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     The climb to the Brahmagiri hills brings you into a panoramic view of the entire misty landscape of Coorg. A walk across the rope bridge leads to the sixty-four-acre island of Nisargadhama. Running into Buddhist monks from India’s largest Tibetan settlement, at nearby Bylakuppe, is a bonus. The monks, in red, ochre and yellow robes, are amongst the many surprises that wait to be discovered by visitors searching for the heart and soul of India, right here in Coorg.
Explanation:
 
In conclusion, the author says that to look at the entire Coorg hill station, one must climb up to Brahmagiri hills. And a walk through a rope bridge would lead to the sixty-four-acre island of Nisargadhama, a famous island of Coorg. Moreover, nearby that place lies Bylakuppe, India's largest Tibetan settlement, where Buddhist monks reside in their typical red, ochre and yellow robes.
 
The author concludes by saying 'Coorg' is the heart and Soul of India.
 
Meaning of difficult words:

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Panoramic With a full or wide view
Reference:
National Council of Educational Research and Training (2007). Glimpses of India - Coorg - Lokesh Abrol (pp 90-94). Published at the Publication Division by the Secretary, National Council of Educational Research and Training, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi.