Liked the beautiful concept of a garden with works of thread. It shows the delicate and miniature works of the people. It is really a place to visit, as it is one of its kind in the world.
A small garden show casing of an excellent skill of handicapped woman. It was definitely work of patience and love and passion for what they do...Hats off to them and its beyond imagination.
The products exhibited there involves hard work which is commendable. The ticket charges and camera charges are too high considering the fact that, it is boring inside. It just takes less than 5 min to enter and exit the place.
Thread garden is a artificial garden made bu using thread and it took 12 years to make that pretty garden...... When you enter this artificial garden you will feel it as a natural garden......you can identify its uniqueness only if you keep your eyes wide opened....
Inside the garden everything is made of canvas,thread without any stitching and copper wire and they have decorated a whole garden with many flowers from India and abroad.Its really surprising.50 persons worked for 12 years to built the garden.One can see sample of the flowers and leaves made of thread, however minimum price is Rs 600 for a small bunch... More
We paid Rs 60 for the entry and was disappointed to see. Though the thought of creating an artificial garden made of thread is commendable, it can stiil not be considered a must see for the tourists
This is a small patch near entrance to Ooty Lake where a small garden is laid out consisting of plants and flowers hand made from thread and needle which took twelve years in making. They look so real unless you touch them.
There are some places you'll feel that they are so real but they are man made with thread! * Click some good pics before entering the place. * As you go in, it is a very narrow route and you'll come out very soon. * There are people who are there to explain things about the thread garden and its... More
Please visit this place.... you have to see the flowers over there. all handicapped peoples made those flowers. initially we have not believed. but its true.
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