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In the History of Kodava during British rule, Coorgs entered politics, government service, education, and law. Under British protection, Kodagu became a State with nominal independence. The British recognised the exceptional martial abilities of the Kodavas and used them in their army.

 In the History of Kodava, many Kodavas fought in the two World Wars. They earned a reputation as able commanders and brave fighters, both under the British rule as well as post-independent India in all wings of defence. Eventually, famous sons of Kodagu became prominent members of the armed forces of India. General K.S. Thimayya DSO and Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa OBE are among the notables along with many other top officers. Dewan Bahadur Ketolira Chengappa was the last Chief Commissioner of Coorg in 1947. In 1950 Coorg was recognised as one of 27 different states of the Indian Union but in 1956 the state of Coorg was merged into Mysore (now Karnataka).

Author of the book Mookonda Nitin Kushalappa About the book This was the author’s first book, where he speaks of his reading and analysis of the origins of the Coorgs based on gene reports, racial… read more »

  Author of the book Iythichanda Ramesh Uthappa (Kannada original) Mookonda Nitin Kushalappa (English translation) About the Author Iythichanda Ramesh Uthappa, a journalist, is the original author of this book which was in Kannada. Mookonda Nitin… read more »

Author of the book Mookonda Nitin Kushalappa About the book Lt. Col. Puttichanda S Ganapathi MVC is known as ‘the Major who kept his cool’ after his participation as an Indian peacekeeper. A biography of… read more »

Thirolo Oork oru Maadeva, Kerik oru Aiyappa, vodek oru naatha, Vonik oru Poodha, Vokkak oru guru Karona pinja Kuliya  are the typical guardians of the kodava tribes. These Spirits entering the body of human beings… read more »

Okka Parije If in a family there is only one unmarried girl and no heir, the girl is married according to „okka parije’ by which the children of the marriage become members of their mother‟s… read more »

Uluvangada Cauvery Udaya   Uluvangada Cauvery Udaya is a multilingual poet, chathurbasha literature and also an artist and housewife. She, a kodava author  writes under the name of Uluvangada Cauvery Udaya    Family  Father  Changulanda.C…. read more »

United Kodava Organisation (UKO), an organisation aimed at protecting the interests of the Kodava people and people of Kodagu in the social, political and cultural fields. The unique Kodava community which had carved out a… read more »

The “ Virtual Modha Goodē ”  is an attempt made to create a virtual museum and would like to accommodate lots of parameters that will facilitate visitors across the globe. Virtual Museum Visitors will now… read more »

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