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05 Jun 2017

ಕೋಡೆ ಎಂಕ್ ಮಾಮಿ ತಮ್ಮಾನ

ಈ ಜನ್ಮೊಡೊಂಜಿ ಕೋಡೆ ತಿಂದಿ ಮಾಮಿ ತಮ್ಮಾನ

 

ಆಡೊಂದು ಬರ್ಪಿನ ಮಾಮಿ

ನಾಡೊಂದು ಬರ್ಪಿನ ಬಾವೆ

ಮಂಚದ ಮಿತ್ತ್ ಮಂದಿರಿ ಪಾಡ್ತ್ ಜೆಪ್ಪೆರಾ ಪಂಡೆರಾ |ಪ೦ದ್|

ಕೋಡೆ ತಿಂದಿ ಮಾಮಿ ತಮ್ಮಾನ ||ಕೋಡೆ||

 

ತೆಳುಪುದ ಪೊಡಿ ಪೊಡಿ ರೊಟ್ಟಿ

ಬೊಲ್ಪುದ ಕೋರಿದ ಗಸಿಟ್

ತೆಳ್ತ್ ತೆಳ್ತ್ ಬಳಸಿಯಲತ್ತ ಹಕ್ಕದ ಮೈತಿದಿ |ಪ೦ದ್|

ಕೋಡೆ ತಿಂದಿ ಮಾಮಿ ತಮ್ಮಾನ ||ಕೋಡೆ||

 

ಪಾಯಸ ತಂದಿನ ಬೆರಿಕ್

ಆಯಾಸ ಆಂಡ್ಯೇ ಎಂಕ್

ಮಾಯಿದ ತಿ೦ಗೊಳು ಬನ್ನಗ ಎಂಕ್ ಬಯಕೆದ ತಮ್ಮಾನ |ಪ೦ದ್|

ಕೋಡೆ ತಿಂದಿ ಮಾಮಿ ತಮ್ಮಾನ ||ಕೋಡೆ||

 

ದಪ್ಪಾದ ಹಾಸಿಗೆ ಪಾಡಿಯೇ

ಕಪ್ಪಾದ ಕಂಬಳಿ ಕೊರಿಯ

ಒಪ್ಪೊದಂಚಿನ ಒಪ್ಪುನ ಪೊಣ್ಣು ಮಂದಿರಿ ಕೊರಿಯಾಲ |ಪ೦ದ್|

ಕೋಡೆ ತಿಂದಿ ಮಾಮಿ ತಮ್ಮಾನ ||ಕೋಡೆ||

 

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AGE IS JUST A #

05 Jun 2017

    Many runners don’t do sufficient strength and flexibility exercises to complement their running.There’s a rage to run in the country, but are we doing it right? You can’t possibly just lace up and run. There’s a whole deal of science and training that goes into this skill

India’s annual running calendar lists around 150 marathons and runs these days. Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru, Delhi, Pune have a growing runner community that attempt the 5K, 10K , half marathon and full marathon with great gusto. Weekday short runs are supplemented with weekend long distance group runs and rigorous exercising. But with running bringing in much bragging rights, and looking easy, are beginners jumping headlong into something that requires more thought and planning than imagined? Are they injuring themselves unnecessarily in a hurry to win the race?

Many, like Ashwin Bala of Runners For Life, who’s been running over six years now and is part of the organising team for three of Bengaluru’s marathons, believe it’s a problem of “too much, too soon”. “Either they increase their mileage beyond the 10 per cent rule [of not increasing one’s weekly mileage by more than 10 per cent over the previous week], or increase their pace without building an adequate aerobic base,” points out Mr. Bala.

Slow and steady:

Marathoner Ashok Nath, a seven time consecutive Boston Marathon qualifier and three time winner at the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon who coaches and mentors runners through his organisation Catalyst Sports, also believes runners just speed things up unnecessarily at the outset. He observes: “Initially there are some short term results but as the body can’t keep pace with the increasing levels of stress, aches pains injuries start to happen. Statistics reveal that annually 65 per cent of runners face some running related injury.” Our modern lifestyle has led to our bodies carrying stress, tension and, in all probability, excess weight, he says. “The human body is capable of great things but you must adhere to ‘gradual progression’ and not be dictated by what your neighbour, best friend, or the aunty down the street is capable of doing.” Another huge mistake beginners make is that they don’t get enough exercise. Sports physiotherapist and a marathoner and triathlete for the last five years, Dr. Gladson Johnson, who runs Attitude Prime, believes “exercise is medicine”. He says, “Many runners don’t do sufficient strength and flexibility exercises to complement their running. Hence injuries become a natural consequence of poor training.” He suggests that beginners should have a balanced proportion of running and strength and flexibility exercises first. “They must run a minimum of two days per week with three days of strength and flexibility exercises and two days of rest. Stick to one category for at least a year — do only 10km runs for a year and then take it forward.”

