Daman or Damao, an Union Territory was a Portuguese enclave for four centuries and a half till the end of the provincial control in 1961. Daman was the battleground to remove the Portuguese and had seen numerous wars waged against the outsider powers. It had been a blend where races and societies met and blended to yield a colorful character. This heaven of peace, isolation and happiness with its coastline along the Arabian ocean (the Gulf of Khambhat) was once known as Kalana Pavri or Lotus of Marshlands. A laid back little town, Daman is separated by the Damanganga stream. Nani Daman (or Little Daman) in the north and Moti Daman (or Big Daman) in the south which holds something of the Portuguese air in its Government structures and holy places of pilgrim beginnings encased inside a forcing divider.
The places of appeal for the tourists are:
Church of Bom Jesus: With an overlaid wooden sacred place reredos and podium. The lavishly cut primary south entryway with the hoisted exterior, grandiose roof, adorned with the statues of six holy persons stylize the church. Prepared in the best customs of Roman Church symbolization and structural planning, the congregation devoted to Bom Jesus pulls in both, sightseers and travelers, in substantial numbers.
Damanganga Tourist Complex: With facilities of cafeteria, conference halls, cottages, waterfalls, water sports, fountains and garden all at one location, this place assuredly rejuvenates every tourist.
Devka Beach: The shoreline presents magnificent amusement to the explorers. The atmosphere is tranquil. Strolling the shore as the waves move at your toes and the visual dramatization played out by nature with ocean turning its shade and the sky reflecting each one passing state of mind has constantly enchanted the travelers. Amid low-tide, one can walk directly into the ocean and gather shells and different stones.
The other magnets in Daman are: Fort of Moti Daman, Fort of St. Jerome, Jampore Beach, Light House, Mirasol Resort and Waterpark.
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