Hotel de Pondicherry
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... My Dad and I went for their Sambar Rice and this was the best Sambar Rice that I have had in my entire life. The taste was simply great and though the portion looks small, it was good for one heavy eater and this was accompanied by some beetroot and ghee on the sides. Excellent!
Luckily they served coffee at this restaurant. The three ...
... by foot was indeed a pleasure. On one such exploration, we happened to come across an especially exquisite 3- block section of town that had the most remarkably restored and vibrantly painted colonial homes.
However, not all buildings in “Heritage Town” were in as good a condition as these homes. Pondicherry is clearly experiencing the boomtown growth of other places in India and ...
... and we had a delicious meal of fresh shrimps at a rooftop restaurant on the beach, overlooking the temple in the sea. We were also lucky to see a local fishers boat manoeuvring through the pretty strong waves, landing on the beach. A catch of fish is being carried away from another boat that must have come in just before.
After lunch it took us another three hours to complete the 145 kilometres to Pondicherry. There we are ...
... rock cut temple. This one illustrated Krishna’s savior qualities. The picture depicted Lord Krishna carrying the weight of a mountain, protecting the simple people of his village from the merciless rain. Yet again, the engravings were enigmatic! A taste of Bengal was awaiting us high above a granite rock. We overcame steep stairs and confronted the ancient Goddess of Bengal- Ma Durga. This temple’s name is ‘Mahisasura Maddini’ and was beauty in ...
... more mobile. I have a car, multiple friend circles, and a variety of cuisines and hobbies to choose from on any given day. India gives you a freedom that is more basic. I’m free from trying to propagate an image. Free from social obligations or the polite fakeness of confronting narrow minded attitudes. I’m free from sterilization and expectation. The people here accept my presence as an accomplishment and remark at the distance I’ve come to be in a place ...