Parra, Goa

Parra is a village in Bardez sub-district, North Goa, India. It is close to the town of Mapusa and the villages of Saligao, Calangute, Assagaon, Anjuna and Vagator. Parra covers quite a vast land area, but most of it is agricultural land with pockets of residential land. It is also quite close to Panjim city, the capital of Goa. A resident of Parra is popularly known as a "Porrikar". Parra used to be famous for sweet, red watermelons.

Parra
village
Parra is located in Goa
Parra
Parra
Location in Goa, India
Parra is located in India
Parra
Parra
Parra (India)
Coordinates: 15°34′0″N 73°47′0″E / 15.56667°N 73.78333°E / 15.56667; 73.78333Coordinates: 15°34′0″N 73°47′0″E / 15.56667°N 73.78333°E / 15.56667; 73.78333
Country India
StateGoa
DistrictNorth Goa
Languages
 • OfficialKonkani
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
403510
Vehicle registrationGA
Nearest cityMapusa
Websitegoa.gov.in

Parra Church is dedicated to St. Anne.

Manohar Parrikar is one of the most notable person hailing from parra.