Kodagu Gowda

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Kodagu and Dakshina Kannada Gowda
Total population
((approx) 0.4 million (in South Canara and Kodagu))
Regions with significant populations
Coorg, Dakshina Kannada, Bangalore, Mysore
Are Bhashe(dialect of Kannada) and Tulu
Related ethnic groups
Gowda Vokkaliga (10Kutumba-18Bali/Ghotra), Kodavas, Tuluvas.

Arebhashe gowdas[1] or Kodagu and Dakshina Kannada Gowdas are a major ethnic group in parts of Dakshina Kannada, like Sullia, Puttur, parts of Bantwal and Belthangadi Taluks, and in parts of Kodagu. They were mostly living in some of these places called as Amara Sulya (Sulya), which was part of Kodagu (Coorg) during Haleri Dynasty of Kodagu, hence the Tulu and Dakshina Kannada Gowdas are also called Kodagu Gowdas (Coorg Gowdas).Guddemane Appayya Gowda, whose family was given lands in Kodagu in 1800, along with others from Kodagu and Kedambadi Rame Gowda from Sullia Dakshina Kannada rebelled against the British and hoisted Jangama (Lingayite monk) Kalyanaswamy's flag in Bavuta Gudde in Mangalore and ruled for 13 days.[2][3][4][5]

Notable people[edit]

Dr santhosh Guddera ( Guddemane ) is a great grand son of guddera ( Guddemane ) Appaiah gowda a freedom fighter who fought against British and achieved martyrdom. Dr santhosh is a very well known and finest acupuncturist in India. He is a master of naturopathy and Chinese Traditional medicine (TCM). His method of acupuncture is unique and miracles and different from any other acupuncture practitioners in India and abroad. He has treated lacks of people for various elements (not only aches and pain but various internal organ disorders ). He has been treating Indian army in various military establishments throughout India. Lots of celebrities are in his clientele .

Thejas Poonacha CEO, founder at Ecoorg.in Kodagu's first online store

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  7. ^ S. Rajendran (2011-08-03). "States / Karnataka : Sadananda Gowda chosen leader". The Hindu. Retrieved 2012-05-22. 
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