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Festivals & Custom

The customs that are followed on a person’s death plays a vital role in Kodava community. Not everyone are cremated, few are buried. The main idea behind this is to show respect to the deceased… read more »

Author Mookonda Kushalappa Brief Biography Coluvanda Cariappa, was a Subedar and later Head Sheristadar of the Mercara taluk in Coorg. Madikeri was known as Mercara and Kodagu as Coorg in those days. The Head Sheristadar… read more »

Kodava wedding is one of the fun filled traditional ceremonies which are performed in the absence of Brahmin priests. There are various types of Mangala which were followed in the ancient times. Few among them… read more »

Essay Competition – Festivals of kodagu  As it is said kundath bettath neenda kudare parane banel tharuvo kudre……..  ,During the period of Lockdown in 2020   kodavaclan   had called for a competition from kodavas to… read more »

Coorg a small district is famous for folk dance and songs. There are varieties of dance forms where people across the nation often visit Coorg to enjoy these folk dances that proudly present the local… read more »

About We worship our ancestors as our main deity. The place where we revere them is called as Kaimada. Once in a year, especially on festive occasions, kaarona is offered meedi or sacrifice by killing fowls… read more »

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