Cashew Fest


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Panaji, Goa’s main city, hosts the Cashew Festival, an annual festival unlike any other. This bright event, known locally as “Kaju Ustav,” not only emphasizes the importance of cashew in Goa’s agricultural environment, but also provides a fascinating glimpse into the history and heritage of this coastal Indian state.
Historical Significance: The Panaji Cashew Festival has deep roots in Goa’s history. Cashew trees, introduced by Portuguese invaders in the 16th century, thrived in Goa’s soil and climate. Cashew agriculture has always played an important role in the region’s economy and culture. Dates and Venue: The event is traditionally held during the peak cashew harvesting season, which comes from late February.

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