We took this trip sometime in January 2016 to visit our daughter who is currently doing her research there. The trip was short but memorable.
Puducherry is divided between the White Town or the French section and the Tamil section. One would probably find the maximum number of French speaking Indians here than anywhere else in the south east Asia. It’s both a picturesque town as well as like any other town in India, crowded, unorganised and chaotic traffic. Puducherry effortlessly lives through this dichotomy or better, the duality of order and chaos, elegance and ordinary, black and white ….
Sarbari I live in Bangalore, India, and by profession, I am CEO of a consulting organization, a Gender & Diversity Consultant and an Executive Coach. I write because I like writing. However, sometimes it makes sense to convey my thoughts to others and connect with others. Maybe it strikes a chord; perhaps it does not.
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