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Intermarriage It is believed that, ages ago when there were no male members in the Mapangada Okka, two men from Alamengada Okka stood for that Okka. Hence, there are no intermarriages between Alemengada and Mapangada Okka.

About the Okka Bollyappajja, Karanava of Allapanda Okka settled in a land bought from a Brahmin Family in Kedamullur. The other villagers were troubling him so that he leaves the land. They even tried to… read more »

About the okka Ammatanda (Keeda) okka in Kiggal believe that their Karanachi might have been an Amma Kodavathi, hence the okka was named ammatanda One of their ancestors helped the Raja in a war. In appreciation, the… read more »

About the Okka Appanderanda okka. They are basically from Kandawas, one of the large Okka among Kodava community who have been living from a very long timengala and there are more than 200 members and… read more »

About the Okka Appaneravanda is one of the well-known okka among Kodava community who are basically from Kirndad. When the Tipu’s army captured the people in this area only three persons from the village survived… read more »

About the Okka Apparanda okka‘s ainmane was built by Apparanḍa  Bopu Diwan and his elder brother Appayya. Apparanḍa Diwan Bopanna (Bopu), great-grandson of karanava Kuttanna, was the last Diwan under the Kodagu Rajas, during the time of… read more »

Fishes are those that spend some or all of their lives in fresh water, such as rivers and lakes, with a salinity of less than 0.05%. These environments differ from marine conditions in many ways, the most obvious being the difference… read more »

As a Community, Kodavas are known for their love of sports. While we have a large number of them representing the state and country in various sports and games, a few have been awarded the… read more »

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