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Coorgs are free from the caste system. Coorgs are nature worshippers and they revere river Cauvery.

It is their holy river, as river Ganga is to other Hindus. Coorgs get themselves blessed by touching the feet of their elders thrice. The ceremonial dress of Coorgs is unique in south India.

Men wear long knee-length black coat with sleeves cut short at the elbow; a scarlet and gold sash; silver-sheathed ornate dagger; gilted turban.

The women wear their sari in a different way by tucking the pleats at the back, unlike the typical Indian way of pleats being tucked in the front.

Coorg weddings are something out of this world. After a sumptuous meal, the Coorg men and women burn their calorie by performing vibrant traditional dance.

But who are these Coorgs? This is a standing riddle which the ethnologists are yet to crack. Symbolically a piece of rock is sanctified and considered as such a spirit deity.

A number of weapons, made of wood or metal, are kept in the Kaimadas. Each village had a Bhagwathi, each lane had a snake deity and each nad region had an Aiyappa.

The Kodavas worshipped Mahadeva as well. The word Kodakar was the Malayalam word for a Kodava, and it comes from the word "Kodag-kara".

The ancient Kodavas of Kodagu had land trade with Northern Malabar, especially with Thalassery Tellicherry port on the coast, and would also go on regular pilgrimage to the temples of the region.

Devotees from Kodagu were, and still are, frequent visitors to the temples of Kannur and Waynad districts of North Kerala.

Also the Nambima Namboothiri priests of North Malabar traditionally served as the temple priests in the temples of Kodagu. The folk songs of the Kodavas speak of the temple deities having originated in North Malabar.

These folk songs while talking of Kodagu and its people also mention the temple regions as well as the Thiyya , Nambiya Nambiar , the Nambima Namboothiri and the Nayamma the Kodava word for Nair - in Malayalam Nayanmmar means Nairs people of Northern Malabar.

Baithurappa Bythoorappa is a chief deity of the Kodavas. The Puggera family of Kodavas were hereditary temple managers at the Bythoor Vayathur, in Kerala and near Karnataka's Kodagu border temple which was in the dominion of the Kalliat Nambiar, who like the Kolathiri Chera Raja was an ally of the Kodavas.

Every year Kodavas from Southern Kodagu pilgrimage to this place. Likewise the Bovverianda and the Mundiolanda families of Kodavas were the hereditary temple managers at the Payyavur temple which was under the Kolathiri Chera kings.

This is because a few of the Kodavas lived in North Malabar in the Taliparamba ancient capital of the Cheras region in the ancient past and fought on their side as mercenary soldiers.

The Kodavas revered weapons, such as guns and the traditional sword and dagger, which are essential for their ceremonial purposes and in accordance to their religious and cultural customs.

The support of the Kodagu native police, army and offices, held by Jamma ryots native militia farmers, also called jamma tenure-holders , who were mostly Kodavas while including people from a few other communities as well, exempted the Kodavas from the Indian Arms Act.

The Kodava language , called Kodava takk, is an independent and has quite a few words from languages of neighboring states as well as from Kannada.

Kodava takk similarity in accent and pronunciation with that of Beary bashe , a dialect spoken by Bearys of Coastal Karnataka.

Family histories, rituals and other records were scripted on palm leaves by astrologers. Appaneravanda Hardas Appachcha Kavi and Nadikerianda Chinnappa are the two important poets and writers of Kodava language.

The Pattole Palame , a collection of Kodava folksongs and traditions compiled in the early s by Nadikerianda Chinnappa, was first published in The most important Kodava literature, it is said to be one of the earliest, if not the earliest, collection of the folklore of a community in an Indian language.

Nearly two-thirds of the book consists of folksongs that were handed down orally through generations. Many of these songs are sung even today during marriage and death ceremonies, during our festivals relating to the seasons and during festivals in honour of local deities and heroes.

Traditionally known as Balo Pat, these songs are sung by four men who beat dudis drums as they sing. The songs have haunting melodies and evoke memories of times long past.

Kodava folk dances are performed to the beat of many of these songs. Kodava people are the native speakers of Kodava language are origins of district of Kodagu.

