By | 25 May 2023 at 1:07 PM
Goa Statehood Day

Goa Statehood Day: On August 15, 1947, when India achieved independence, Goa had been under Portuguese control for roughly 450 years. Even after India achieved independence from the British, the Portuguese maintained their control over Goa and other Indian territories at this time.

The Day commemorates the day the state was ultimately liberated from Portuguese rule. Panaji is the capital of the state of Goa, which is bordered by Maharashtra and Karnataka. In 1987, after being freed from Portuguese rule, it joined India and was granted statehood by the government.


  • “Warm regards to everyone on Goa Liberation Day. Remember this day with great pride and express gratitude to those who brought us freedom and liberation.”
  • “On the occasion of Goa Liberation Day, let us commemorate those who gave their lives for the liberation of Goa. Happy Goa Independence Day!”
  • “Every soul demands and every nation desires liberation. On the occasion of Goa Liberation Day, please accept my best regards.”
  • “The celebrations of Goa Liberation Day are insufficient without a consideration of all those responsible. Best wishes on Goa Liberation Day.”
  • “There is nothing more desirable than to be liberated from colonial authority. On the occasion of Goa Liberation Day, please accept my best regards.”
  • “Goa Liberation Day will continue to remind us of the significance of liberation for any individual or nation. Happy Goa Independence Day!”

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Goa Independence Day 2023: Quotations

  • “Those who are immobile are unaware of their chains.”- Rosa Luxemburg
  • “Humans adapt to anything. The less one considers their oppression, the greater their tolerance for it. People eventually believe that oppression is a normal state of affairs. To become liberated, however, you must be acutely aware that you are a slave.”- Assata Shakur, Assata: An Autobiography
  • “Leaders who refuse to engage in dialogue and insist on imposing their decisions do not organise the people; rather, they manipulate them. They are neither liberators nor liberated; they oppress.”The Pedagogy of the Oppressed, by Paulo Freire
  • “Let us not attempt to quench our thirst for liberty by imbibing from the cup of bitterness and animosity.”The words of Martin Luther King Jr.
  • “Freedom of speech is unnecessary if the people to whom it is granted cannot think for themselves.”- Mokokoma Mokhonoana