Kodagu is an administrative district in Karnataka, India. Before 1956, it changed into an administratively separate Coorg State, at which point it become merged into an enlarged Mysore State. It occupies a place of 4,102 square kilometres within the Western Ghats of southwestern Karnataka. In 2001 its population become 548,561, 13.74 in keeping with cent of which resided in the district's urban centres, making it the least populous of the 30 districts in Karnataka. The district is bordered by using Dakshina Kannada district to the northwest, Kasargod district of Kerala to the west, Hassan district to the north, Mysore district to the east, Kannur district of Kerala to the southwest, and the Wayanad district of Kerala to the south.
Agriculture is the maximum important component that upholds the economy of Kodagu and the principle crops cultivated in this region are rice and coffee. Coorg is rich in natural assets which blanketed wood and spices. Madikeri is the headquarters of Kodagu. Kodagu is understood for its coffee and its people. The human beings encompass indigenous and different ethnic groups. The chief languages currently spoken in Kodagu are Kodava, Are Bhashe, Tulu and Malayalam. Kodagu is domestic to the native audio system of the Kodava language.