. Originally part of the ancient gaunkari system, it evolved into the Titya (Tinto) meaning a “market at three roads.” It was at this venue that locals would meet every morning to buy daily, essential items as well as catch on the local news, have discussions on serious issues or just gozzale (gossip).

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