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Festivals & Custom

About This is one of the customs followed after the chaavu padathi. In this padathi, food cooked on that day is offered to crows by husband /wife of the deceased person.  This offering is made… read more »

Kadh Kadh is referred to ear-head of paddy. This part is the central stem of the plant where tightly packed row of flowers grow. Eventually, these become edible seed. About On the day of Puthari… read more »

About Ages ago, it was believed that guns shouldn’t be used once you step to Naati Pani (Transplantation) until Kailpodh. But, one day before Kailpodh, guns were taken for Deva Bodi and Deva Bote. Ritual… read more »

About Kakkada is the fourth month in the Kodava Calendar, which extends from mid-July to mid- August. Kakkada Padnett is the 18th day of the Kakkada Month which usually falls on August 2nd or 3rd…. read more »

Kani Poojuvo Kani Poojuvo is the custom followed next day (before sunrise) after the theerthodbhava. The next day morning i.e. On 18th of October, all families would worship Mother Kavery. Some will keep Cucumber or Coconut… read more »

Karana there is the ritual performed in honor of the founder of the Okka, which is usually performed by a Banna or Maleya who gets into a trance, possessed by the spirit of the ancestor…. read more »

Kodavas observe 3 festivals at a grand scale. The first festival is Kailpod that comes after the transplantation of paddy i.e. on September 3rd. Next comes the festival of kavery Sankramana.  Shree Kavery is Kodavas… read more »

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