In Siolim, villagers gathered at the San Joao Chapel, located at Fernandes Waddo.
Apart from prayers at the chapel, the villagers played traditional musical instruments such as the ghumot.
As part of the celebrations in Siolim's Fernandes Waddo and Bamon Waddo, some villagers danced like horses (ghodde) on 'horses' made of coconut leaves.
People could be seen making copels (floral crowns) using local flowers such as ixora, mussaenda and bougainvillea.
A boat parade is another unique aspect of the celebrations in Siolim.
People from near and far braved the rains to witness the festivities in Siolim.
On the occasion of Sao Joao, platters of delicious local fruits were offered in thanksgiving.
In Baga, even young kids could be seen participating in the revellery by jumping into local wells.
Some revellers utilised the opportunity to share a message along with their festivities.