Coorg Class 10 Summary | Glimpses of India | English First Flight
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Introduction of Coorg ➦
Coorg is the 2nd part of Glimpse of India chapter. So you think what is Coorg? Coorg is a place name and it is the smallest district of Karnataka. Coorg is a coffee country and famous for its rainforest and spice and forest cover 30% of its land. So Let’s start the Coorg summary after a small introduction.
Where is Coorg ➦
The author says between the Mysore and the coastal town of Mangalore you see heaven(Author talk about Coorg). And this land of rolling hills so many residents, beautiful women, brave men, and wild creatures live. Coorg or Kodagu is the smallest district of Karnataka and 30% of the corgis cover evergreen rainforest and also with coffee plantation, spices forest.
When nobody comes in Coorg ➦
During the monsoon, Coorg face heavy rainfall and due to this nobody come to Coorg but when September months come then September to march it was joy start means weather is perfect and so many visitors are come to see the beauty of Coorg. And Visitors of Coorg are able to feel the smell of coffee in the air.
What is the story of Coorg ➦
The violent independent people of Coorg of possible his descent(generation) was Greek or Arabic and other is so many theory related present like a theory of Alexander army, when Alexender army moved could along the coast and settled here when became impossible, they married with local(Coorg women) and they start following their own culture, religious. And the second theory of Arab.
How Coorg people welcome ➦
Corgis homes have a tradition of welcoming the guest, and they are more excited to tell their stories of courage and bravery related to their sons and father. The Coorg regiment is one of the maximum numbers of bravery award receiving regiment in the Indian army and the first chief of the Indian army was also a corgi General Cariappa. Even now, Kadavu’s are the only people in India permitted to carry guns without any license.
What author say about Coorg ➦
Author says the river Kaveri obtains its water from the hills and forest of Coorg, Mahseer- a large freshwater fish- abound in these waters. And so many animals like squirrels, langurs, elephant kingfishers enjoying in the freshwater.
The author says if a lazy person comes to Coorg then it converts into high energy exciting experience with river rafting, travel in a long narrowboat, rock climbing and mountain biking numerous walking paths created by walking in this region are a favorite with trekkers. And when you start your trekker then birds, bees, and butterflies give you company.
What experience get Coorg visitor ➦
The author says climb to the Brahmagiri hills brings you into a view of a wide area of land of the entire indistinct landscape of Coorg. A walk across the rope bridge leads to the sixty-four-acre island of Nisargadhama.
Running into Buddhist monks from the Indian largest Tibetan residence at nearby Bylakuppe is unexpected extra benefits. The monks in red and yellow dress are amongst the many surprises that wait to be discovered by visitors searching for the heart and soul of India right here in Coorg.
About the Author ➠
Lokesh Abrol is the author of the Coorg chapter. Independent medical professional travel writer and photographer Lokesh Abrol’s goal is a promote nature and heritage education and health by spreading knowledge awareness pride and love for all that is beautiful in our world. He is a travel writer especially of the natural heritage of India and her neighborhood.
6 ➵ Important lines from(Coorg chapter)
- Coorg is the smallest district of Karnataka and 30% of the corgis cover evergreen rainforest and also coffee plantation, spices forest we see in coorg.
- The violent independent people of Coorg of possible his descent(generation) was Greek or Arabic.
- Corgis people have a tradition to welcome the guest, and they are more excited to tell their stories of courage and bravery related to their sons and father.
- The Coorg regiment is the highest bravery award receiving regiment in the Indian army and the first chief of the Indian army was also a corgi General Cariappa.
- If a lazy person comes to Coorg then it converts into energetic after watching the environment.
- Climb to the Brahmagiri hills brings you into a view of a wide area of land of the entire indistinct landscape of Coorg.
5 ➵ The important question for the Board exam(from Coorg chapter)
Question 1:- What is the special favor granted only to them even now? [CBSE 2013]
Answer:- Kodavus are the only people in India permitted to carry firearms without a license.
Question 2:- How do Coorg’s location, people, and natural features add to the diversity of India? [CBSE 2016]
Answer:- Coorg is beautifully located and described as a piece of heaven that must have drifted from the kingdom of God. It has rolling hillsides with a pollution-free river and forests teeming with wildlife. Here nature exists in its pristine glory, which adds to the diversity of India. Further, it has coffee and spice plantations, quite different from the rest of India. The local people, the Kodavas, are a martial race. Of course, they are well known for their hospitality, just like all Indians. All these features of Coorg add to the diversity of our country.
Question 3:- Which kind of animals are we likely to see at Coorg? [CBSE 2011]
Answer:- We are likely to see wild animals in Coorg.
Question 4:- Who is free to have a firearm without a license in India?
Answer:- Kadavu are the only people in India permitted to carry firearms without a license.
Question 5:- Find a word in the extract that means the same as ‘courage and bravery, usually in war. [CBSE 2013]
Answer:- ‘Valour’ from the extract means ‘courage and bravery, usually in war.
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5 ➵ Simple question for you(from Coorg chapter)
- How Coorg people welcome their guests?
- First army chief_______?
- Coorg of possible his descent was _____ or _______?
- Why does author say Coorg is heaven?
- What you like about Coorg tell us?
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