Members of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) and pro-Hindu organizations had made a human chain around ‘Hatkataro Khamb (Inquisition Pillar)’ in the background of ‘Goa Kranti Din’. Hindus present at the venue expressed the following views. Read more »
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Goa State Directorate of Archives and Archaeology has initiated the process for inclusion of ‘Haat Kaatro Khamb’ in the list of preserved heritage monuments. Read more »
Govt spends millions on preservation of churches which remind Portuguese oppression; but ‘Hatkataro Khamb’ which quietly tells atrocities by Portuguese against Hindus, seems to be deliberately neglected Read more »
India got independence; however Christian missionaries continue to conduct conversion of Hindus in schools, hospitals, orphanages, etc. in the name of social work, by offering material bounties. Read more »
The representation further states that, the ‘Haat Kaatro Khaamb’ pillar is a witness of severe atrocities meted out to Hindus in the State during the Portuguese regime; but as of date there is not even a board telling the history behind the pillar. Read more »
‘Haat Kataro Khaamb’ in old Goa is a symbol of Goans who sacrificed their life to maintain their self-respect. It is a memorial in the form of a pillar and should be preserved as historical monument. Read more »
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