Nilgiri district is in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Nilgiri English: Blue Mountains is a name that has been kept in the range of mountains spread across boundaries between states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. Nilgiri Hills are a part of a large mountain range known as Western Ghats. His highest point is Mount Doddabeta, whose height is 2,637 meters. The small district is mainly contained within this mountain range; The administrative headquarters Ooty is located in Otakamund or Ooty.
In the Nilgiri District, in Tamilnadu, a comprehensive Economic Environment Index is not ranked first in the ranking districts including Chennai, which has been prepared by the Financial Management and Research Institute. August and coffee plantations are important for its economy. As of 2011, the population of Nilgiris district was 735,394, in which 1,042 females had sex ratio per 1,000 males. Tourism is an important source of revenue for the Nilgiri. This district is home to several hill stations, which are seen by tourists during the summer.
These include Oghamandalam District Headquarters, Coonoor, Guadalur and Kotagiri. Nilgiri Mountain Train, popularly known as Toy Train, attracts tourists because the tour has extensive views of hills and forests. Mudumalai National Park is usually visited by wildlife enthusiasts, campers and backpackers. An annual flower show, organized by the Tamil Nadu Government in the Botanical Garden in Ooty by the Tamil Nadu Government, is an annual program which is known for its performance of Gulab.