We were isolated on the top of the Nilgiri hills
, remote at any time and culturally cut off, and new poets or writers came our way usually by accident, by the finding of a new periodical, the occasional arrival of a literary review.
The earlier records of mosquito fauna from Nilgiri hills
from 1933 to 1992 of various workers are compiled along with addition of our present records (NCDC unpublished data).
The next chapter on "Early Seventeenth-Century Christian Mission to the Toda of the Nilgiri Hills
" (1969/93) does not contain any new data, and yet is of great importance because it puts together with great care a lot of data scattered elsewhere.
A quaint town nestled in the Nilgiri hills
this is an idyllic place and is also where Mansoor Khan, the director of films like Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar and Qayamat se Qayamat Tak has set up his place called Acres Wild.
Horticulture stalls displayed a large collection of produce, implements and resources of the Nilgiri hills
The Glendale Tea Estate of the Nilgiri Hills
is located at an altitude of 5,000 to 6,600 feet above sea level.
Comprehensive Bibliography for the Nilgiri Hills
of Southern India, 1603-1996.
London, November 25 (ANI): The Indian government has rejected a site under Nilgiri hills
at Singara in the state of Tamil Nadu for the construction of a neutrino laboratory, due to environmental issues.
The company specializes in small-estate offerings, mostly from Darjeeling (including Soureni Estate) where family roots run deep, as well as from Assam, Dooars, and the Nilgiri Hills
. While most American tea importers boast about products from marquee estates--Castleton, Puttabong, Makaibari, Goomtee, etc.--Jaya has adopted a riskier strategy: carrying several choice selections from famous gardens, but using these brand names to lure customers to top-quality but lesser-known offerings.
"Linguistics and Botany in the Nilgiris." In Blue Mountains Revisited: Cultural Studies on the Nilgiri Hills
Palada (Tamil Nadu), Sep 3 (ANI): A museum in Tamil Nadu's Palada district provides an insight into the life of tribal communities living in Nilgiri Hills
as it displays traditional tribal weapons, utensils, musical instruments, jewellery and costumes.
The Nilgiri Hills
also known as the Blue Mountains of India, produces just 2500 T of quality Arabica.