Coorgi homes have a tradition of hospitality, and they are more than willing to recount numerous tales of valour related to their sons and fathers. The Coorg Regiment is one of the most decorated in the Indian Army, and the first Chief of the Indian Army, General Cariappa, was a Coorgi. Even now, Kodavus are the only people in India permitted to carry firearms without a licence.
The author discusses the Coorgi people's friendly hospitality and emphasises how pleased they would be to share the valiant accomplishments of their sons and fathers. Kodavus are courageous people, as shown by the various accolades the Coorg regiment of the Indian army has won throughout the years.
Furthermore, the first Chief of the Indian Army was General Cariappa, a Coorgi. Additionally, only Kodavus or Coorgis are allowed to carry firearms openly in India without a licence, demonstrating the trustworthiness of the Coorgi.
Meaning of difficult words:
|Refers to the act of receiving friends, guests etc., in a friendly manner
|Large number of soldiers
National Council of Educational Research and Training (2007). Glimpses of India - Coorg - Lokesh Abrol (pp 90-94). Published at the Publication Division by the Secretary, National Council of Educational Research and Training, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi.