Lamgau Caves Goa
Yet another famous tourist spot that can not be lost on Lamgau caves. These can be addressed in two ways the first is the way through Lamgau village itself, and quite tiring journey along the base of the hill, and the second is much more easy it is to drive through Bicholim on the road to Mapusa. following the instructions in the caves of the Pandavas, a path through some rice paddies leading to two caves carved into the rock of Buddhist origin.
The closest to Lamgau is small but very artistic in design. A distant view is impossible due to the growth of areca palms in front of the caves. A small stream adds to the atmosphere of silence everywhere and in this cave, there is a stone linga installed with a Tulsi Vrindavan and a small image of Nandi bull in the yard simple. The other cave is much larger and is mainly used as a refuge from the monsoon and is quite deep with a difficult step. There are some great open pit iron ore over the caves where the strange noise reminds us across town Bicholim. Throughout the day Mapusa is more interesting with the presence of many nice temples and villages.
There is an interesting temple dedicated to Lord Ravalnath Mulgao. It is quite ironic that one can find two temples near Assonora after Bardez Bicholim Taluka crossing. The turnoff to the right of the road leading to the temple Advalpali Maruti is painted with beautiful designs, both internally and externally. Also here are statues of lions, pictures of flowers and a statue of Lord Hanuman himself. The temple is surrounded pipal tree correctly.