Cox developed a new writing system for the language known as the Coorgi-Cox alphabet , used by a number of individuals within Kodagu. Rajan The Kodavas revered nature and their ancestors they formerly hunted for sport, the Kodavas would even conduct ceremonies symbolically uniting in marriage the spirits of killed tigers with the spirit of the hunter, highlighting the intimate relationship between Kodava culture and the wildlife living in their forest realm.

These groves are also an important storehouse of biodiversity in the district. A system of land tenure, known as Jamma privileged tenureship , was formerly instituted in Kodagu during the pre-colonial Paleri Dynasty of the Lingayat Rajas.

Jamma agricultural lands were held almost exclusively by Kodavas as a hereditary right, and were both indivisible and inalienable.

Importantly, rights over the adjacent uncultivated woods bane were also attached to Jamma tenure, such that relatively expansive agricultural-forestry estates have remained intact across Kodagu.

The exclusion of plantation crops, such as coffee, from India's Land Ceiling Act has further insulated these holdings from post independence land reform efforts across India.

Importantly, rights over the adjacent forests bane were also attached to Jamma tenure, such that relatively expansive agricultural-forestry estates have remained intact across Kodagu.

A unique feature of Jamma tenure is that tree rights remained with the Rajas, and were subsequently transferred to the colonial and post-independence governments and remains an import determinant of land use practices in the district.

Coffee cultivatuion is widely believed to have been introduced in the western ghats from the Yemeni port of Mocha by the Muslim saint, Baba Budan, in the 16th century and some time after its introduction, coffee cultivation was embraced by the Kodavas in western Karnataka.

Following the British annexation of Kodagu in , large numbers of European planters began settling in the forested mountains to cultivate coffee, dramatically changing the economic and environmental management structures of Kodava society.

Throughout the medieval period and until well into the 19th century, the Kodavas had a pre-eminent role in Kodagu.

By the middle of the 19th century, however, this dominance started waning. British individuals bought large stretches of land in Coorg and founded plantations.

Institutions like the joint family system began to disappear. A number of socio-religious reform movements in India took shape from the s. The Kodavas also felt the need for reform in response to such changes.

The sense of decline gave an impetus to the spirit of reform that expressed itself in the work of religious men like Sadguru Appayya Swami.

Trouble arose for the community during the post-colonial years, after the Land Reform Act enacted in Many large land owners lost their lands to the tenants land to the tiller and the socio-economic structure of the prominent community of Kodavas changed irreversibly.

These Land reforms led to massive loss of land-ownership by the Kodava gentry who were relegated to poverty overnight. The decline of Kodava dominance was however tempered by their conversion through the 20th century to the academic and professional classes and their dominance in Kodagu politics.

Efforts by community leaders have brought together all Kodava groups the world over under an umbrella " Federation of Kodava Samajas".

The Kodava Samaja R , Bangalore is an organisation created for the traditional and cultural conservation, social well-being and welfare of the Kodava community.

Expatriate Kodavas both in other states of India as well as in countries other than India have formed Kodava Samajas Kodava Associations in their states and countries of domicile.

These associations of non-Kodagu origin retain the cultural uniqueness of the Kodavas at the same time adapting many practices to the times and country of their adoption.

The Kodava community numbers about one-fifth out of a total population of over ,, in Kodagu. Besides the Kodavas there were other indigenous people who followed the same culture and spoke the same Kodava language.

One of them, the Amma Kodavas, were believed to be the original priests' at all important temples in Coorg including temples of Talakaveri, Igguthappa and Irupu.

The religious customs and practices of the hill people of Coorg gradually and subtly began to be influenced by the Brahmin practises and rituals.

The role of the Coorg priest, via: Amma Kodavas declined and that of the Brahmin priest increased. In due course, the Amma Kodavas had no role to play in the religious aspects of the people of Coorg.

The loss of this important role earned some powerful Brahmin sympathisers, one of whom was a Havyaka Brahmin Thimmapaya, who had a large following of Amma Kodavas.

During the later part of the 19th century, it appears that an attempt was made for assimilating the Amma Kodavas into the Brahmin fold.

One batch of Amma Kodavas performed the rites to wear the sacred thread. Another batch is reported to have done so early in the 20th Century.

