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Goa glitters in colourful festival of Carnival

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Goa glitters in colourful festival of Carnival

Goa glitters in colourful festival of Carnival

With COVID-19 vaccines starting to roll out, Goa is celebrating the colorful Carnival Festival with full pomp and zeal.

Float parade organised in the capital Panaji on February 13.

Lots of domestic and foreign tourists flock to Goa to attend the festival.

During the festival, wearing face mask and maintaining social distancing is mandatory.


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