Rare historical documents of relationship of Brazil–India–Goa

A photographic exhibition based on ‘Rare historical documents of relationship of Brazil–India–Goa’, organised by the Lusophone Society of Goa in collaboration with the Biblioteca Brasiliana Guita e Jose Mindlin, Brazil (BBM) was inaugurated on March 24 by the Consul General of Brazil in Mumbai, Rosimar da Silva Suzano at Sanskruti Bhavan, Patto, Panaji.

The exhibition showcases the historical relationships between India and Brazil wherein the then Portuguese colony, Goa which acted as a catalyst or an epicenter to strengthen the diplomatic ties between these two countries. It also throws light on the trade and commerce scene, from ancient times and how the business between the East and the West flourished.

The President of Lusophone Society of Goa, Dr. Aurobindo Xavier spoke on the similarities of both the nations share, such as the cuisine, vegetation or the spice produce and the social behavior of the people in the society.

 

(The exhibition is open to public till March 29 from 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.)