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Brahmapur is a historic village in North Goa District of Goa. It houses the ruins of Shri Gomanteshwar Temple.

This village was originally inhabited by a colony of Brahmins in ancient times. The Shri Gomanteshwar Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, was believed to be built by Madhava Mantri, a minister belonging to the Vijayanagar Empire. The temple was destroyed by the Portuguese colonial rulers. Its ruins currently attract hordes of people from far and wide.

Brahmapur is situated on the borders of Ela village. The nearest prominent city is Old Goa. Karmali Railway Station is the nearest railhead.

Updated on 30th June, 2005
District: North Goa


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