- a former province in SW India; now part of Karnataka state. 1593 sq. mi. (4126 sq. km).
Formerly Coorg, Kurg [koo rg] /kʊərg/.
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To escape the madness, Indians head to Coorg, a land of lush beauty, traditional food, and—sigh—tranquility.The Best of the Beast, March 23-29
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Others contend that Greek mercenaries who came to India with Alexander the Great left their genetic mark in Coorg.Lush Places: The Scotland of India
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Coorg was settled by the Portuguese, who also have an influence in the cooking.
Coorg is a hill station outside the major city of Bangalore in central-southern India.
Rice, Mysore and Coorg from the Inscriptions, pp. 27 and 204.Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3)
His manual of Coorg, I may add, is most interesting and exhaustive.Gold, Sport, And Coffee Planting In Mysore
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He has captured all those of Coorg, Travancore, and the other states on the Malabar coast.The Tiger of Mysore
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Coorg was constituted a province not on account of its size, but on account of its isolation.
Coorg has an average temperature of about 60 F., the extremes being 52 and 82.
- a former province of SW India: since 1956 part of Karnataka state
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