Revora is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) from Mapusa in Goa, India. The village is famous for an ancient church. It comes in the purview of Tivim constituency. The basic occupation of the village is paddy cultivation. Revora lies on the banks of the river Chapora. People living on the banks of the river belonged to the fishing community and the river provided various types of seafood. A lot of the villagers are now involved in sand extraction, wherein sand extracted from the river bed is used mostly for construction purposes.