Pondicherry in Analog

French and Tamil influences in architecture and cuisine, laid back life, walkable distances, beaches and promenade walks, incense filled air, charming cycle rickshaws, friendly people, vintage cars, quaint cafes, colourful doors and windows–I could get used to a life in Pondicherry. Sharing a few photos I took with my Diana Mini during my visit to Pondicherry.

Parked for the afternoon.
Fruit vendors outside the temple
Charming cycle rickshaws in the French quarter
Temple in the Tamil quarter
Pondicherry’s French quarter has beautiful homes built with influences from both French and Tamil architecture.
Streets lined with lovely buildings.
A motorbike at the promenade
Green door, blue window, red lines, white rangoli at the entrance and me.
Dinner at the Neemrana property in Pondicherry
Vintage cars and colourful walls can only be seen in Pondicherry

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