Kannada village sex talk
Kodagu is home to the native speakers of the Kodava language.
The highest peak, Tadiandamol, rises to 1,750 metres (5,740 ft), with Pushpagiri, the second highest, at 1,715 metres (5,627 ft).
A separate state (called Coorg State) until then, in 1956 Kodagu was merged with the Mysore State (now Karnataka).
In 1834, the East India Company annexed Kodagu into British India, after deposing Chikka Virarajendra of the Kodagu kingdom, as 'Coorg'. British rule led to the establishment of educational institutions, introduction of scientific coffee cultivation, better administration and improvement of the economy. Kodava oral traditions are rich, some of the traditional folk songs have been compiled into the Pattole Palome .
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.
In July and August, rainfall is intense, and there are often showers into November.