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Coorg & Kerala

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BEST TIME TO VISIT

March to May/Oct to Dec

Overview

Kodavas were the earliest inhabitants and agriculturists in Kodagu, having lived there for centuries. Being a warrior community as well, they carried arms during times of war and had their own chieftains. The Haleri dynasty, an offshoot of the Keladi Nayakas, ruled Kodagu between 1600 and 1834. Later the British ruled Kodagu from 1834, after the Coorg War, until India’s independence in 1947. A separate state (called Coorg State) until then, in 1956 Kodagu was merged with the Mysore State (now Karnataka).

Culture of Coorg

 
Coorg is the Place with deep History of Kings and Rulers, the culture here completely different by other parts of the Karnataka State. Main ethnic group and majority are Arebhase Gowdas and Kodavas as they settled in the Kodagu from the time of British and south Indian dynasties rule. Women’s in the Coorg wear Saree which completely in different way compared to other communities and people. The Swords and Guns are ritually worship by the 

 Coorg peoples are born fighters from time of Kings to nowadays.

Attire 

‘Kuppasathatti’ is called the traditional dress which once their regular dress of Kodavas and Arebhase Gowdas, nowadays the dress wear only for some local festivals, tradition and special events.

Dities

The Kodavas worship a number of deities, Kaveramma is the main Goddess of Kodavas, besides the Goddess Kaveramma, they idolize Igguthappa, Muthappa, Bhagwathi, Mahadeva, Bhadrakali, Subramani swamy and Ayyappa. The Ariri, Meda, The kembatti and the Amma Kodavas are very similar in culture and language.

Wedding

At the wedding of Kodavas the banana stems are sliced by short Coorg traditional Sword. The Feasting, Dancing, Colorful tradition which makes Coorg wedding as a beautiful event.

Festivals

The Culture in the the festivals like Puthari, Kailmahurtha and Kaveri Sankramana goes with rich tradition before the events starts. The culture is almost same both for Kodavas and Arebhase gowdas and celebrates festivals such as Puthari, Kailmahurtha, Kaveri Sankrama and Dasara.

People

The Kodavas are the prime and oldest community of Coorg, they lives here from hundreds of years and appeared in wars for Kodagu Empire. Arebhashe gowdas also one of the major ethnic group in coorg and they wear white ‘Kuppasathatti’.

Food

Coorg People prepare many kind of special dished on festivals and special events, the dishes are Kadumbutt, Koogalet, Paputt, Pandi karri and ext.

Places to visit in Coorg & Kerala

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