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Victoria Gowramma: The Lost Princess of...

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Veerarajendra, the exiled raja of Coorg and his eleven-year-old daughter Gowramma, were the first Indian royals to land in Britain in the summer of 1852. In this book, C.P. Belliappa has reconstructed the extraordinary saga of the earliest Indian royalty to live in Victorian England. By unearthin...

Ainmanes of Kodagu

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The book describes the ainmanes (ancestral homes) of the native communities in Kodagu (Coorg) and their socio-cultural significance. Ainmanes are architectural symbols and expressions of the heritage and culture of the people living in this distinctive district of Karnataka in South India. They b...

Kodagu principality v/s British Empire

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“Kodagu principality (Coorg) v/s British Empire” is a work of non-fiction. It begins with the reign of the Kodagu Rajas and speaks of their Hukum Nama, laws and records. It was the last Kodagu Raja Chikka Vira Rajendra who came into conflict with the British. The year is 1834. The ev...

The Origins of Coorgs

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The origin of the small community of Coorgs (Kodavas) in the South West corner of Karnataka has been the subject of much speculation in the absence of recorded history prior to about 1600 AD. By tracing the anthropological and sociological links, and by considering them together with related hist...

India's History

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India has had a varied and colorful history over a period of several millennia. The people inhabiting India over all this time were highly sophisticated and gave rise to great civilizations, some lasting for hundreds of years. But the known history of India, established by physical proof in the f...

1785 Coorg: Tipu’s diary in Kodagu

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“1785 Coorg. Tipu's diary in Kodagu” traces the history of the Kodagu province around the time of the Sultans in Mysore between 1761 and 1799. It records the conflict between the Kodava people of Kodagu and the invading Sultans in the small principality. The present work contains tran...