Kaveri Ponnapa

An ain manæ kitchen was equipped with a range of terracotta vessels made by local potters who went from house to house taking orders, returning...

An ain manæ kitchen was equipped with a range of terracotta vessels made by local potters who went from house to house taking orders, returning...

An ain manæ kitchen was equipped with a range of terracotta vessels made by local potters who went from house to house taking orders, returning...

Ain manæs, the ancestral homes of Kodagu, house the spirit of the founding ancestor of each individual descent group and were the focus for a...

The river Kaveri, ancient and beautiful, wells up from a source high in the western hills of Kodagu, its presence is woven into the lives...

Aramanæ, or Nālnāḍ Place, the strategically located retreat of the rajahs of Kodagu lies in the heart of the countryside at the base of the...

In 1885, the Swiss-German missionary, the Rev. Hermann F. Moegling described the landscape of Kodagu as follows: “The aspect of Coorg presents an entire forest....