Hindu temples are ubiquitous throughout India, but in Goa they tend to be overshadowed by massive Christian churches and cathedrals. (Despite the fact that Christians only make up about a quarter of the Goan population while Hindus make up about 2/3rds.) This was one of the more prominent Hindu temples we saw. It’s located in Old Quarter.
This monument is dedicated to Dr. Tristao de Braganza Cunha, who was an Indian nationalist who opposed the colonial regime. While India gained it’s independence from Britain in 1947, Goa remained under Portuguese rule until 1961.