The culture of Ooty is a medley of the traditional culture of the native tribes, the colonial culture of the British and also the culture of people from different backgrounds, who have settled in the town. Colonial influence is reflected in the architecture of British-era bungalows. Arts, music and dance forms play a significant role in the culture if Ooty. M.A.D festival is held every year and it serves as a platform for talented musicians and artists. \n\nThe native tribes also have their own culture and perform dances on various occasions. They are skilled weavers and are experts in a type of embroidery called ‘pungur’, done on mats, shawls and bags. This style is unique to the area.
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Shopping in Ooty Main Bazaar is therapy for shoppers! Find everything from tea, spices, handmade chocolates to toda shawls & more.
If you are planning a trip to Ooty in the winters, here are a few places you just can’t afford to miss.
The pristine vista of the Avalanche Lake and the intoxicating aura of its surroundings attracts tourists from across the world.
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