What do we know about the Kodavas? Apart from the fact that pork and rice is their staple diet and weapons play a major role in their sect. Also, the beauty of their land they come from leaves you enchanted. Not much, do we? So, who are these Kodavas? Read morePosted in Culture, Destinations, People | No Comments
Coorg. The world knows it as the 'Coffee Cup of India'; but for the discerning traveler, a perfect home away from home. This land has a unique charm of its own and the intrusion of humans has not spoilt its inherent purity. Fresh air, the captivating sounds of nature and acres after acres of coffee and spice will refresh one's senses.
In this Blog on Coorg, we take you on a trail of tropical evergreen forests that share their age-old secrets with the sky, untouched by chaotic cityscapes. And your experiences can find a place here as well. Come home to a Blog on Coorg!
Elephants are a big attraction, and quite literally at that. Getting close to these majestic beasts tamed by human beings who are probably 20 times less than their body mass (or lower) is thrilling and awe inspiring. Coorg has its own special spot to delight in watching these biggies. Read morePosted in Fauna | No Comments
If you ask what is so special about Coorg, the answer would be its beauty. The exquisiteness of Coorg is so enchanting that it leaves imprints on your mind and continues to haunt you, making you come back to this place again. One of the most visited tourist spots in South India happens to be Coorg. Read morePosted in Uncategorized | No Comments
Deep in the hills of Coorg, at the foot of the Tadiandamol, the highest peak of Coorg, lies the Nalknad palace, an outstanding beauty. It is one of the smallest “palaces” I have come by so far, but it has an aura about it. Read morePosted in Culture, Destinations | No Comments
Also known as the ‘Scotland of India’, Coorg is the Anglicized name for this beautiful district of Karnataka. It is traditionally known as Kodagu to the locals, and is nestled amidst the ageless hills that line the southernmost edge of Karnataka which is also the Western Ghats. Read morePosted in Destinations, Nature, People | No Comments
Most rituals and festivities in Coorg are associated with ancestral traditions, and are observed with conviction and the sheer joy of celebration! Annual rituals are observed according to a set time based on the Kodava calendar. Read morePosted in Culture | No Comments
The first thing that usually pops up in our mind when we speak of Coorg cuisine is pork, the ever famous Pandi Curry. But apart from Pandi Curry, there are other very popular dishes which delight the taste buds of not just the Kodavas but other ethnic communities too. Read morePosted in Cuisine, Culture, Destinations | No Comments