By Vini Gupta
So, I went to Coorg last week and I was lucky enough to witness the lush and really very green side of Coorg as it was raining there! For the first time ever I saw tea and coffee estates and came to know that Coorg is famous for its coffee. On the second day of my trip we discovered the coffee and tea estates, not too far from the resort where we (me and my friends) were staying and that gave me a chance to capture a beautiful coffee plant pattern.
During the entire trip, with all of nature around me made me think how we can easily borrow from nature to create patterns or see how nature has its own patterns that need no improvement! We can just take a part of a huge canopy trees and stick it, as is on our wall!
From the cool coffee plantations we moved on to a very different experience – a very famous Buddhist monastery (we came to know that there are over 7 monasteries in Coorg). We went on to search for the Lama monastery when we discovered the Tibetan camp and on the way to that, we spotted was an amazing movie poster of a Tibetan movie.
Imagine, in the state of Karnataka, in Coorg, there is a small, complete world that is Tibet where even the cinema is Tibetan. This is how the world grows and changes and morphs into something new.