To coach or not?

The other huge debate is whether you need a coach to teach you how to run or you can figure things out with the help of a support group and peer sharing. Mr. Nath is very clear that while running may seem simple, it is actually a “skill sport”. “Successful distance running is all about energy management, and if you have the right running technique then you consume (or waste) less energy and are able to maintain your running form longer. The longer you are able to maintain form, the faster and further you are able to run,” he argues.

Courtesy: Bhumika.K

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Pork curry recipe

01 Jun 2017

  The modern style of living has not taken away the beauty of our traditional life.  Arebashe gowdas are well known for traditional delicious spicy foods. Pork curry is the one among them. The main three festivals, Kailmuhurtha or Kailpodh, Kaveri Sankramana and Huthri or Puthri are still celebrated with grandeur. These festivals are incomplete without pork curry.

  Pork Curry traditionally using the black vinegar Kachampuli which has a high degree of pungency with medicinal values. Kachampuli is concocted from a sour fruit called Kodampuli. It is prepared in such a careful way, the vinegar can be kept at room temperature without losing its taste and flavour for years together, if kept in a dry cool place in air tight jars or bottles. The kachampuli we get commercially is often adulterated and made with synthetic vinegar mixed with tamarind extract.

  Pork Curry is served with Akki Rotti that made by mashing left over cooked rice, mixed with rice flour, roasting the rotti on flame without oil. The rottis made thus are soft, have a nice flavour and smokey taste. Apart from Akki Rotti, it can be server with Kadambuttu / Pundi, neer dosa that also go well with the dish. 

Ingredients:

1. Pork - 1 Kg
2. Red Chilly Powder - 2 Teaspoon
3. Turmeric Powder - 1 Teaspoon
4. Salt - To taste
5. Coriander Seeds - 4 Teaspoon
6. Cumin seeds - 1 Teaspoon
7. Mustard seeds - 1 Teaspoon
8. Black Pepper corns - 2 Teaspoon
9. Madras Onions or shallots - 100Gms chopped
10. Green Chillies - 10-12 chopped
11. Ginger - 2 inch piece
12 Garlic - 10 Cloves
13. Coriander leaves - A handful chopped
14. Refined Oil - 2-3 Teaspoon
15. Kachampuli - 1 Teaspoon

Method:

Clean, wash and cut the pork into small pieces. 
Apply red chilli powder, salt and Turmeric powder. Keep aside.
Dry roast the spices 5-8 one by one, till they all turn dark roasted but not burnt. Dry grind in a mill to a fine powder.
Coarsely grind or pound ingredients 9-13 to a rough chutney.
Heat 2 Teaspoon oil in a thick bottomed vessel. I prefer earthen pot for that extra flavour.
Fry handful of curry leaves(Optional) followed by the ground chutney. Fry till brown. Add the marinated pork, little water, cover and cook till the pork is almost done.
Now add the masala powder and Kachampuli. Check for salt. Cook further on slow fire for 5-10 mins.
Serve hot with akki rotti, pundi, rice rotti or neer dosa. 

Note: If you don't get Kachampuli, you may substitute that with a spoonful of brown vinegar and a spoon of tamarind extract.

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ಬಳಿ

31 May 2017

  ಗೌಡರ ಕುಟುಂಬ ಪದ್ದತಿಯನ್ನು ಬಲಗೊಳಿಸುವ ಮತ್ತು ವಿಸ್ತರಿಸುವ ಕೆಲಸದಲ್ಲಿ ನಿರ್ಣಾಯಕ ಪಾತ್ರ ವಹಿಸುವುದು ಗೌಡರಲ್ಲಿ ಇಂದಿಗೂ ಶಕ್ತಿಶಾಲಿಯಾಗಿ ಉಳಿದು ಬಂದಿರುವ "ಬಳಿ ಪದ್ದತಿ".ಗೌಡರಲ್ಲಿ ಬಳಿಯು ತಂದೆಯಿಂದ ಮಕ್ಕಳಿಗೆ ಇಳಿದು ಬರುತ್ತದೆ. ಗೌಡರಲ್ಲಿ ಪ್ರಚಲಿತದಲ್ಲಿರುವ " ಹತ್ತು ಕುಟುಂಬ ಹದಿನೆಂಟು ಗೋತ್ರ " ಎಂಬ ಮಾತನ್ನು ಆಧರಿಸಿ ಕೆಲವು ವಿದ್ವಾಂಸರು ಗೌಡರಲ್ಲಿ 18 ಬಳಿಗಳು ಇವೆಯೆಂದು ಸಾಧಿಸಲು ಪ್ರಯತ್ನಿಸಿದ್ದಾರೆ.

