Brahmagiri Wild Life Sanctuary Kodagu
Brahmagiri Wild Life Sanctuary , part
of Western Ghats is located in Kodagu district of Karnataka.
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The eastern point of the sanctuary almost merges with
Nagarhole National Park, only a narrow stretch of coffee
plantation is between these two.
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The sanctuary is named
after Brahmagiri peak here whose height
is 1607 m. Average temperature of this place varies
from 5 degrees to 32 degrees.
The vegetation which can be found at Brahmagiri Wild Life Sanctuary Coorg
Evergreen and Semi Evergreen Forest
Grasslands with shola forests at greater heights. Sholas consist of stunted evergreen trees , dwarfed by strong winds.
Bamboos with Bambusa bamboo are most predominant
Some of the animals found Brahmagiri Wild Life Sanctuary Coorg are
Malabar Giant Squirrel
Lion Tailed macaque
Giant Flying Squirrel
Barking Deer and many
You need to come here to see an array of flora and fauna at Brahmagiri Wild Life Sanctuary Coorg . Come here between October-May
Nearest airport is Bangalore airport . There are two
routes by rail and road . One is Bangalore-Mysore by
rail/road and then to Honsur Gonikappa Sanctuary.
Another one is Mangalore- Madikeri
PLACES TO VISIT IN KODAGU DISTRICT
Abbey Falls also called as Abbi falls is just 5 km from Madikeri. Here the Madikeri or Muttaramutta stream naturally falls from a precipice at a height of 70 feet in between huge boulders to a rocky valley. The British called Abbey falls as the Jessy waterfalls in memory of Jessy the daughter of Madikeri's first chaplain. During the monsoon season the water flow is very high. Abbey falls is well known picnic spot. The best time to visit Abbey falls is early winter when the monsoons have brought plenty of water.
Bylakuppe Tibetan Settlement
Bylakuppe Tibetan Settlement Bylakuppe is the largest Tibetan settlement in India located near Kushalanagar in Kodagu district. The settlement set up in 1960 holds a several monasteries and temples of all major Vajrayana (Indo-Tibetan Buddhist) lineages.
The omkareshwara temple was built by Lingarajendra II in 1820. This temple is built in Indo- Saracenic style of architecture with a dome on the roof and minarets at the four corners. The Linga was brought from Kashi.
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