Kodagu

(redirected from Coorgis)
n.1.A Dravidian language.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Even though we Coorgis love our home-cooked food, we do like to go out every once in a while.
Coorg Cuisine, Madikeri If you are in Coorg, you must try authentic Coorgi cuisine.
Devaiya was all fired up true to the belief that Coorgis are born with a hockey stick in one hand and a rifle in the other.
He had begun his work among the Coorgis in 1855 along with one of the first converts from Coorg.
The Coorg Mission dealt with Holeyas, the earlier slaves and bonded labourers of the Coorgis, who were less prepared to open their hearts to the good news (Evangelium).
This fiery pork curry also known as the Kodava Pandi Curry is a specialty of the Kodavas, or Coorgis, native to the Coorg district of Karnataka.
Best at: Try at the Plantation Trails Bungalows in Polibetta (www.plantationtrails.net), Orange County in Siddapur (www.orangecounty.in) or wrangle an invitation to a Coorgi home for a sampling.
The Coorgis residing in Oman has kept their passion for the game of hockey alive and can be seen playing hockey regularly on the weekends in their orange jersey at Jabir bin Zaid hockey ground.
It is said that a Coorgi is born with a gun in one hand and a hockey stick in the other.
Why: Hills, waterfalls, coffee plantations, colonial bungalows, delectable food, picture postcard-like railway stations, and, read carefully, a local population of athletic and good-looking men (you will find Coorgis in big numbers in the armed forces) and women.
Most of the hockey lovers know that Coorg is place in Karnataka state of India which has produced several hockey Olympians and the Coorgis residing in Oman carry on the legacy of promoting their favourite game of hockey here too.
Dubai resident and senior member of UAE's Kodava (Coorgi) community Prakash Chinnappa Choundira said: "Kerala gets the maximum funds from the UAE because of their large number of people here.
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