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1. What are Homestays? (In general)
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... allow their guests in to the kitchen to watch or even help prepare the meal. Homestay is a form of tourism and/or study abroad program that allows the visitor to rent a room from a local family to better ...
... Assuming that you have entered Beeruga Village through T. Shettigere. (Read Left to Right from first column and move to next row) After T. Shettigere, You will get Beeruga Village. At ...
3. Special Gifts to Buy from Pachibale
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... a variety of inter-crops cohabit these hilly caffeinated estates. Common ones include orange, cardamom, pepper, and sometimes, even vanilla. A surprising fact, however, is that Cafe Coffee Day, the countrys ...
Coorg is beautiful no matter what time of the year or season you visit. The best time to visit / travel Coorg is the time that suits you best. However, the heavy monsoon period from July to September keeps ...
... delicacies that have been gathered over the years from Greek culture. Coorg cuisine is dominated with dishes prepared with Pork, Chicken and Mutton. Pork curry (Pandhi Curry), Chicken Curry, Rice Roti, ...
...  Coorg is the largest producer of Coffee in India. Pepper, Cardamom and oranges are grown extensively in this part. Coorg is one of the major places that get heavy rainfall in India. The yearly rainfall ...
7. History and Origin of Coorg
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... the name originated from the Kannada kudu which means 'dense forest' on a steep hill. It is said that the history of Coorg dates back to as early as 888 AD. The kingdom was ruled by many dynasties, starting ...
Coorg's inhabitants, the Kodavas, are also quite unique and their origins are not clear I noticed that women wear their saris in a very different way: draped across the chest and then pinned to the right ...
9. Kodava as Religion and Faith
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... though more recently Hinduism has influenced them enough that they visit Hindu temples. The influence is more gradual as more and more people came in contact with Hindus of Kerala and Dakshina Kannada. ...
The Takk: Kodava Takk or Kodava Language, with no script of its own, is a mixture of Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam. Besides kodavas, the other communities that speak Kodava Takk include Amma Kodavas, ...
11. Kodava Traditions
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... by thick mud walls and bamboo thatched roof. Out houses for additional living space were also common. Ain-mane is surrounded by large property (jamma) and by huts of laborers attached to the okka, who ...
12. Kodava Festivals
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Kailpodhu Kailpodhu is celebrated on the 3rd of September. That is, on the 18th day after the sun enters the Simha (Leo) Raasi. Kail means weapon or armory, and Pold means festival. The day signifies ...
13. Trekking and Hiking around Coorg
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Visitors may select treks that suit their level of fitness, from easy one-hour or day rambles to highly challenging climbs. If youre keen to enjoy Coorgs beautiful landscapes and explore our vast ...
14. Talacauvery - Bhagamandala
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... are held. It is believed that wrong doings/sins are pardoned by taking a dip in the holy river or the Triveni Sangama [tri three, Sangama meet; three rivers meet here viz Cauvery, Sujyothi and the Kanike]. ...
15. Abbey Waterfalls - Near Mercara City
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Abbey Falls, sometimes refered to as Abby Falls, is situated just 7 kilometers from Madikeri town. Reaching the place is a jolly ride in itself as the road that you drive on is very narrow ...
16. Cauvery Nisargadama - Gudde Hosur
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... bliss! It also has a forest department run guest house and treetop bamboo cottages. A wide variety of wild animals can be found here including dears, peococks and rabbits that comes handy. There is also ...
17. Chiklihole Reservoir - Nanjarayapattana
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Pronounced as 'Chikli-holey', it is a large body of water that offers both relaxation and tranquillity; perfect for holidaymakers and nature lovers looking to escape the stresses of their lives ...
18. Harangi Dam - Hadgur Village
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Harangi Dam, built across the tributary of river Cauveri, is located at Hadgur village that is around 8 kms from kushalnagar. With a height of 47 mts. and 846 mts. length, the dam attracts ...
19. Coffee Plantation Rounds
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The coffee plantation Rounding is ideal for anyone that wants to experience the culture while eyewitness the production of the freshly brewed coffee they will have in the mountains. Also for those who ...
20. Birds Watch
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... of rain and nourishment to support a thriving population of rare species of birds and invite others during the migration season. Of the 2060 species of birds that the Indian subcontinent provides home ...
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