The Indian ancient text Mahabharata mentions Goa as Gopa-rashtra or Gova-rashtra which means a city of cow hearders. Gopakapuri was used in ancient Sanskrit texts. In the latter, Goa is also known as Goman-chala. Parashuram-bhoomi is a name that the region is referred to in certain inscriptions and texts such as the Puranas. From 13th century BC,The Greeks called Goa as Nelkinda when they had arrived here. Some other names from history are Sandabur and Mahassapatam which represent modern day Goa. Breathtakingly sensuous silvery sands,clear and clean beaches ,fabulous flora and fauna, rich cultural heritage, captivating churches, and terrific temple, Goa is complete initself. Languages spoken in goa are English, Portuguese, Konkani, Hindi and Marathi. This well connected ancient city has a big Chinese Interpreters resource for Translation Agency.