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Kodagu District

There is also an English use of Coorg. It is also known as ‘Scotland’ in India. Kodagu is a hill station in Karnataka which is glorified by the dense forests of the Western Ghats. It covers an area of ​​4,102 square kilometers (1,584 square miles) in the Western Ghats of southwestern Karnataka. As of the 2011 census, the district had a population of 554,519, 13.74% of which was concentrated in urban centers, the lowest among the 30 districts of Karnataka. Coffee and “brave warriors” are popular in the world. Madikeri is the epicenter of Kodagu. Kodagu is home to Kodava-speaking locals.

Most of the land is now being used for agriculture. Historically and typically paddy fields are found in the valley. Coffee and pepper is found mainly in the surrounding hills near Madikeri. The most common crop is coffee, especially coffee robusta. It is India’s second coffee producing area after Baba Budagiri in Chikkamagaluru district. Kodagu has grown into one of India’s wealthiest districts.

Kodagu is considered rich with wildlife resources. It has three wildlife sanctuaries and one national park: Brahmagiri, Talakaveri and Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuaries and also known as Nagarhole National Park or Rajiv Gandhi National Park.

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