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... haunt you forever with its timeless beauty. It is popularly dubbed as Southern Kashmir and Scotland of India. The name "Kodagu" is derived from the local name Kodavu and the people of Kodagu, who are known ...
2. What are Homestays? (In general)
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... their tourism industry. People in several holiday destinations with large homes invite travellers to stay in their homes as their guests for the duration of their travel. What travellers can ...
... mountains and other areas of scenic/landscape beauty. If you are an amateur photographer then early morning mist covered mountains are your best bet. Late in the evening, people with young-heart can also ...
People of Pachi Bale are famous for their hospitality. You can also taste typical Veg / Non-veg Coorg meals with prior arrangements with this estate owner. PACHI BALE presents some of the most mouthwatering ...
... animals like wild boar and deer. The largest river here, River Cauvery, which the local people worship, rises on the eastern side of the Western Ghats. Its tributaries drain the greater part of Coorg. ...
6. History and Origin of Coorg
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...  While for some, it is believed to have been named after the River Cauvery (Kaveri), where 'kod' means 'give' and 'ava' means 'mother' - which means Cauvery is the 'mother to the people'. Few believe ...
... mist, lofty mountains, the picturesque serene, eye catching water falls. Mercara is one of the best place to relax. Mercara attracts lakhs of people from all over during Dushera festival. Virajpet ...
... costumes of Kodavas resemble that of the people of Middle East, with a long coat (Kuppya) down to mid-calf with a band of gold trimmed sash (chele) with tassels, across the waist tied in a bow. The ends ...
9. Kodava as Religion and Faith
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... people with a proud martial tradition. Though they form only about 20% of Kodagu, they are the dominant group, synonymous with the region. The customs followed by the Kodavas are strange and different ...
10. Kodava Traditions
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The names of Kodava people are characteristic and include a clan name. The clan is central to Kodava culture and families trace their lineage through clans. Marriage within a clan is forbidden. The family ...
11. Kodava Festivals
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... the shooting skills are tested by firing at a coconut tied on to the branch of a tall tree. In the earlier days, there were sports like grabbing a coconut from the hands of a group of 8-10 people (thenge ...
12. Padi Igguthappa Temple - Kakkabe Town
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... for the Puthari festival (Harvesting Festival of Coorg). Iguthappa is another name for Lord Subramanya. The Annual festival is held in the month of March during which time people from all over gather ...
13. Talacauvery - Bhagamandala
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... 34 Kms from Madikeri. Famous Bhangandeshwara temple attracts thousands of religious people from across India especially on every October 17th, on Tulasankramana [Cauvery Sankramana] when grand prayers ...
... are impressive. Dalai Lama often visits the place. The friendly people never come out without wearing a heavenly smile. Visitors are wholeheartedly greeted by the decorated shops where you get some genuine ...
15. Dargah sharief - Yemmemadu
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... He soon attracted people of all faiths due to his views and practices. People belonging to various faiths visited the place ever since. Every year 'Urus' or 'Urs' is held here for eight days in their ...
16. Abbey Waterfalls - Near Mercara City
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... neccesaries are to be purchased well in advance from the city. People with knee pain must be carefull as several steps are to be climbed down to reach the falls. Stay within the fenced area. Do not swim. ...
17. Chelavara Waterfalls - Chelavara village
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... is incorrect. It is more like a mini-trekking. People with knee pain might face difficulties. Older generation might not enjoy the trip to Chelavara falls. Do not leave children unattended at anytime. ...
18. Mallalli Waterfalls - Mallalli village
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... by brilliant green flora creates a calming atmosphere like no other. Mallalli falls is situated on the foothills of Pushpagiri hill-ranges. Be prepared for a truly magical experience. People with knee ...
19. Harangi Dam - Hadgur Village
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... people mostly during the monsoon season when the released water roaringly splashes the ground. This place is ideal for weekend picknick with family and friends. Best time to visit the dam is between August ...
... are impressive. Dalai Lama often visits the place. The friendly people never come out without wearing a heavenly smile. Visitors are wholeheartedly greeted by the decorated shops where you get some genuine ...

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