Answer - Coorg is known as the "India's Scotland".
The view above is proof positive of Scotland's notoriously gloomy atmosphere. The undulating hills, meadows, and woods of Coorg are remarkably similar to those of Scotland, with a variance in the type of vegetation observed above. Scotland and Coorg have similar overall topography.
The locals have evolved naturally to the area due to the abundance of streams and water features in the area. Additionally, the Loch Leathen Waterfall in Scotland is very similar to the Abbey Waterfalls of Madikeri in Coorg. The two also have a comparable architecture in addition to having a variety of water features, lush vegetation, and highlands.
Coorg is known as the "India's Scotland". The picturesque region of Coorg is tucked away among the ethereal mountains that form Karnataka's southernmost boundary.