Anjuna is a laid-back coastal village on the Arabian Sea in Goa, southwest India. Anjuna Beach, a sandy cove dotted with palms and black rocks, was a well-known destination among hippies in the 1960s. Today it's known for its electronic music trance parties. Each Wednesday, a sprawling flea market sells handicrafts, jewelry and food. North of the beach is St. Anthony’s Chapel, an old church with a whitewashed facade.
Konkani is the official state language and the most widely spoken language of Goa. However, Goa, like elsewhere in India, is multi-cultural and multi-lingual. The locals speak and write Konkani, Marathi, Kannada, Hindi, English, and even Portuguese, though they are very few in number.
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