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Kodava Thakk

The Kodava Thakk is an endangered language and the original Primitive  language of the Kodagu district in Southern Karnataka. considered as a parent language to many south indian languages, kodava thakk has its own history and charm without Scripts

Several types of wild mushrooms(Kumm) are relished in Kodagu which sprout in weird places during monsoon. Mushrooms usually sprout at the same spot every year, in wooded stretches, on barks of trees and sometimes on… read more »

Ubbandi Ubbandi refers to two flat wooden or stone structures with uniform openings through which wooden/bamboo poles are slid. About These are planted on both sides of a path to restrict access.

About Ummi refers to Paddy Husk. They are the hard coverings of grains which protects them during growing season. They have no nutritional value and are not meant for consuming. Another by-product obtained after removing… read more »

About A part of the “Aipani”  the  five types of work carried out in paddy fields during the rainy season,  Ploughing is the process in farming, to loosen the soil for sowing seeds. Type of work This… read more »

About Vanali is referred to Sieve made with reed or bamboo strips. Uses This tool is used to separate unwanted particles like Stones, sand, weed seeds, etc., from rice; used to separate particles of different… read more »

Vastra or Mande thuni (Headdress) Mande-tuni is a gilted turban or a red and white checkered scarf worn by Kodava men on occassions. About Vastra is a red-checkered cloth which is hand tied around the… 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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