Coorg, also known as Kodagu, is an administrative district which was earlier a separate state but later on was merged with the Mysore state. The district of Coorg is known for its warriors, giving it the name “The Warrior State”.
Agriculture in Coorg is the most important factor when it comes to the district’s economy. For example, rice and coffee are grown extensively across the region. Coorg is primarily known for its acres of coffee plantations and exceptionally hospitable people, who wholeheartedly welcome the tourists and give them a feel of home. The district is a combination of the dominant group i.e. the Kodavas and other ethnic groups. The language commonly spoken by the locals here is the Kodava language.
The beauty of the region coupled with scrumptious local cuisine lure travellers from across the world to the Scotland Of India.