ಆದರೆ ವಾಸ್ತವವಾಗಿ ಇಂದಿಗೆ ಗೌಡರಲ್ಲಿ ಕೇವಲ 12 ಬಳಿಗಳು ಮಾತ್ರ ಅಸ್ತಿತ್ವದಲ್ಲಿವೆ. ಅವುಗಳೆಂದರೆ

೧. ನಂದರ ಬಳಿ
೨. ಬಂಗಾರ ಬಳಿ
೩. ಹೆಮ್ಮನ ಬಳಿ
೪. ಮೂಲರ
೫. ನಾಯರ
೬. ಚಾಲ್ಯರ
೭. ಗುಂಡ(ನ)ರ
೮. ಕಬರ್
೯. ಚಿತ್ತರ
೧೦. ಗೌಡರ
೧೧. ಬಳಸನ್ನ
೧೨. ಗೋಳಿ
 
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ಇದಲ್ಲದೆ ಕೆಲವು ಮೂಲಗಳ ಪ್ರಕಾರ 18 ಗೋತ್ರಗಳಿದ್ದು ಅವುಗಳೆಂದರೆ (ಮೇಲಿನ ೧೨ ನ್ನು ಸೇರಿಸಿ)
 
೧೩. ಔದನ್ನ ಗೋತ್ರ
೧೪. ಸಾಲೆ ಗೋತ್ರ
೧೫. ಕರ್ಂಬೆರ್ ಗೋತ್ರ
೧೬. ಲಿಂಗಾಯತ ಗೋತ್ರ
೧೭. ಕರ್ಬನ್ನ ಗೋತ್ರ
೧೮. ಸೆಟ್ಟಿ ಗೋತ್ರ,(ಹಾಲು ಗುಂಡರ)
 
 
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Arebhashe dialect

28 May 2017

  Arebhashe is a dialect of Hale Kannada and Tulu languages. It is spoken by more than 4,00,000 people, particularly Hindus in the Gowda community in the regions of Kodagu and Sullia of Dakshina Kannada in the Indian state of Karnataka.

  Linguists have suggested that the word Arebhashe means 'half-tongue,' from the Arebhashe word "a're" meaning "half" and bhashe, meaning "speech." Arebhashe pronunciation and accent are distinct from Kannada.

  Arebhashe is written in the Kannada script. The Arebhashe dialect is believed to have originated during the transformation of Hale Kannada to Hosa Kannada, and according to some historians the dialect may be five-hundred years old.

  Arebhase Gowdas is a major ethnic group in Kodagu and parts of Dakshina Kannada district and has significant populations in Mysore, Mangalore and Bangalore. Arebhase Gowdas also called ‘Kodagu Gowdas’ and ‘Arebashe gowda’. Sullia is the origin place of Arebhashe Gowdas which was part of Kodagu during Haleri dynasty rule. The group consists of hundreds of families locally called ‘Mane’ each family has the separate name and each family has the main home called ‘Doddamane’ where family members gather in the traditional and ritual occasions.

  The population of the community is around 400,000 in South Canara and Kodagu, they are passionate about hunting, playing and revelry, and celebrate festivals like Puthari, Kaveri Sankramana, Kailpoldu and other local festivals.

  Arebhashe Gowdas are landowners and planters, and they grow coffee, pepper and ginger as their cash crop, apart from cash crop vegetables and other spices are grown for their own consumptions and even for sale. Agriculture is not only the income source of the ethnic group but they have private business and Jobs in government and private sectors and many notable peoples in various sectors.

  Dakshina Kannada rebelled against the British and Kalyanaswamy’s flag used during the Sullia rebellion it was hoisted by Guddera Appaiah in 1837, the symbol in the Flag is used as a logo of Arebhashe Gowdas.

Notable people:

  • Guddemane Appaiah: Freedom fighter from Kodagu (1834 to1837)
  • Kedambadi Rama Gowda: Freedom fighter, who fought against British Rule during 1835-1839.
  • Shri. Nidyamale Somana: Member, First Lok Sabha (1952–1957)
  • Dr. Kurunji Venkataramana Gowda: Founder and President of AOLE
  • Dr. K V Chidananda Gowda: Former Vice Chancellor, Kuvempu University and NASA Scientist
  • Dr.Purushothama Bilimale: Director of American Institute of Indian Studies (October 2009)
  • D.V. Sadananda Gowda: Former 26th Chief Minister of Karnataka and Central Railway Minister, ex-BJP President Karnataka State Unit.
  • Shobha Karandlaje: BJP Leader and Minister, Government of Karnataka.
  • K.G. Bopaiah: (Speaker of Legislative Assembly and Virajpet MLA)

 

Source: Wikipedia

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