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Kopi Luwak

Vikram Nanjappa

One evening while walking through the coffee plantation at Evolve Back, Coorg I came across something unusual – civet droppings with undigested coffee beans! Kopi Luwak in Evolve Back, Coorg! While coffee aficionados the world over are familiar with the world’s most exotic and expensive coffee – Kopi Luwak also known as Civet Coffee –…

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Posted in: Destination

When you think of Coorg, you’ll invariably think of lush green meadows, waterfalls, temples, monuments, and culture. There’s something for everyone. This means as a photographer you have a variety of choices in front of you. So, here’s a Coorg guide from a photographer’s perspective that might help you immensely in planning your trip around…

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Waterfall Coorg

Waterfalls – Evolve Back, Coorg Coorg’s best-kept secret for a long time is the charming place called Mandalpatti. Mandalpatti also called as Mugilpete which translates to the Market of Clouds. It’s roughly about 20 km from Madikeri, and you can plan to cover it after Abbey falls as they are on the same route. Only…

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Posted in: Destination Nature

Mesmerizing-Monsoons-1

Thick fog that turns it into a mystery land, cool breeze that gives a chill and also the thrill of experiencing the hot beverages, and the rains that clears the thick fog cover to unravel the vast lush green landscapes that seems never ending are just a few reasons why you should head to Coorg—The…

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Posted in: Destination Nature

Coorg has a long list of interesting places for tourists across all ages, making it a popular holiday destination. One of its many attractions is its lovely waterfalls. The picturesque sight of a white veil of water gushing down gleaming rocks nestled in an emerald setting, is a sight to behold. From ‘Abbey Falls’ to ‘Irupu…

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Posted in: Destination Nature

Kaveri Sankramana

Sanjna Achayya

The months of September, October and November are joyous months for the Kodavas – simply because it’s their festive season; making it time for mouth-watering food and family gatherings. The Kodavas celebrate Kail Polud in the month of September, Kaveri Sankramana in October and Puttari in the month of November-December.

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The beautiful land of Coorg is home not only to Kodavas, but to other communities as well. These are known by different names. These names come from the area of Coorg they are residing in, or from their occupation.

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Kailpodhu

Deepti Sunil

The month of September is a joyous one for the Kodavas. Why you may ask. It is for the simple reason that one of the main festivals which this clan celebrates falls during this month. A festival is always a jolly time. Sweets, new clothes, delicious food and some quality time with family, there is…

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Talakaveri is considered to be the source of the river Kaveri. It is situated at the Brahmagiri hill (not to be confused with the Brahmagiri range further south) close to Bhagamandala in the Kodagu district in Karnataka, 1,276 m. above sea level. Talakaveri is situated approximately at a distance of 48 km from Madikeri.

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Posted in: Culture Destination

The Valnoor Fishing Camp

Deepti Michelle John

Have you hit a snag at your workplace? Do you want to be raptured to a place of freedom? Do you love angling? If you answered “Yes!” to all these questions, then the Valnoor fishing camp is the ideal retreat for your perfect weekend.

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Posted in: Culture Destination

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