Kodagu, Former Courg District, Southwestern Karnataka, Southwestern India. Located at the southern tip of the Western Ghats, it is a steep hilly area with high annual rainfall and altitude mitigation. Dense forest hills often exceed 1,500 meters and rise from the Karnataka Plateau. Notable mountains over 1,600 meters high are Tadramol, Pushpagiri and Kottebetta. The name Courgu is probably the fall of the canary Kodagu ("steep"). Kodagu is drained by the upper Kaveli River and its tributaries, and legendarily has some of the life-giving properties of the Ganges (Ganges).
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With coffee income, Kodagu has become one of the wealthiest districts in India. Coorg is considered to be rich in wildlife.
The total area of the district is 4102km2.
The Kodagu has a total of three subdistricts.
There are a total of 291 villages in this area.
There are 5 cities in this area.
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