In Photos | Revelling in Puducherry’s Colours

Pillbox caps, street art and gourmet platters paint Puducherry with colourful and picturesque delights.

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A walk through the gridded town of Puducherry is nothing short of a simulation of walking through a box of crayons. Pink and yellow bougainvilleas, white balconies, pastel-painted bungalows and colourful scenes line its quaint alleyways. Even so, Puducherry finds itself amidst a dilemma: whether to be a great old colonial town resplendent with historical nuances or a chic new-age travel destination for modern travellers. Nevertheless, slices of life are best savoured in this town on foot or on a bike as the languid mood of its lanes comes alive with scenes of mundane activities.

 

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  • Rahulnath is a freelance travel and editorial photographer based out of Kerala. With a graduate degree in the liberal arts and a teeming interest at the intersection of photographs and cultures, he seeks to capture intimate and poignant narratives through his images, spanning digital and analog formats alike.

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