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Home stays in Coorg usually involve either sharing a home with the resident family or perhaps a stay in an independent home in one of the coffee plantations or in the quite towns. Home stays in Coorg ...
2. What are Homestays? (In general)
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... more than adequate facilities though such as bathrooms, kitchen and living areas with books and indoor games available for guests to enjoy. Visitors will experience the delights of authentic home cooking ...
... suitable for both Family and Groups. The Homestay consists of conventional Adventure Play Park, water falls, stream, swings, etc. Late evenings are more colorful with Camp Fires and During night there ...
4. Cottages at Pachibale Homestay
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... will be provided in a beautiful traditional Coorgi Guest house Each Cottage is furnished with Double Cot Bed, Study Table and wardrobe Cottage with attached Bathroom with Toilet Hot water facility, ...
... on Next day Homestay Features: Private area with Great Landscape & Lush Green Valleys of brahmagiri mountain range Perfect for Trekkers, Individuals and Families. Ideal for Relaxation. ...
... Here, continue with this narrow Road Between Private Coffee Estates. Only One Vehicle can pass in this road. You have to drive for about 5 Kms on this road to reach Guest House. End of ...
7. Special Gifts to Buy from Pachibale
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... grown in India, the state of Karnataka being its largest producer. Within the state, most of the coffee comes from Coorg. Coorg is, without an ounce of doubt, primarily coffee territory. However, ...
... on monsoon. Waterfalls in Coorg flow in its fullest during the rainy season and it is worth a visit until early January. Summer in Coorg is the peak-season for tourism as it also coincides with the annual ...
People of Pachi Bale are famous for their hospitality. You can also taste typical Veg / Non-veg Coorg meals with prior arrangements with this estate owner. PACHI BALE presents some of the most mouthwatering ...
... fabric, we pass plantations of coffee, cardamom and pepper which merge with forests, foliage and fauna. Coorg is locally known as Kodagu in India from the Kodavas who inhabit this region. Coorg was originally ...
11. History and Origin of Coorg
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... with Gangas of Talakad, Kadambas, Cholas, Kongalvas, Changalvas, Hoysalas and Nayakas. Information on its early history has come primarily from the various inscriptions on stone and copper plates of 9th ...
12. Coorg or Kodagu Taluks / Provinces
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Coorg was a state, before its merger with Karnataka in the year 1956, with an elected chief minister and The Legislative Assembly. At present it is a part of Mangalore Lok Sabha Parliament Constituency ...
13. Kodava Dressing Culture and Dance
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... shoulder (instead of across the left shoulder) with the pleats worn in the back (and not the front). Married women wear headscarves. Men traditionally wear turbans and black tunics with red sashes, and ...
14. Kodava as Religion and Faith
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... people with a proud martial tradition. Though they form only about 20% of Kodagu, they are the dominant group, synonymous with the region. The customs followed by the Kodavas are strange and different ...
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, ...
16. Kodava Traditions
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The names of Kodava people are characteristic and include a clan name. The clan is central to Kodava culture and families trace their lineage through clans. Marriage within a clan is forbidden. The family ...
17. Kodava Festivals
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... room, cleaned and decorated with flowers. They are then kept in the "Nellakki Nadubade" - central hall of the house, the place of community worship. Each member of the family has a bath and then they worship ...
18. Kodava Cuisine
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... in well-to-do families and on festive occasions. Rice in the form of 'Kanji' or 'Koolu' was served at meals along with curries and other additional dishes. Non-vegetarian food was not objectionable and ...
19. Trekking and Hiking around Coorg
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... wilderness areas, pack a selection of walking shoes and boots. About 90 per cent of Coorg trekking spots are protected land with public access, so there are plenty of tracks and trails to choose from. ...
20. Mercara Palace - Mercara City
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... Department, The Mahatma Gandhi Public library, next to the museum, offers a great choice for reader of any discipline. There are also a district prison and Mahaganapathy temple within the fort. Location: ...
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