No Indians have reportedly been killed in the Paris terror attacks on Friday that left over 120 people dead.
There have been no Indian casualties so far, Manish Prabhat, Deputy Chief of Mission in France conveyed to ANI news agency.
He, however, said there were some calls for aid, and that the mission helped those Indians.
The Indian embassy in France has put up a helpline number  for those seeking help after the Paris attacks.
"Indian Embassy telephone 0140507070 open, we hope all Indians are safe. Our prayers with families affected and solidarity with France," Indian Ambassador to France Mohan Kumar tweeted.
An Information Number has also been put by the police up for tourists in Paris: +33 (0) 1 45 55 80 00.
The attacks are said to be the worst in France since World War II.
The multiple attacks in Paris were reportedly in the same vicinity as the Indian embassy, according to The Hindu.
No Indian casualties so far. Some called us for aid & we helped them: Manish Prabhat, Deputy Chief of Mission in France to ANI #ParisAttacks
â€” ANI (@ANI_news) November 14, 2015