Pondicherry, original name called by the name “Puducherry”, formerly (until 2006) Pondicherry, also spelled Pondichery, union territory of India all four areas of the territory are seaside tourist resorts. The city of Pondicherry is divided into two parts by a canal, and all the main streets, running parallel to one another, lead to the open roadstead offshore.
The port of Pondicherry does not have a harbour, and ships are forced to lie about 1 to 2 miles (1.5 to 3 km) offshore, but its roadstead was once considered the best on the Coromandel Coast.
Th There are a promenade, a landing place for cargo, and a pier. In and around the city are artesian wells that supply a large quantity of water for irrigation, the chief local crops being rice, cotton, and peanuts (groundnuts). The main industries are food processing and the manufacture of electrical appliances, textiles, paper, and lumber. The Pondicherry area has about 300 villages and hamlets.
Pondicherry is one of the popular tourist places in India, most of the foreigners will visit and see the beautiful resorts, parks, beaches with relax in sunlight.