Make a mind map on Coorg - Glimpses of India

Solution
Such questions are made for enhancing self-creative skills and should be tried answering on your own. However, here are a few points that will help you in framing your answer:

You can make a diagram by highlighting the main points of the story. Then you can represent the associated ideas that were arranged around the story.
There are three stories mentioned in the chapter. They are as follows.
  1. A baker from goa.
    • In this lesson, we will see the importance of the baker in Goan society.
    • The pader would usually bake fragrant (and delicious!) loaves of bread for the elders.
    • Marriage gifts are incomplete without the traditional bol, a sweet bread.
    • A lot of bread would be baked by the pader, and he would load it all onto his bamboo basket.
    • He would go around to all the houses for selling bread.
    • He'd sell the bread to the maid-servant of the house.
    • His specially made bamboo stick would jingle, and attract the attention of the household.
    • The pader came dressed in a kabai.
    • The pader collects his fees every month, which would be accounted/calculated on a wall.
  2. Coorg
    • Coorg is so beautiful that it is said to have drifted from the kingdom of God.
    • The land comprises of martial men, beautiful women and wild creatures.
    • The climatic conditions are perfect for all.
    • There are many coffee estates and colonial bungalows.
    • The people are very independent. They are of Greek or Arabic descent.
    • Most of their beliefs and traditions stem from the Hindu religion.
  3. Tea from Assam
    • Assam is described as a state of high tea production.
    • Assam is believed to have the largest concentration of plantations in the world.
    • This large production of tea is the reason why it is called the 'tea country'.
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