West India




Personal Project


The Konkan region of India is located along the western coast, stretching from Maharashtra to Karnataka. The people living in this region are known for their unique culture, cuisine, and way of life.

One of the key factors that makes the people of Konkan special is their strong connection to the sea as almost all aspects of their lives depend on the Arabian sea.

Fishing is a significant part of their livelihood, and many families have been involved in the trade for generations. The Konkanis are skilled fishermen and have developed techniques to catch a variety of fish.

Travelling in Konkan, India was an unforgettable experience for me. The region’s natural beauty and rich culture left a deep impression on me. I was immediately struck by the warmth and hospitality of the people, as well as the richness of their traditions and beliefs.

I started my journey in the city of Ratnagiri, known for its beautiful beaches and historical sites. As I travelled through the winding roads, I was mesmerized by the lush green hills, scenic waterfalls, and vibrant villages.

One of the highlights of my trip was visiting the many small fishing villages along the coast. The fishermen were friendly and welcoming, and I was fortunate enough to witness their traditional fishing methods, such as using large nets and wooden boats.

Overall, The Konkani culture is a unique blend of Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity, and the region is home to several significant temples, mosques, and churches making it a must-visit destination for me.