Both these batches were assigned the Gothra names of their Brahmin patrons. The process of assimilation did not move any further. Today, many of the Amma Kodavas wear the sacred thread, a large number of them performing the rites a day before marriage not after puberty, as done by the mainstream Brahmins.

There are as many, who do not wear the sacred thread. Some of the Amma Kodavas do not have gotras assigned to them. They are vegetarians and endogamous.

However, all other social activities such as marriage, dress and festivals are similar to the Kodavas. Kodagu Brahmins are people residing in coorg since haleri dynasty.

They have said to be migrated during that period from South Canaran districts. Their prime occupation was to perform rituals and were priests in the temples of Kodagu.

Kodagu Brahmins celebrate kodava festivals such as puthari, kaveri sankramana, kakkada padinett, but not kailpodh. They are pure vegetarians and wear the sacred thread.

They however speak Kannada and kodava takk and follow kodava customs to an extent. They have clan system as well like the others some of them are, 'Cukkemane', 'Doddmane', 'Makkimane', 'Paremane', 'Kirumakki mane', 'Hulithala mane', 'Narasajjanamane', ' Kadangamakki mane', 'Nooroklunaadumane', 'Mottemane' , Mooterimane and many more.

They worship spirits or'theray' and ancestors as well. They perform a ritual at every year end called "Bhandaara pooje" when all the clan members unite for the event.

They have 'gothras' assigned just like the amma kodavas. Currently they have settled in bigger cities and even abroad for better occupations.

They are also coffee planters and have made a mark in the military and defense services. Being a part of kodava society for many ages they are equipped with weapons i.

They have local cuisines as well like thambuli, majjigehuli, maange pajjii, kembu curry, kenjiruve kudi gojju etc.

Jewelry includes 'jomaale', 'pavalamaale'or 'havaladasara', kadaga coorg kada , 'pommaale' or 'muttina sara'and 'thaali'. Nowadays, 'kokkethaati' has become popular amongst few women.

Women in this community have no custom of 'pathak' just like the amma kodavas. The Kodagu Heggades are another of these indigenous castes of Coorg although originally they were believed to have come from North Malabar.

They have around family names. They follow the Kodava habits and customs, dress like other Kodavas and speak Kodava Takk.

The Kodagu Heggades and the Amma Kodavas are similar to the Kodavas and hence might have been related to them in the ancient past.

They contract marriage alliances with the Muslims of Coorg, Mangalore and Kerala. They maintained their original Kodava clan names and dress habits and spoke Coorg language although now they do follow some Kerala Muslim and Beary customs also.

Many of these communities had migrated into Kodagu from the Canara, Mysore and the Malabar regions during the period of Haleri Dynasty and to a certain extent culturally ingrained themselves in the Kodava Society.

They speak Kodava takk and follow the Kodava customs and habits to some extent. Kodagu and Are Gowda Kodagu, Dakshina Kannada Gowda communities, as their name indicates, hail mostly from those districts.

They are said to have 10 Kutumba and 18 Balis as their primordial root families, from which arose around a Nooru Mane or hundred families.

Around , some of the Kodava language speakers were included in the Other Backward Classes list of Karnataka.

The Kodavas have contributed immensely towards the growth of the Indian nation, despite them being in small numbers. Their most significant contributions are in the armed forces and in sports.

Originally being land-owning militiamen farmers from Kodagu , hence their traditional twin occupations were as agriculturists and as soldiers.

The distinguished among them had been local chieftains, palace officials, officers of the Raja's army and brave battle veterans, therefore invariably having attained fame in either government service or in the local army.

The Kodava ancestors grew paddy and plantation crops like bananas and pepper, their descendants are now into coffee cultivation.

Many Kodavas joined the Indian armed forces both as officers and as servicemen. They distinguished themselves in times of war and peace, army-men are still shown the most respect in Kodagu Coorg.

Quite a number of Kodavas have been martyred on enemy frontiers. There was a separate Coorg regiment now forming a unit of the Indian Regiment of Artillery , this unit being called the 37 Coorg Anti-Tank Regiment RIA which largely included people from non-Kodava backgrounds while the Kodavas themselves served in different other regiments; this is in keeping with the army's non-bias policy according to which people were recruited in regiments other than those belonging to their region and community of birth.

