Ooty formally known as Udagamandalam is a town in the Nilgiris area of Tamil Nadu. It is a well known slope station. Excellent Mountain ranges with agreeable climate conditions consistently. Hand coasting, Trekking and mountain trekking accessible for experience fans.
Ooty was initially an ancestral land involved by the Badaga, Toda, Kota, Irula and Kurumba. The slopes wonderfully lush and fine solid spring with running water in each valley. The Toda surrendered that piece of the town to Sullivan and in May 1819, he started to assemble his cottage at Dimbhatti. He likewise began work on a street from Sirumugal to Dimbhatti that year.
Initially involves by the Badaga public and Toda individuals, the zone went under the standard of the East India Company toward the finish of the eighteenth century. The economy is bas on tourism and farming, alongside the production of meds and photographic film. The town is associated by the Nilgiri ghat streets and Nilgiri Mountain Railway. Its regular habitat pulls in vacationers and it is a famous summer location.
The Toda in Nilgiris are first referred to in a record having a place with Hoysala ruler Visnuvardhana and his overall Punisa, dated 1117 CE. The Toda public were known for raising water wild ox. Individuals known for cultivating exercises. Nilgiris was managed by different lines like Satavahanas, Gangas, Kadambas, Rashtrakutas, Hoysalas the Vijayanagara domain and the Raja of Ummattur (on behaf of Woodeyars of Mysuru) . Tipu Sultan caught Nilgiris in the eighteenth century and expanded the boundary byh developing a den cavern like construction. The Nilgiis came into ownership of British East India organization as a component of the surrendered lands, held by Tipu Sultan, by the arrangement of Srirangapatnam.
Top tourist Sightseeing places in Ooty are Avalanche Lake, Ooty Lake, Emerald Lake, Botanical Gardens, Deer Park, Doddabetta Peak, Kalhatty Waterfalls, Kamraj Sagar Dam, Mudumalai National Park, Mukurthi National Park, Needle View Hillpoint/Needle Rock View-point, Rose Garden, Ooty Toy Train, Tribal Research Center, Parsons Valley Reservoir, Pykara Waterfalls, St. Stephens Church, Ooty Stone House, Toda Huts Ooty, Wax World Ooty, Wenlock Downs Ooty, etc.