About and History of Goa | Rehousing packers and movers
Goa is a state in India that consists of an outlying island and a district on the country's southwest coast. It is roughly 400 kilometres (250 miles) south of Mumbai (Bombay).
It is one of the smallest states in India, bordered on the north by Maharashtra, on the east and south by Karnataka, and on the west by the Arabian Sea.
The district's capital, Panaji (Panjim), is on the mainland's north-central coast. It was formerly a Portuguese colony but was annexed by India in 1962 and granted statehood in 1987. 1,429 square miles in size (3,702 square km).