Lord Igguthappa: The Kodava God

8 Responses

  1. Prabhu Iynanda says:

    It is not Nelija, it’s Nelaji.
    Igguthappa is not Subrahmanya. It is Eeshvara. It may be Vignesvaranda Appa metamorphasised as Igguthappa in the local tongue, Kodava Takk.

  2. Anonymous says:

    there is a lot of misconception going on…kodavas are not hindu’s ..kodava itself is a religion..we kodavas believe in our elders(karanu)..only the kings who ruled us long ago influenced hinduism….HAIL KODAVA’S

  3. Vijay says:

    @Prashanth: Nice pictures as usual…

  4. backpakker says:

    the picture of the bell was amazing…snake god is subramanya ?

  5. Kadalabal says:

    YENRI PM SRIK YENO HELTARE.
    JOKES APART THE REPORT IS SIMPLY SUPERB AND ENJOYED READING EVERY BIT OF IT. KEEP GOING YOU CAN MAKE A COMPENDIUM OF YOUR TRAVELS AND TREKKINGS AND PUBLISH IT WILL BE REALLY A GOOD ONE. MAKE A TRY
    PHOTOS ARE MAREVELOUS AS USUAL AND WE NEED NOT WRITE ABOUT IT AT ALL
    SO MY COORG TRIP 3 YEARS BACK WENT THROUGH MY MEMORIES AND THANKS FOR SUCH A WONDERFUL COVERAGE CERTAINLY YOUR COVERAGE WILL BE MORE AS YOU ARE ON BIKES. DONE EXCLUDE SRIK HENCEFORTH OTHERWISE YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MOVE ANYTHING
    PRANESH

  6. Srik says:

    Prashanth, u couldnt move it since I was not there! :P

  7. Prashanth M says:

    Arun, it was pretty huge. Diameter was more than 2 ft. Two of us tried to ring it, but were not able to move the tongue more than half way through.

  8. Arun says:

    have never seen a stone bell. How does it sound? How big is it?

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