. Its unique name, which originated from the Portuguese word 'malcorada,' meaning 'poor colored,' evolved into 'mankurad aamo' in the local Konkani language.
The dessert's complex preparation process, which involves layering multiple ingredients like coconut milk, eggs, sugar, and ghee, showcases the region's culinary artistry and expertise
Crafts from Rajasthan and U.P.: Tradition at Its Finest!
involves inlaying gold or silver on steel, creating ornate designs on weaponry and other artifacts.
known as tie and dye, produces vibrant patterns on fabrics.
The GI tags awarded to the 'Goa Mankurad Mango,' 'Goan Bebinca,' and crafts from Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh are a testament to India's rich cultural heritage and unique craftsmanship. These tags not only protect the authenticity of these products and crafts but also elevate their market value, contributing to the sustainable growth of local communities.