The term “May I Come In” refers to asking permission before entering someone else’s home or business. The gates in the French colony of Pondicherry are built in the traditional French style, with high walls and a huge variety of colors.
Guardian: The way protector.
This is one of the most popular tourist and photographic locations because of its vibrant-looking architecture. Wide streets, old colonial buildings, and French street names all carry the essence of the centuries-old history of the White City.
Hungry: A place where everyone forgets everything.
The elegant architecture of all the French buildings of the White City is striking: facades decorated with vertical columns, large arched doors, arched windows with vertical bars, and protruding balconies.
Old Gate: Age and want sits smiling at the gate.
The various French-style buildings are painted yellow to give the illusion that you are in France for a moment. The predominant use of soothing colors such as yellow, peach, and white to paint most of the French buildings.
Pondicherry: The art of french people.
The White City area of Pondicherry is also known as the French Quarter and you can’t go wrong if you think you’re in Montpellier or Bordeaux.
Peace: Peace to all who enter.
Nearly two hundred years of French occupation resulted in a noticeable decoration of Pondicherry. It contains a fine collection of paintings, various textiles belonging to the French period and belonging to the various rulers of Puducherry.
Welcome: Everyone is welcome here.
All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Jobin Thomas, Changanasserry, Kottayam, Creative Hut Institute of Photography. A photography school in Kerala called Creative Hut gave him a Professional Diploma in the Art of Photography. It is illegal to copy them, in whole or in part, without the permission of the rightful owners.