Trip to Kodagu (Coorg) was with the primary purpose of taking an holy dip (immersion) at Talakaveri – the originating place of river Kaveri (Cauvery).

As the post title says, this post is about some sights one would generally encounter on a road trip to Coorg. This post is by no means doing justice to the lush green meadows, sprawling coffee plantations or the numerous hillocks one would usually see in Coorg. This is just but a glimpse of Coorg I could capture when I wasn’t on the drivers seat. Images are not of excellent quality as they were either taken on the move or with very less time on hands.

 

Barren trees guarded by a Scare crow

scare crow barren trees coorg The Scare crow stands out in the scene and the fact that the plot of land its guarding is barren gives it a stark contrast

 

Government School

coorg government school established in 1895 but freshly painted with the tri-colour

 

Slanting trees

trees coorg road

 

At Anne’s church with adjoining school

St Anne's church Virajpet Coorg

My Mother-in-law did her schooling here.

 


Anoop Hullenahalli

An Electronics Engineer working on wireless embedded systems for a living. Traveling, photographing and sharing my experiences here at ANUBIMB helps me unwind and break the monotony of life.

2 Comments

Sarah · 25 Feb ’11 at 6:52 am

lovely clicks (as usual) .. where are the pics of the talakaveri?

    Anoop · 26 Feb ’11 at 6:26 am

    More posts to come on Coorg, but I don’t think I have taken many snaps at
    Talakaveri, there were big signboards put up saying no photographs of the
    holy springs. besides I was busy coaxing the missus to take the holy dip! 😛

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