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Author  Darshan Devaiah Kaiblira Porpani (Poraépani) Kodavas, after Koi-pani (Rice harvest work) used to pile up fresh rice hay on their roof . This process was called ‘Por-pani’ (Poraépani). The roof of the house is… read more »

Besides the regular postal service with Offices at Mercara and Virajpet, there is a local post called Anche, originally established by the Rajahs and still principally used for official communication between the district functionaries and… read more »

Pullera G Chengappa  a prominent sportsperson from Kedakal in Suntikoppa, kodagu was the first Kodava national champion in Badminton  of India and represented India for six years. Life Born 1949 Died  19 : 1: 2014… read more »

Rao Bahadur Mukkatira  Aiyappa was one of the famous Kodava administrators during the British Era. He received the title “Rao Bahadur” as a personal distinction from the Viceroy and Governor General of India during the… read more »

Rao Bahadur Pattamada Devayya was a distinguished Indian police officer in the early 1900s. Devayya retired from the Coorg state police as Deputy Superintendent of Police. He was honoured with the title of Rao Bahadur… read more »

A few Rare News paper clippings are listed here with the contributors name: Subject Kodendera Madappa Nanjappa   

Ages ago, a prince named Chadravarma was worshiping Goddess Parvathy on Brahmagiri hills. Parvathy promised him telling that she would appear in the form of a river for the benefit of humanity. During the churning… read more »

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