The clock is ticking; it is time for golden hours. I have to rush to Morjim beach which is labeled as Little Russia. From restaurants to shacks you can see Russian nationals everywhere in Morjim. Also there are signboards in Russian language.
Have you ever pondered that who named all beaches in Goa. Every name holds a storyline, Isn’t it?
Here I tell you a legitimate story..
According to mythology, One day a local deity went to seashore for performing some rituals. Suddenly something glowy object caught his attention, a few moments later he realized that was a human body. He rushed into waves and rescued the girl from drowning. The deity was kind enough to give her a shelter in Morjim village. The transfiguration of that beautiful lad into Goddess was miraculous.She is Goddess Morjai. Hence the word “Morjim” is derived from her name.
She is one of the Seven sisters and one brother, who are worshipped as Village deities by first
settlers of Goa.
Do not miss Sunset Sky at Morjim
Morjim beach is heaven for nature lover like me. You can spot out species like Sand Plover, Quill, Turnstones, Cuckoo, Kingfisher and Sandpipers.
“Here comes the Sun. Little darling” I am lipsing the famous song by legendary band Eagle while waiting for the blue sky to change its outfit. Oops! I mean his colors
A song makes waiting hour sweeter, Isn’t it ?
I am waiting for crimson canvas where the sun is gonna show its drama, the sundowner!
Let me grab a chair and a chilled beer, the heart throbbing sunset is to begin.
Do we need some music? Of course, we do! By the way what the gigantic waves are for. The waves of Arabian sea are casting a dazzling climax for the artists.
The sunset at Morjim is magical, a peaceful pause for your unstoppable mind.
To me the Sunset is like an interval in our ongoing movie. titled as life where the next moments are unknown and unexpected. I wish to explore every unexplored beach in Goa
with my curious eyes.
I hold onto my curious eyes. A myriad of stories are gonna come on my way.