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Pattole Palame: Kodava Culture - Folksongs and Traditions

@inproceedings{Venkatesha2004PattolePK,
  title={Pattole Palame: Kodava Culture - Folksongs and Traditions},
  author={M. Venkatesha},
  year={2004}
}
The PATTOLE PALAME is a record of the culture of the Kodavas, compiled in the late 19th and early part of the 20th century by Nadikerianda Chinnappa (1875-1931), a subinspector of Police and a prosecuting inspector. He had enough opportunities to travel all over Kodagu, mainly on horseback, and observe the customs and traditions of the land. . Mr. Chinnappa’s travels in Kodagu land and his interest in Kodava culture spurred him to to acquire a deeper knowledge of these people’s customs… 
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