Taleigao is an upcoming area in Ilhas, Goa near the capital city of Panjim. It is a developed locale in Ilhas de Goa bordered by the Arabian Sea to the west, vast tracts of fields to the east, Odxel-Vaiguinim- Dona Paula to the south and Santa Inez-Bhatlem to the north. Close proximity to Panjim, Taleigão was the granary of North Goa during the Portuguese era, as vast tracts of agricultural land were under rice cultivation. The essence of Taleigão lies in its marvelous expanses of palm – fringed beaches, the bright green paddy fields and Nagalli hill, antique houses and mansions, broad roads, foot paths, antique church, traffic circles beautified with azulejo titles, chapels and temples, educational institutions, hotels and of course its friendly and fun loving inhabitants. Vasco-Da-Gama is the nearest Railway Station to this locale, whereas Goa International Airport is located at brief driving distance thus making commuting easy for the residents as well as for tourists. The prominent Religious Institutions are Church of São Miguel Arcanjo, Chapels in Taleigão, Temples and Mosques. Konsanche fest of Taleigão (Harvest feast) is celebrated with enthralling music of brass bands, colourful ceremonial umbrella, cannon fire, procession and high mass at São Miguel Arcanjo church. Prominent landmarks in Taleigão include São Miguel Church, which was established in 1544 by the order of preachers called Dominicans and is currently one of Goa's oldest churches. It also hosts one of the finest football grounds in Goa - the Dr. Remigio Pinto Football Ground and the best all season spacious Community Hall which caters to weddings, social functions, trade fairs, etc. Taleigao is also blessed with beautiful beaches, Parks, Hillock of Dona Paula, Antique Houses, British Cemetery and Statue of Jack de Sequeria. Owing to the presence of well-developed social infrastructure, Taleigao is the best place to reside.