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French Quarters, Pondicherry

About French Quarters, Pondicherry

The French Quarters is the most beautiful setting in Pondicherry. Right in front...Read More

Best Shops In French Quarters, Pondicherry

Anokhi, Pondicherry

Anokhi in Pondicherry This shop is in a quiet lane in the French Quarters in Pondicherry. Anokhi is a retail chain store for garments , accessories and home furnishings. They started their operations in Jaipur and have been in existence for more than 40 years. The Anokhi garments cotton use block prints extensively .Designs are etched on wooden blocks which are then transferred to the garments. Applique work, bead work and embroidery are also used on the Anokhi garments. Garments@ Anokhi Indian ethnic wear garments and Indo western wear garments are available in Anokhi. The dresses are characterised by simple white and pastel colours with striking flower patterns in pink blue, orange and red. Salwar kameez, palazzo pants, skirts, tunics and one piece dresses are very popular. There are jackets in darker shades such as red, green and indigo blue with the block print motifs. In the centre of the store is large basket with stoles and dupattas in a variety of designs. Home furnishings There is a beautiful display of bed sheets, pillow cases , bed covers and quilts . They are colour coordinated and neatly stacked one on top of the other. They are mostly is pastel colours . Accessories The accessories would include toilet cases, wallets , folders, stoles and jewellery. Anokhi has branches in many Indian cities and towns. The Anokhi products are elegant , pleasing and perfectly tailored. Anokhi has built a community of rural workers and trained them extensively to produce aesthetically pleasing products with superior quality . The average price would be Rs 4000 to Rs 6000/piece.

Kurtis, Salwar Suits

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About French Quarters, Pondicherry

The French Quarters is the most beautiful setting in Pondicherry. Right in front of the sea, facing the Promenade, you will spot neatly arranged rows of houses in a grid pattern. It is very idyllic and European in ethos and atmosphere. There is a lot of history here. The French ruled in Pondicherry from 1670 to 1954 and left an indelible mark on the city with their architecture, among other influences.

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In addition to the Gandhi statue, there is also a tall statue of Dupleix as well as a French War Memorial on Goubert Avenue on the Promenade. There is also a marble statue of Joan of Arc, which is located in front of the Church of Our Lady of the Angels in Dumas Street. The Bharathi Park, the Governor’s residence, the Pondicherry Museum and the Aurobindo Ashram, are all in the French Quarters.

If you are in the beautiful city of Pondicherry, you ought to visit AURA in the French Quarters. The shop is fairly spacious and popular for its range of personal care products. Its location, just opposite to the beach on the Promenade, also makes it perfect for shopping in Pondy.

Shops in Rue Rolland & Rue Dumas

The French Quarters is characterized by churches, convent buildings and villas painted in white or cheery yellow. Several of these residences have been converted to boutique shops in Pondicherry. Wander around these streets, all with French names, on foot and shop at a relaxed and easy pace. There is no market frenzy that you would typically have in other big cities. Rue Dumas, Rue Romain Rolland, Rue Suffren and Rue du Bazar St Laurent are some of the streets with best shops in Pondicherry.

Many of these shops have small cafes with interesting cuisines situated within their premises.

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