Many other Kodavas have been made Lt. General A. Iyappa or Apparanda Aiyappa is best remembered for his contributions towards the Corps of Signals and towards Bharat Electronics Limited.

Kodavas have a long history of association with the game of field hockey. The district of Kodagu is considered as the cradle of Indian hockey.

Ganesh , M. M Somaiah , B. Subramani, A. Subbaiah, K. Poonacha, C. Poonacha, Jagadish Ponnappa, M. Bopanna, Len Ayyappa, Amar Aiyamma to name a few, out of whom 7 have also participated in the Olympics.

This festival is recognised as one of the largest field hockey tournaments in the world and has been referred to the Guinness Book of Records.

Of late Kodavas have begun to distinguish themselves in cricket. Robin Uthappa, K. Appanna, N. Aiyappa and Shyam Ponnappa have represented Karnataka state in national tournaments, like the Ranji trophy , and Bangalore city in the Indian Premier League.

The Kodavas language was a spoken language and had no written literature until I M Muthanna , have contributed immensely towards developing a literature for this language.

The Kodavas are almost all Hindus a few of them had taken up monkhood and contributed towards the development of the religion, especially in Kodagu and Mysore regions, the most famous among them being Swami Shambhavananda , Sadguru Appayya Swami and Swami Narayanananda.

In the government service as well there were many prominent Kodavas. Diwan Bahadur Ketoli Chengappa , was the last Chief Commissioner the governor of a British province which had no elected assembly of Coorg.

The main river in Kodagu is the Kaveri Cauvery , which originates at Talakaveri , located on the eastern side of the Western Ghats, and with its tributaries, drains the greater part of Kodagu.

The district is divided into the three administrative taluks :. Two members of the legislative assembly are elected from Kodagu to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly, one each from the Madikeri and Virajpet.

Bopaiah represents the Virajpet constituency; they are from the Bharatiya Janata Party. Kodagu, formerly part of the Kodagu-Dakshina Kannada Mangalore constituency, is now part of the Mysore Lok Sabha parliamentary constituency.

The Kodavas were the earliest inhabitants and agriculturists in Kodagu, having lived there for centuries. Being a warrior community as well, they carried arms during times of war and had their own chieftains.

The Haleri dynasty , an offshoot of the Keladi Nayakas , ruled Kodagu between and The people accepted British rule peacefully.

British rule led to the establishment of educational institutions, introduction of scientific coffee cultivation, better administration and improvement of the economy.

According to the census of India , Kodagu has a population of ,, [ citation needed ] roughly equal to the Solomon Islands [10] or the US state of Wyoming.

Kodava Takk is the spoken language native to Kodagu. Both use Kannada script for literature. Among other Kodava speaking communities are: the Heggades , cultivators from Malabar; the Kodava Nair , cultivators from Malabar; the Ayiri , who constitute the artisan caste; the Medas , who are basket and mat-weavers and act as drummers at feasts; the Binepatta , originally wandering musicians from Malabar, now farmers; and the Kavadi , cultivators settled in Yedenalknad Virajpet.

All these groups speak the Kodava language and conform generally to Kodava customs and dress. They speak a language known as Arebhashe a dialect of Kannada.

Guddemane Appaiah Gowda along with many other freedom fighters from different communities revolted against the British in an armed struggle which covered entire Kodagu and Dakshina Kannada.

This was one of the earliest freedom movements against the British [15] called " Amara Sulliada Swantantrya Sangraama " [16] Amara Sulya Dhange [15] formally called the 'Coorg Rebellion' by the British started in A huge minority of Muslims dot the Coorg district, especially the towns of Kushalnagar , Virajpet and Mercara.

The numerous mosque dotting the landscape is the testimony of Muslim presence in the district. A small number of Mangalorean Catholics are also found in Coorg.

These immigrants were welcomed by Raja Veerarajendra himself a former captive of Tippu Sultan, having escaped six years of captivity in who realising their usefulness and expertise as agriculturists, gave them lands and tax breaks and built a church for them.

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