Fort Cabo de Rama
Fort Cabo de Rama derives its name from Lord Rama. Legend says that he and his wife Sita took refuge at this fort when they were exiled for 14 years. This fort withstood gruesome battles between the Portuguese, Marathas, Muslim invaders, and Hindu kings, and was used as a prison by the British. There’s a church inside the fort that is still a place of prayer for devotees.
Canacona Taluka, South Goa, India