Goa Governor Mridula Sinha inaugurated Museum-Glimpses of Goan Culture in the premises of Raj Bhavan, Dona Paula, near the city on Wednesday.
The monuments and inscriptions displayed in the museum depict Goan culture. The museum comprises of copperplate inscriptions of Anirjit Varman, Virvarma Dev dynasty, the other inscriptions includes that of Devaraja Bhoja, stone inscription of Mahishasur Mardini, Kadamba coins, Sati stone and other historical objects. The museum also has on exhibit old photographs of the revolt of Rane, 18 June 1946 Satyagraha, Operation Vijay, 19 December 1961, Inquisition table and also of feasts and festivals of Goa.
After the inauguration, the Governor went around the museum and acquainted herself with the information about Goan culture.
Chief Secretary Dharmendra Sharma, Joint Secretary to Governor Biju Naik, Director of Museums Radha Bhave, Chief Architect PWD Marwin Gomes, and others attended the function.